The filmmakers behind Syrian doc Children on the Frontline are making a 90-minute doc about homelessness for Channel 5.
Sky Sports has ordered a six-part series featuring Leicester City and England striker Jamie Vardy’s V9 Academy from Zig Zag.
The next generation of writers and directors from under-represented backgrounds will have the opportunity to work on a Touchpaper TV drama as part of a new Channel 4 talent scheme.
All 4 has commissioned Factory Films to produce a scripted comedy series from new transgender writing talent.
ITV is returning to the ring with a one-off pro-wrestling special after a 20-year hiatus.
Investigation Discovery has revealed three real crime commissions - its first slate of UK originals.
Voltage TV has landed a 12-part primetime food competition celebrating home cooking to air on BBC2 next summer.
Jeremy Paxman will journey along four of the UK’s greatest rivers in an upcoming Channel 4 series.
Channel 4 is to follow four child refugees escaping war-torn Middle East to safety in Europe in a documentary from the producer of Man on Wire.
Arrow Media and Canadian indie Handel Productions will mark the 75th anniversary of the World War Two attack on Pearl Harbour by examining who was to blame for the disaster.
German broadcaster ZDF has commissioned antiques format For What It’s Worth from BBC Worldwide and All3Media joint venture Tower Productions.
Couples facing some of life’s toughest challenges will tie the knot in an ITV documentary series.
ITV has greenlit another series of Big Talk’s comedy drama Cold Feet following a highly rated return.
ITN Productions has been commissioned to produce the 2016 Power Triumph Games by US Veterans organisation OurVetSuccess.
Viacom’s 5 Star has ordered a second series of 100% Hotter, the debut show from Simon Andreae’s Fremantle-backed Naked Entertainment.
360 Production has been commissioned to tell the secret history of the Battle of the Somme in a one-off Channel 4 documentary.
The nation’s attitudes towards people with visible facial conditions will be put under the spotlight in a Channel 4 pilot.
Virginia McKenna will revisit Africa for a Channel 4 documentary marking the 50th anniversary of the lion cub film Born Free.