An ITV documentary is to explore the effects of war on three young women whose soldier husbands were killed in Afghanistan.
Channel 5 is to follow another group of pensioners as they blow their children’s inheritance and winter fuel allowance on cheap booze and holidays with a super-sized renewal of OAPs Behaving Badly.
The biggest-ever run of Pointless Celebrities forms part of a new multi-series deal for the long-running BBC format.
ITV has added to its drama slate with an ambitious ten-part series inspired by Robert Louis Stevenson novel The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde.
British barrister Judge Rinder is to return to ITV with a super-sized daytime order.
The scandal surrounding 18th century aristocrat Lady Seymour Worsley is to be turned into a one-off factual drama produced by Wall to Wall for BBC2.
Chalkboard TV will bring festive cheer to ITV2 with its first UK commission exploring office Christmas parties.
Channel 4 has recommissioned Wall To Wall’s Child Genius for a third run in 2015.
Come Dine With Me producer Shiver has won a raft of factual commissions from ITV with a number of one-offs and a three-part series about the Carry On… films.
Plum Pictures has secured access to Richard Branson’s Necker Island as part of a BBC2 season that will provide a window onto the lives of the super-rich.
Waterloo Road’s potential successor, a two-part Luther special and an Israeli autism series are among 40-plus hours of drama unveiled by the BBC as it bids to make a case for the licence fee.
Sir Anthony Hopkins and Sir Ian McKellen are to star in a BBC2 adaptation of Sir Ronald Harwood’s The Dresser and BBC1 is planning a drama from a duo of James Bond writers.
Intrepid explorer Bear Grylls is heading to ITV for the first time as the broadcaster bids to head off a potential decline in male viewers following its loss of football rights next year.
ITV is bringing together several generations of a single family to live under one roof for a documentary from Grant Mansfield’s Plimsoll Productions.
The production company behind Penguins: Spy in the Huddle is turning its attention to emperor penguins for a one-off film for BBC1.
DCD Media-owned indie September Films has won a “game changing” commission from US broadcast network The CW for magic format Penn & Teller: Fool Us.
Comedy Central is to move in with a group of models for an eight-part sitcom for Roughcut TV.
Facejacker star Kayvan Novak has created a Julian Assange-inspired BBC4 comedy as part of a raft of BBC programming marking the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta.