Channel 4 is preparing a daily Sunday Brunch spin-off backed by online supermarket Ocado.
E4 is to attempt to fix the nation’s worst tattoo disasters in a one-off doc from Studio Lambert.
CBeebies has extended a deal with Plug-in Media to transform its online animation Tee and Mo into a 50-part TV series.
North One Television’s Fifth Gear has found its third home on British television after A+E Networks UK greenlit two fresh series of the motoring show.
BBC2 is to open up the kitchens of families across the country in a Gogglebox-style series from the creators of Channel 4’s hit format.
Tern TV has won its first commission for Sky 1, going behind the scenes with a helicopter medical team as part of a push into aerial filming.
Channel 4 is to return to upmarket department store Liberty’s for a second series of the Rize ob-doc.
Whizz Kid Entertainment is to celebrate Julie Walters’ career in a special BBC2 documentary.
Renegade Pictures has secured access to Sussex Police for a three-part series.
Penelope Keith is to explore the changing face of rural Britain in a three-part series for More 4.
The Sun has moved into original commissioning with the launch of an online entertainment format produced by Gogglebox Entertainment.
DCI Banks is to return for a fourth series next year after becoming one of ITV’s most bankable crime dramas.
Cuckoo and Man Down comedian Greg Davies is to preside over a Dave adaptation of comedian Alex Horne’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe show Taskmaster.
The secret flirting techniques of capuchin monkeys will be highlighted in a two-part documentary series for BBC1.
AC/DC frontman Brian Johnson has driven off with another series of Cars That Rock for Discovery.
Dave has commissioned a Donnie Brasco-style police sitcom from Ant & Dec’s full-time writer Andy Milligan.
Channel 4 has promoted features commissioning editor Alex Menzies to the newly created position of deputy head of features.
A hunt for the world’s largest freshwater fish is to begin on Discovery’s Animal Planet after it greenlit a six-part series from Scottish indie Tern TV.