The search for “the next big thing” in UK Children’s Television is gearing up as part of a £60 million initiative being introduced by Government to support the nation's vibrant broadcast sector. Culture Secretary Jeremy Wright has today announced that the Contestable Fund which aims to halt the decline of UK produced children's content and … Continue reading £60 Million Competition To Find The Next Grange Hill, Peppa Pig And Byker Grove
The third series of my absolute favourite cop series is back! The award-winning Manchester based, Channel 4 series NO OFFENCE returns with 6 brand new episodes. The three fabulous women return, Deering (Joanna Scanlan), DC Dinah Kowalska (Elaine Cassidy) and DS Joy Freers (Alexandra Roach). Paul Abbott says: “Series 3 is about the void left … Continue reading Manchester Based No Offence Is Back With Series 3
'Tegan goes on a massive journey this series. We get to see an extremely vulnerable side to her which is quite different from her normal feisty straight-talking tough character. 'Tegan still has her ups and downs with Stuart but she still wears the trousers in the relationship, which I love but Tom Varey who plays … Continue reading Saira Choudhry Tells Us Whats Instore For Fiesty Tegan In No Offence Series 3
The search for a new music superstar gets underway as The X Factor returns to ITV this weekend. We are told to 'expect outstanding vocals and sensational performances' as the judges and contestants go all out in a bid to be crowned The X Factor Champion 2018. Returning to host is Dermot O’Leary, who will … Continue reading Staying In Is The New Going Out Because The XFactor Is Back!
Did you tune in to the first episode of 9-1-1? I started off thinking I'm going to struggle with this one but actually loved it. And it was great to have Connie Britton back on the screen. I spent the first few minutes playing 'where do I know her from' and 'ohhh, that's thingy, he's … Continue reading 9-1-1 Is Here
For The People, is the latest US drama to hit UK television and it started this week. The court based TV series which is showing on Sky Witness centres around a group of young lawyers working on opposite sides of the law as defenders and prosecutors. The cast It's a great cast and if you like … Continue reading Did You Watch For The People?
From this week Sky Living will now be known as Sky Witness after a channel rebrand. The channel which was home to all of our favourite shows from the US including Grey’s Anatomy, Criminal Minds, Madam Secretary and The Good Doctor (which are set to return this autumn) will remain just that and with its … Continue reading Sky Living Is Now Sky Witness