The shows with the most front on British television are back and more ballsy then ever for 2019, ITV have announced.
As revealed last year former BBC News anchor Michael Buerk is heading to Channel 4.
The BRIT Awards 2019 welcome actor and performer Hugh Jackman to open the show with a performance from musical The Greatest Showman.
ATV Today Editor Doug Lambert picks his Tuesday February 12th telly highlights, including Scotland’s own saga River City.
The former EastEnders hardman joins the series for a special episode featuring the restoration of a Land Rover.
Netflix annouce that Josh Duhamel, Ben Daniels, Leslie Bibb, Elena Kampouris, Andrew Horton, Mike Wade and Matt Lanter have joined the cast.
The BBC is announcing a change to its scheduling to create a special slot devoted to showcasing the best of ‘online only’ channel BBC Three which lacks the popularity it enjoyed while broadcast.
20th Century Fox and Universal have partnered with Sky Media and will showcase trailers for their upcoming releases across Sky Cinema On Demand.
Possessed, the fast-growing ITV Studios label, is setting up Man Possessed, a regional base in Manchester’s MediaCityUK.
The Beeb is reviving cult classic children’s TV show, Crackerjack, but it won’t be family viewing on BBC One.