Jonathan Pointing stars as new lead Jason in the fourth series of the sitcom produced by Rise Films for ITV2. Harriet Webb joins the cast to play Stefi in the final episode.
Eric Manaka stars in Johnny Knoxville's new feature 'Action Point' which opens on 1st June. Directed by Tim Kirkby, it promises to be one of the funniest and ballsiest films of the Summer.
Sam Palladio returns for the third season of Channel 4's Humans to reprise his role as Ed opposite Gemma Chan. He is joined by Daniel Abelson, Rob Witcomb, and Richard Sutton. Series 3 premiers this Thursday 17th at 9pm on Channel 4.
The BAFTA TV Awards are this Sunday with a host of our clients involved. Claudia Jessie (Line Of Duty), Connor McIntyre (Coronation Street), Liz Kingsman (Timewasters), Jonathan Pointing (Pls Like), Kristian Nairn (Game Of Thrones), Catherine Bailey (The Crown), Sarah Hoare (Chewing Gum) and Nico Tatatowicz (Murder in Successville).
We are thrilled to announce Divian Ladwa joins the Marvel universe and is currently filming Peyton Reed's sequel, Ant-Man and the Wasp. Divian plays Usman and stars alongside Paul Rudd, Evangeline Lilly and Michelle Pfeiffer. Cinema release is set for Summer 2018.
TINA The Musical is now officially open at the Aldwych Theatre in the West End. The story of the life and career of Tina Turner will be brought to life by her catalogue of hits and the brilliant Jason Langley joins the cast playing Carpenter/ Martyn Ware.
Sam Palladio returns as the hard-working, big-hearted Gunnar Scott. Series 6 is on every Friday 10pm on Sky Living ahead of the Farewell Tour at stadiums across the U.K. in April (including the 02 on the 21st)
An all star cast join Keith Lemon and Paddy McGuinness for series 2 of The Keith and Paddy Picture Show, again written, produced and directed by the brilliant Jamie Deeks and Dan Johnston. The parody show will return to ITV on the 14th April with the boys' unique and hilarious take on iconic movies Grease, Top Gun, Jurassic Park, Pretty Woman and Terminator 2. Gremlins will air as a Christmas special.
Brand new Channel 4 docudrama series True Horror, starring Adam Leese as the lead tells a creepy story. Through direct-to-camera first-hand testimony and dramatised scenes, the tale of a family's terrifying experiences in a haunted house on the Brecon Beacons surfaces. The first episode airs 19th April, 10pm on Channel 4.
Both seasons of the critically acclaimed BBC America mockumentary series are now available to enjoy on Netflix UK. Join Poppy and Georgie Carlton on their American adventure. Starring Amy Hoggart.
Tom Aldridge and Tom Mackley are currently starring in the multi- award winning play Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. Tom Aldridge plays Ron Weasley with Tom Mackley playing Harry Potter's son, Albus. The next release of tickets will be in Spring 2018 but keep an eye out for 'The Friday Forty'. If you're lucky enough to have a ticket, you're in for a magical treat.
Omar and Pete are half brothers. When their parents are eaten by lions they embark on a journey to find Omar's real father. What follows is a funny, heart-warming journey of self-discovery for both boys...in Blackpool. Hayley Tamaddon, Peter Slater and Sarah Hoare star in this brilliant, feel-good film which is to be released in 2018. Check out their website here!
Filming is under way for Series 5 of Rough Cut Television’s brilliant comedy CUCKOO. Ken Collard returns as Steve Chance with Matt Lacey returning as Ben and Bhav Joshi also. Alongside them, favourites Greg Davies, Helen Baxendale & Taylor Lautner with Andie MacDowell now joining the team.
Ridley Scott's The Terror starts on 26th March on AMC in the US. Based on Dan Simmon's best selling novel and starring our very own Richard Sutton, this show is going to be epic. UK viewers will be able to watch the two-hour series premiere on Tuesday, April 24th at 9pm on AMC – BT TV channel.
Series two of the sun-drenched drama, which is set in Southern India, returns with Sonita Henry joining the cast as Sweta. Written by Dan Sefton, produced by John Chapman and cast by Andy Morgan, the colour and vibrancy of India returns to ITV on Sunday 18th March.
Emma Campbell-Jones joins a star studded cast in the West End premiere of Gore Vidal’s award-winning political thriller, after it's hugely successful UK tour. You can buy tickets online now and the run is currently until the 26th May.
David Mackenzie's epic new feature film Outlaw King is set to be released on Netflix in November 2018. Jamie Michie stars as Lord Hay alongside Chris Pine and Aaron Taylor-Johnson.
Krypton follows the untold story of Superman's grandfather who fights for his family's honour and to save the world from ruin. Sonita Henry stars as recurring character Raika in the American TV series. The show premieres on SYFY on the 21st March in the UK and US.
Filming has just wrapped on the new 7-part adaptation of Vanity Fair. The show is a Mammoth Screen Production for ITV/Amazon which will be released later this year. Claudia Jessie plays the role of Amelia Sedley, best friend of Becky Sharp (played by Olivia Cooke). The series is based on the popular novel by the same name, written by William Makepeace Thackeray.
Alix Dunmore joins the new immersive experience of Somnai. Located over two floors in a warehouse and set in a future where you'll explore your dreams, with sometimes alarming results. Hyper-reality and virtual reality meet a live, multi-sensory experience with immersive technology. Somnai launches March 1st in Central London.
Ryan plays Rafael Humphreys in sunny Erinsborough - a character with some dark secrets. This is a very different role for Ryan and we cannot wait to watch! Catch the hour long special on 12th Feb at 10pm and the rest on weekdays on Channel 5.
The Dengineers are back! Joe Tracini returns alongside Lauren Layfield in the third series of the huge hit CBBC show. Tune in every Saturday to watch them and some talented, expert young designers transform spaces to create their dream dens!
We've still got that Phelan feelin'! Surely he can't get away it...find out on Monday, Wednesday and Friday nights on ITV1.