BBC Three has commissioned Lion TV’s entertainment team (Playing It Straight, World Series Of Dating, Officially Amazing) to make a broadcast pilot of a brand-new dating show called Sexy Beasts.
Since 2004, hit series Entourage has built up a huge fan base, with millions eagerly tuning in to every episode. It came as no big surprise, then, when Warner Bros announced that the series - about a young(ish) Hollywood film star and his eight childhood friends from Queens - would be coming to the big screen. While the process of creating said movie has taken longer than was anticipated, it’s now going into production and fans are now gearing up to enjoy the results.
In honour of the much-anticipated release of The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, hotel comparison website trivago.co.uk has compiled a list of its top ten Hawaiian hotels.
In a one-hour film, Joanna Lumley returns to BBC One to spend time with a man who has intrigued her since she saw him carrying the flame on the 2012 Olympic Torch Relay across Britain.
The Only Way is Essex, Jeremy Kyle and The Great British Bake Off have emerged among a list of telly shows we love – but never admit to watching, new research has shown.
Millions of Brits are ‘double screening’ – by watching television, while playing computer games or texting and tweeting from a mobile phone or iPad at the same time, a new study has revealed.
With just a few weeks to the Christmas festivities, many of us are tightening our purse strings in an attempt to save up for presents and decorations – and a great way to do that is to organise some great nights in.
CBBC is celebrating 50 years of Doctor Who with the launch of an exciting Blue Peter competition, which will give children the chance to design a brand-new device for the forthcoming series of Doctor Who.
The BAFTA-winning, satirical comedy series for BBC Three, The Revolution Will Be Televised, is back.
Fashion icon and the brand new Mrs. Professor Green, Millie Mackintosh has been spotted on her infamous Style Diary in Rare London's new Limited Edition tailored jumpsuit.
Hannibal Lecter is the scariest horror film character of all time, a new poll has revealed. The serial killer and cannibal from 1991 horror Silence of the Lambs, played by Anthony Hopkins, came in at number one ahead of Nightmare on Elm Street’s Freddy Krueger.
Filming has started on CBBC’s brand-new comedy drama series, Hank Zipzer, featuring multi-award winning actor Henry ‘The Fonz’ Winkler.
The One Show has announced the return of the Rickshaw Challenge for BBC Children in Need.
Charlotte Moore, Controller of BBC One, has announced that the hit BBC Two show, The Great British Bake Off, will move across to the nation’s favourite channel for its fifth series next year.
The opening episode of BBC One’s new fantasy adventure drama series pulled in a Live +7 audience of 8.4 million viewers.
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