New ITV crime drama about a high-flying US police chief Bill Hixon who lands in Boston, Lincolnshire, with his daughter in tow comes to our screens this June. Divian Ladwa will play PC Drakes across the series with Bill being played by Rob Lowe.
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
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.
Kiell Smith-Bynoe stars alongside Charlotte Ritchie as a couple who inherit Button Hall. Horrible Histories regulars – Mathew Baynton, Simon Farnaby, Martha Howe-Douglas et al – play spectres from different eras haunting the country pile. Tom Mackley and Richard Thomson also join in one episode. BBC One’s critically acclaimed new sitcom continues every Monday on BBC1 at 9:30pm.
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.
Catch up with the latest episode of Midsomer Murders on the ITV Hub. Elena Saurel features alongside Bill Bailey, Jemma Redgrave, and regular Neil Dudgeon. Casting by Louise Cross.
The nominations for the TV Choice Awards 2019 include a plethora of Hatch talent. Claudia Jessie stars in Vanity Fair and Porters, nominated for Best New Drama and Best Comedy respectively. Also nominated for Best Comedy are Cuckoo, starring Tyger Drew-Honey and Matt Lacey, Ghosts starring Kiell Smith-Bynoe, Catastrophe starring Emily Lloyd Saini and Still Open All Hours starring James Baxter. Katie McGlynn has been nominated as Best Soap Actress for Coronation Street, which is also nominated for Best Soap.
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.
Mark Roper joins the London cast of The Lion King in the role of Pumbaa. The Olivier, Tony, Drama Desk, and Molière award-winning show celebrates its 20th anniversary in the West End this year. Get tickets to this unmissable show - with music by Elton John and lyrics by Tim Rice.
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.
Filming is underway on the BBC’s brand new comedy Scarborough, starring Harriet Webb. Written and directed by Derren Litten, the award-winning creator of the ITV smash hit series Benidorm, Scarborough follows the lives and loves of a handful of residents in the sometimes sunny beach resort in North Yorkshire, where every week the locals gather in a karaoke bar to swap gossip and belt out 80s classics.
Joy Wilkinson’s excellent new play, ‘The Sweet Science of Bruising’ is set to pack a punch when it opens at Wilton’s Music Hall on 5th June. The play explores the secret Victorian world of female boxing, from grand drawing rooms to rowdy backstreet pubs . Tom Lorcan plays Paul Stokes. Please contact Lucy or Michael for tickets.
Hugely proud to announce that Katie McGlynn has scooped a nomination for Best Female Dramatic Performance for her role as Sinead Tinker in Coronation Street. And Doctors’ The Beat Goes On, starring Lisa Ambalavanar, is in the running for Best Episode. Both awards will be judged by a panel of experts with the winners announced at the awards ceremony on Saturday 1st June.
The hotly anticipated furry feature is in cinemas nationwide now. Abbie Murphy plays Cynthia McMaster alongside an all star cast including Ryan Reynolds and Bill Nighy.
David McSavage will be making an appearance in this satirical dark comedy adaptation of the famous Joseph Heller novel. Catch-22 will premiere on May 17th on Hulu. Cast by Amy Hubbard, and directed by & starring George Clooney.
Could you BE any more excited?! Written by and starring Brendan Murphy, this show will take you through all 10 season of Friends as seen through the eyes of our favourite friend - Gunther. Catch him at the King’s Head Theatre at 9.30pm on the 11th & 12th July.
Delighted to announce that Elen Rhys will lead the cast of the upcoming BBC crime drama The Mallorca Files opposite Julian Looman. The Cosmopolitan Pictures/ Clerkenwell Films co-production written by Dan Sefton started filming in November and will air on BBC One and iPlayer later this year.
Sonita Henry returns as Raika for the second series of the Superman prequel story. Produced by DC Entertainment and cast by Priscilla John, the series will air on E4 in the UK in June and SyFy in the US later in the year.
Double BAFTA nominated ‘Stath Lets Flats’ is returning to Channel 4 for a second series. Al Roberts and Kiell Smith-Bynoe play Al and Dean respectively. Get set for more sales-and-lettings silliness later in the year.
Following sell out shows, a West End transfer, productions in Shanghai, Australia, Canada, Europe, and a smash hit film, the original terrifying live production of Ghost Stories is back, starring Richard Sutton as Mike Priddle. Experience Andy Nyman and Jeremy Dyson’s worldwide cult phenomenon at the Lyric Hammersmith, the theatre where it all began, running until 18th May.
Pippa Duffy plays Cassandra in the brand new musical, running for the rest of the year at Theatre Royal Haymarket. The treasured television series has been adapted for the stage by Jim Sullivan and comedy giant Paul Whitehouse and co-stars Paul and Tom Bennett as Granddad and Del Boy.
The gripping medical thriller returns to our screens for a second series, with Jamie Michie starring as Charlie. Written by Dan Sefton, cast by Julie Harkin and produced by Red Productions. 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.
The eagerly awaited second series of Porters returns with Claudia Jessie back as lead series reg, Lucy. The UKTV Original comedy is written by Dan Sefton, produced by Dancing Ledge, cast by Cat Willis and will also star Patrick Turpin as Ham. Every Thursday at 10pm on DAVE
William Andrews brings his critically acclaimed Edinburgh Fringe show ‘Willy’ to Soho Theatre for a four-night run 10th - 13th April.
New eight-part event drama from Nutopia ‘Jesus: His Life’ follow’s the story of Jesus through the eyes of the men and women who were closest to him. Greg Barnett stars in the title role of this epic adventure, cast by Catherine Willis. The show will begin airing on March 25 across America and April 21st in the UK.