Michael Buerk and Twofour are to bring destroyed Roman town Pompeii back to life using CGI in a single documentary for ITV.
Former Sky commissioner Duncan Gray is to produce an A League of Their Own-style music quiz for Sky 1.
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Amazon has kicked off a hunt for a range of reality formats as the battle between SVoD platforms moves into non-scripted.
Louis Theroux’s first theatrical feature documentary, My Scientology Movie, is to launch at this year’s London Film Festival.
Chocolate Media will follow attempts by the Landmark Trust to complete two ambitious building restorations for a Channel 4 series.
Channel 5 is cooking up more original kids commissions with a 52-part animated chef comedy from Cloudbabies indie Hoho Entertainment.
George Faber is to produce a Channel 4 drama series which will explore the impact on a fictional public figure after they are accused of historical sexual misconduct.
Ten Alps indie Films of Record will track a police investigation into a teenage murder in an ambitious documentary series for Channel 4.
BBC2 has secured unprecedented access to the White House to tell the story of president Barack Obama’s legacy.
Charlotte Moore has claimed BBC1 remains distinctive and risk-taking as she unveiled a Russell T Davies adaptation of A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
BBC3 is developing a Serial-style factual series as one of its first online commissions ahead of the closure of its linear channel.
Twofour is to replicate the Best Exotic Marigold Hotel film with a group of celebrities in a documentary series for BBC2.
Discovery chief creative officer Phil Craig has revealed that the broadcaster is working with Idris Elba on a follow-up to his high-octane series No Limits.
A sleigh ride through Lapland and the exploration of the biology of a 400-year-old oak tree form part of BBC4’s second slow TV season.
Channel 4 has revealed three important parts of its 2016 schedule, with a follow-up to Walking The Nile, a full series of Kudos comedy Flowers and an adaptation of children’s book We’re Going On A Bear Hunt.
CPL Productions’ BBC1 daytime quiz show Decimate has been recommissioned for a second 25 x 45-minute series.
Indus Films is to investigate the world of luxury interior design as one of three Channel 4 documentaries.