Kiell Smith-Bynoe stars alongside Charlotte Ritchie as a couple who inherit a haunted house. Horrible Histories regulars – Mathew Baynton, Simon Farnaby, Martha Howe-Douglas et al – play spectres from different eras haunting a country pile called Button Hall. Tom Mackley also joins in one episode. BBC One’s spooky new sitcom will air every Monday on BBC1 at 9:30pm.
Poppy Fardell will be making her stage debut this year in Sitting at the Arcola Theatre. Written by Katherine Parkinson and directed by Sarah Bedi, the play will run until May 11th. For tickets, click here.
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 launches 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.
The gripping medical thriller returns to our screens for a second series, with Jamie Michie starring as Charlie. Written by Dan Sefton and cast by Julie Harkin. Starting Tuesday 16th April at 9pm on BBC1.
The critically acclaimed sitcom returns for a second series and will air every Thursday at 10pm on Channel 4. Victoria Bush reprises her role of Maz Nolan this series, and Pippa Duffy joins the cast as Jenny. Casting by Sarah Crowe.
The BBC have announced their new series of comedy Threesomes which includes 'Hunter' from Jon Pointing. Based on his critically acclaimed Edinburgh Fringe character, Cayden Hunter, the shortform series is produced by Baby Cow with Steve Coogan exec’ing. It will be available on BBC Three soon.