The US network has ordered a new series from Amy Hoggart. The untitled project will be a half-hour, non-political series which will explore everyday problems through Hoggart’s unique humor, blending scripted and unscripted segments.
Lynn & Lucy (with Shaq B Grant as Paul) and Days of the Bagnold Summer (with Sophie Steer) have been been selected as part of this years GREAT 8 for the Cannes Film Festival. Naptha (with Divian Ladwa) will be presented as a Special Screening within the Semaine de la Critique section that runs from 15th to 23rd May.
Rhianna Merralls joins the cast to play new regular, Flo, in the fifth series of BAFTA-nominated Hetty Feather. New episodes will air every Monday at 5pm on CBBC with the series also available on BBC iPlayer.
New BBC pilot exploring life from the perspective of two Muslim comedians; Muzlamic, written by and starring Ali Shahalom, will be shown on BBC iPlayer, BBC One and BBC Three a little later this year. The show was produced by BBC Studios and also features James McNicholas within the cast
Brand new comedy for BBC Three as Daisy Haggard brings us Back To Life. Jamie Michie stars across the series as Daisy’s ex, Dom. The 6 parter launched on Monday April 15th with all episodes available to download on BBC iplayer, or alternatively to view on BBC 1 in the Fleabag slot of 10:35pm. Cast by Tracey Gillham, produced by Two Brothers Pictures.
Catch Gentleman Jack every Sunday at 9pm on BBC One. The series explores the real story of Anne Lister, a wealthy 19th century Yorkshire landowner who is famous for her four-million-word diary that documented her lesbian relationships. Magnus Bruun joins the cast as Count Blücher alongside Suranne Jones, Amelia Bullmore, and Stephanie Cole. Written by Sally Wainwright, casting by Andy Pryor. Watch the latest episode on BBC iPlayer.