Channel 4 has bolstered its short-form video offering with five new series ahead of the launch of its digital platform All 4.
Michel Roux Jr will mentor a group of people with disabilities who want to break into the hospitality business in his first series for Channel 4.
UKTV channel Really has nabbed long-running crime series Born To Kill from Channel 5.
Horror gameshow Release The Hounds is to return to ITV2 for an extended second series.
Gareth Malone is to return to BBC2 for an acapella spin-off of The Choir from Twenty Twenty.
Keith Lemon will step back in time to celebrate the 30th anniversary of iconic 1980s film franchise Back to the Future.
CBBC has joined forces with Radio 1 to launch a Top Of The Pops-style programme which will reveal each week’s number one at the same time as the Official Chart Show.
Jack Dee, Charlie Brooker and Rory Bremner will help BBC2 take an irreverent look at the general election this year through a range of satirical programmes.
BBC iPlayer is planning a weekly show to direct viewers to its exclusive programming as part of a raft of commissions for the VoD service featuring Matt Berry, Frankie Boyle and Jo Brand.
The friendship between illusionist Harry Houdini and Sherlock Holmes author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle will form the basis of a supernatural crime drama for ITV from Big Talk Productions.
BBC1 is to pilot a motoring format in which members of the public travel abroad to take part in a series of driving challenges.
BBC2 is to celebrate the life and career of The South Bank Show presenter Melvyn Bragg with a 75-minute documentary from Storyvault Films.
Viacom’s Spike has acquired critically-acclaimed US drug drama Breaking Bad and ordered its first UK commission ahead of its launch next month.
BBC Worldwide international pay-TV channels BBC Brit and BBC Earth are to launch across the Nordics next month as part of a phased roll-out into 12 territories.
BBC4 is to reveal the inner workings of SSE, one of the UK’s big six energy companies, in an access documentary from The Tube indie Blast! Films.
Disney Channel has ordered a 20-part run of live-action series The Evermoor Chronicles after launching the show as a four-episode mini-series last year.
BBC Earth commissioning executive Kirsty Hanson has outlined her shopping list for the factual channel ahead of its launch across the Nordics.
Channel 4 has secured a front-row seat to divorce mediation sessions as one of two Minnow Films commissions about relationships in 21st-century Britain.