BBC Studios and Red Planet Pictures drama on the life of Dame Barbara Windsor
Archery Pictures and Primo Productions ten-part crime drama.
Fudge Park and BBC Comedy sitcom about a double-glazing showroom in Essex in 1983
Return of the Talkback series, hosted by Jimmy Carr and Katherine Ryan
Keshet and Hillbilly Films comedy-drama about four tech entrepreneurs who become multi-millionaires.
Honey Productions examines the taxi drivers’ test
Solution 3 Productions comedy about a mother-daughter relationship
Studio Lambert experiment follows an engaged couple as they learn more about their future spouse
Second series of the Sid Gentle Films family drama
Four-part drama from World Productions about two out-of-control teens
Wall to Wall Media / Ten 66 TV contest set in the Lake District
Twofour series where former couples decide whether to get back together
Fifty Fathoms drama on race, set in the 1970s
Second series of the Goodnight Vienna Productions comedy
Only the Best Productions documentary on bereaved parents
Cavebear Productions and Tiger Aspect comedy adaptation of Evelyn Waugh’s novel
Whisper Films prepares for the season
True North doc about a poison victim
New free-to-air TV channel launching in the UK on 15 March
Hungry Bear Media and BocPix’s new Saturday night entertainment show.
Lightbox doc follows three young refugees on a dangerous journey to Western Europe
Series two of the Carnival Film and TV Viking/Saxon drama
Betty TV documentary series on pilots who rescue stranded climbers
First look at series four of the World Productions drama
Third series of Avalon TV, Merman Films and Birdbath Productions comedy
Wall to Wall format showcasing talented three to thirteen year olds
Left Bank Pictures mockumentary
A novice must create a Michelin-style feast in the Studio Lambert format
Keo Films doc about a troop of chimpanzees in Uganda
Click to relive the memories from the prestigious event
First look at series three of the Imaginary Friends Productions and Kudos drama
Kevin Lygo’s unveils new look for channel
Windfall Films production recreating the legendary Mutiny on the Bounty voyage.
Noho Film and Television drama which portrays the young Jane Tennison.
Sundog Pictures doc on David Baddiel, his brother Ivor and their father who suffers from Pick’s Disease.
Renegade Pictures meets the bride, groom and guests at a wedding that unites very different families.
A+E Studios historical portrait of American slavery, retelling of the life and legacy of Kunta Kinte.
Sid Gentle Films’ five part alternative-history thriller set against a Nazi occupied London.
Second series of the Carnival Films historical drama, airing this Spring.
The motoring format returns with Matt LeBlanc, Chris Harris and Rory Reid on hosting duties.
Lip Sync Battle and Alex Polizzi’s Secret Spain are among the shows set to air in the year ahead.
Tiger Aspect drama set in a hospital in Goa which is run by an eccentric Englishwoman.
ITV Studios drama recollecting the disappearance of schoolgirl Shannon Matthews.
Second series of the Carnival Films drama based on an original idea by Stan Lee.
Return of the Wall to Wall historical factual production, starting in the 1900’s.
Highlights of the major productions that have recently been shot in Wales, assisted by Wales Screen.
Twofour’s celebrity ski-jumping format returns.
Apple Tree Yard, Clique and The Moorside feature in a look ahead to the year’s top dramas
Series recap ahead of the third outing of Avalon TV, Merman Films and Birdbath Productions comedy.
Fifty Fathoms and ABC Signature co-production starring Idris Elba, Freida Pinto and Rory Kinnear.
Kudos production of Amanda Coe’s adaptation of the best-selling thriller novel.
Studio Lambert prepares launch of new topical comedy series.
Shine North and Green Door Pictures’ series on Elba’s attempts to become a professional kickboxer.
The Voice makes its ITV debut on Saturday 7 January.
BBC Music doc featuring unseen and rare archive footage of the legendary musician.
Carnival Film and Television drama on the early days of the first British settlers in America.
Mutiny, Spies and Eden are among the shows set to air over the next 12 months.
Label1 documentary shines a spotlight on the Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust.
Scott Free Productions and Hardy Son and Baker’s drama series.
Minnow Films format in which 15 candidates see if they have what it takes to become a spy.
BBC period drama on the Brontës, written by Sally Wainwright.
The SVoD service’s first move into unscripted entertainment formats
BBC Studios’ search to create a band who will join the cast of a Take That-themed stage show.
Festive return of the popular Hat Trick Productions’ sitcom.
Festive edition of the Love Productions baking format.
Lupus Films animation featuring Brenda Blethyn and Jim Broadbent
Christmas special of Neal Street Productions’ long-running drama
One-off special in which STV Productions will reveal the winners of the Tree of the Year contest
Mammoth Screen’s adaptation of Agatha Christie’s classic thriller
Hartswood Films re-imagining returns for a fourth outing on New Year’s Day.
Shine TV’s manhunt format, which first aired on Channel 4, is due to launch in the US in January.
Spun Gold celebrates the 60th anniversary of The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award
Having poached the show from the BBC, ITV is bringing back The Voice UK in January
ITV begins it coverage of UK horse racing at Cheltenham Racecourse on New Year’s Day.
The Great Christmas Bake Off, Sherlock, Outnumbered and Marigold Hotel On Tour are among the festive highlights.
Drama documentary about the police shooting of Mark Duggan in Tottenham in August 2011.
Sundog gains access to offices of Nick Clegg, Jacob Rees-Mogg and Naz Shah.
Lion Television is rebooting the military strategy competition after a ten-year absence.
Tim Roth and Samantha Morton star in a gripping three-part co-produced by the BBC and Bandit Television.
Crackit Productions following the UK’s doyenne of toddler pageants, Anita Moss.
Commemorating the police officers murdered in the line of duty.
Zadie Smith’s bestselling book is brought to life via a Mammoth TV adaption.
Feature-length drama on Damilola Taylor from the point of view of his family.
Former Bake Off contestant Dr Tamal Ray fronts Love Productions’ medical format alongside Kate Quilton.
Comedian Kevin Bishop is to play Nigel Farage in a one-off mockumentary.
Comedy horror series about love and friendship produced by Urban Myth Films for Channel 4 in association with Netflix.
Amazon has unveiled the trailer for Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May’s show.
World Productions’ drama about the Victorian serial killer Mary Ann Cotton
Left Bank Pictures’s big-budget biopic about the Queen.
ITV Studios dating show in which young singletons entrust their parents to find them love
True North brings together couples, exes and singletons to discover the truth about their relationships.
A new case for retired detective Julien Baptiste.
Urban Myth Films’ six-part dark comedy about an unlikely duo of demon hunters is produced in association with Netflix.
ITV Studios’ four-parter tells the story of the discovery of the tomb of the Egyptian pharaoh.
Jeremy Clarkson and the former Top Gear team will launch their VoD show on 18 November.
Shine’s fugitive format returns for a second outing.
Hillbilly Television’s six-parter follows a duplicitous female detective who becomes involved in organised crime.
Discovery returns for a second series of the Tigress survival show
ITV documentary telling the story of how detectives solved a vicious and shocking murder
Touchpaper TV’s story of a young woman trying to take control of her life.