The Mimic is a sitcom written by Matt Morgan and directed by Kieron Hawkes. It’s the story of Martin Hurdle – played by Terry Mynott – a seemingly unremarkable maintenance man who, in fact, conceals an exceptional talent. What makes Martin unique is his uncanny ability to mimic voices.
The Following, starring Kevin Bacon and James Purefoy has been airing exclusively on Sky Atlantic since January 22nd. It’s the latest high quality American drama to be acquired by the network, and if you haven’t seen the series yet let Kevin Bacon explain why its worth a watch…
Gay Times Editor Darren Scott gave over a few minutes of his busy schedule to talk to ATV Today about the nations favourite magazine for the LGBT community. Scott talks about the four decades of the publication, its ability to get hunky men – and even Golden Girl Betty White – to pose for them as well as the current political stance on same-sex marriage.
Following the successful pilot episode last year, a full series of Derek will begin airing next week on Channel 4. Ricky Gervais has spoken about the new series and on playing the central role of Derek.
BBC school saga Waterloo Road will see the arrival of a new family when it returns to BBC One, headed by actress Zoe Lucker.
One of the leads in the new Channel 4 drama Everyday, which is described as being ‘a celebration of the small pleasures of everyday life’, is actor John Simm who talks about the unique project, performing as a teenager and being most recognised for roles in BBC dramas.
Sky Sports football Commentator Ian Crocker spoke to ATV Today’s Callum Patterson last weekend on his thoughts on the season ahead for Scottish and English football…
As part of Channel 4’s Funny Fortnight, Harry Hill has made a retrospective documentary, Whatever Happened to Harry Hill? Here he reveals more, and looks back on his hugely successful career so far.
The blonde, petite, button-nosed Jessica Forrest looks all sweetness and niceness however her character Leanne Holiday has the reputation for being Hollyoaks’ serial bunny boiler extraordinaire.
He’s been dishing out much needed fashion advice for years, but now Gok Wan is moving into a new television genre – cooking.