Sunday’s Downton Abby farewell is to leave some viewers feeling like they’ve broken up with a loved one research shows. The show, which first aired in 2010, has seen phenomenal success over the past five years, but now its coming to its full stop.
To mark the 21st anniversary of American sitcom Friends, and as a good cross promotion exercise for Comedy Central, Channel 5 is to air ten episodes of the show.
The cast of Strictly re-enact the opening sequence to American sitcom Friends and speaking about how they get on with each other behind the scenes. Strictly Come Dancing airs tonight at 6.30pm on BBC One
Glee actress Jane Lynch has unveiled her Hollywood Walk of Fame star.
British production company Angst Productions is celebrating success as the American revival of the legendary comedy improv series Whose Line Is It Anyway? brings in ratings for its new home on The CW.
After an extended break Queenie Le Trout brings her weekly celebrity and showbiz news-round up back all be it with a slight name change. In the first edition of 2013 Queenie dishes the gossip on: Britney Spears leaving the X Factor, MP’s want a huge pay rise, Harry Styles break up from Taylor Swift and Katie Price to become a wedding planner.
Sally Phillips, Darren Strange, Susie Blake and Tom Conti are lined up to star in a new Sky 1 comedy, Parents.