CBBC has ordered a factual entertainment format about the film industry featuring Hollywood actor Michael Sheen from Horrid Henry indie Novel Entertainment.
CITV has commissioned a second series of Thunderbirds Are Go! ahead of the return of its revamp.
BBC1 abduction drama The Missing will return for a second series with a fresh story, cast and location.
Channel 5 has commissioned a four part documentary series which will explore Loch Lomond.
ITV is to adapt literary classic Beowulf as it adds to its slate of fantasy adventure dramas.
CBBC has ordered six in-house series including comedy sketch show Class Dismissed and factual entertainment series The Dengineers.
September Films’ revamp of entertainment classic Celebrity Squares has been recommissioned by ITV.
Don’t Tell the Bride is set to leap to BBC1 after BBC3 revealed plans to scrap its factual entertainment formats.
Channel 5 is shining the spotlight on young men who love elderly women again with Barcroft Productions doc Grandmother Lover.
Brighton-based production company If Not Us Films has landed its first BBC commission – a feature documentary about the history of British policewomen.
Channel 5 has green-lit an internet-inspired show about cats from Mentorn Media.
Sky 1 is teaming a group of OAPs with YouTube friendly youths in a six-part series from Princess Productions.
The Great British Bake Off producer Love Productions is looking to recreate its success in the kitchen with a pottery themed competition for BBC2.
The BBC is developing a TV series based on J.K Rowling’s detective novels The Cuckoo’s Calling and The Silkworm.
Actor Sean Bean is to present a two-hour documentary marking the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo for pay-TV broadcaster History.
Self-harm, child sex offenders and Europe’s largest brothel will be explored in six Channel 4 docs from the commissioner behind The Paedophile Hunter.
The Tube producer Blast! Films is to turn its attention to the Post Office for its latest BBC2 ob-doc series.
Guy Martin’s Passion For Life has become the first show from Channel 4’s online Shorts platform to make the leap onto linear television.