Sky Atlantic has acquired a Swedish-French drama from the creators of The Bridge.
Netflix has ordered a feature-length adaptation of young adult novel The Kissing Booth from Komixx Entertainment.
Curve Media is to send expert cleaners into the UK’s filthiest homes for an ITV series.
Fox Networks Group Europe & Africa has ordered an 8 x 60-minute spy drama, marking its first scripted commission for the region.
Trigger Happy TV is set for a return to Channel 4 after the broadcaster ordered a one-off Christmas Eve special.
Refugees and migrants will once again film their own journeys across Europe for a second series of Keo Films-produced BBC2 Exodus.
Kids body The Children’s Media Foundation (CMF) has urged ITV to rethink restructuring CITV labelling the move “detrimental to the quality of children’s content” on the channel.
Sky has struck a two-year deal with Russell Howard that will see the comedian star in his own Sky 1 comedy show.
BBC Wales head of development Nick Andrews has been appointed head of commissioning across the regional division’s television, iPlayer and interactive platforms.
Father Ted’s Ardal O’Hanlon is to search for Britain’s best tree for a one-off Channel 4 documentary.
ITV unveiled a raft of commissions at its annual Gala event, including details of its forthcoming nightly entertainment show for the first time.
Primal Media, the indie established by Gogglebox Entertainment co-founders Mat Steiner and Adam Wood, has landed a primetime gameshow for ITV.
Channel 4 is to track the restoration of Big Ben through a series of films which will air over a three-year period.
Comedy Central UK is reviving Channel 4 gameshow Your Face Or Mine 14 years after it made its debut.
BBC1 has swiftly recommissioned “a bigger and better” series of Michael McIntyre’s Big Show after the opening episode of the second run.
BBC1 has committed to a bumper, three series order of Call The Midwife, worth around £30m.
Britain’s post-Brexit attitude to spending and employment are to come under the microscope after Channel 4 ordered two pilots from Blink Films and RDF.
Gary Lineker’s indie is to go behind the scenes at Premier League football club Watford FC for BBC3.