In a four-part series Bedlam, Channel 4 boldly challenges the myths and taboos about mental illness through unprecedented access to the patients and staff of the Bethlem Royal Psychiatric Hospital – the world’s oldest psychiatric institution.
Sky Living is to undergo a re-brand as the digital channel ditches the pink to broaden its audience.
ABC’s Once Upon A Time has found itself a new Robin Hood in the form of British actor Sean Maguire.
Details of the two productions concerning the Great Train Robbery from the BBC have been revealed. A Robber’s Tale will be directed by Julian Jarrold and tells the story of the gang whose audacious crime secured unheard-of wealth and the wrath of the establishment while A Copper’s Tale will be directed by James Strong and follows the tale of Tommy Butler and the crack team of detectives he assembled in
The Borgias and Skins actor Luke Pasqualino and The Thick of It actor Peter Capaldi are to lead the cast of BBC One‘s new adaptation of The Musketeers to be penned by Adrian Hodge.
Sky Living‘s supernatural series Bedlam returns for a second season with Lacey Turner and Jack Roth joining the cast.