More than five million votes are expected to be cast during this years National Television Awards voting and those taking part now have a new category to ponder over.
The BBC has revealed the cast for The Tractate Middoth, a new adaptation of MR James’ short story which will mark the directorial debut of writer and actor Mark Gatiss. The cast of the one-off drama includes former EastEnders & Doctor Who actress Louise Jameson, Sherlock actress Una Stubbs and Coronation Street actor Roy Barraclough.
The third season of Sherlock, starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman, could air at the same time in Britain and America.
Former James Bond actor Roger Moore has said he’s open to appearing in Doctor Who and Sherlock.
Better late than never, a day after everyone else the beeb release their celebratory statement on the RTS award wins.
ITV soap Coronation Street saw off competition from EastEnders and Hollyoaks to take home the award for best soap at last night’s Royal Television Society programme awards.
This year Virgin Media held their first Award ceremony, which they say will become an annual event. With the public voting on the who gets the gongs it may have come as a surprise that can-do-no-wrong One Direction missed out on a award while winners include Katy Perry, Justin Bieber and Dame Maggie Smith.
The winners of this year’s Irish Film and Television Awards were revealed last night at a Gala Awards Ceremony at the Convention Centre Dublin hosted by the Irish Film and Television Academy.
Sherlock actor Benedict Cumberbatch is reportedly in talks to play the code-breaker Alan Turing.
ATV Today remembers Dawn French’s 1990s dark comedy series Murder Most Horrid.