Moira Ross’s entertainment label Panda Television is to produce a non-TX pilot of a “huge-scale” family entertainment format for BBC1.
ITV has commissioned a second series of ratings smash Victoria from Mammoth Screen.
Hungry Bear Media is to pilot a talk-show spin-off of Mrs Brown’s Boys in which Agnes throws open the doors of her home to a string of celebrity guests and members of the public.
Happy Valley will not be returning to BBC1 for at least two years – but creator Sally Wainwright already has a new series commission for the channel.
ITV is to explore the abilities of puppies in a two-part series from Life of Dogs indie Plimsoll Productions.
Channel 4 has commissioned Betty to produce a spin-off series of The Autistic Gardener fronted by garden designer Alan Gardner.
TV chef James Martin has landed two commissions after relaunching his indie Blue Marlin Television.
The BBC has kicked off the biggest change to commissioning in a decade after revealing Holby City, A Question of Sport and Songs of Praise are to be put out to tender to the independent sector.
Woodcut Media has secured its first two crime documentary series for Sky’s free-to-air channel Pick as the channel continues to push into original commissions.
Spun Gold is teaming up with Phillip Schofield to shine a spotlight on the history of The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award (DofE) in an ITV documentary.
Comedian Jon Richardson is to front a one-off programme on Channel 4 exploring the reasons to be terrified of life.
The X Factor and Britain’s Got Talent will remain on ITV until 2019 after the broadcaster struck a three-year deal.
The formative years of George Michael’s life will be documented in a 90-minute film for Channel 4.
ITV is making a multi-million pound move into late-night comedy with a stripped show that it hopes can replicate the success of The Late Late Show with James Corden.
Tony Robinson is to walk across England from west to east coast for a Channel 5 series.
Channel 5 is to go behind the scenes of one of the most extravagant shopping centres in Britain as it prepares for Christmas.
Youngest Media, the indie established by former Endemol execs David Flynn and Lucas Church, has secured its first commission - an E4 dating show featuring 10 “clones”.
The Great British Bake Off, the biggest show on UK television, is to leave the BBC after talks broke down between the corporation and Love Productions.