The secret flirting techniques of capuchin monkeys will be highlighted in a two-part documentary series for BBC1.
AC/DC frontman Brian Johnson has driven off with another series of Cars That Rock for Discovery.
Dave has commissioned a Donnie Brasco-style police sitcom from Ant & Dec’s full-time writer Andy Milligan.
Channel 4 has promoted features commissioning editor Alex Menzies to the newly created position of deputy head of features.
A hunt for the world’s largest freshwater fish is to begin on Discovery’s Animal Planet after it greenlit a six-part series from Scottish indie Tern TV.
BBC1 has ordered a second run of Rollem Productions’ pregnancy drama In The Club, one week after the conclusion of the first series.
BBC2 is to head to food markets in New York, Mexico City and Delhi as part of a new series produced by Twofour-owned producer Indus Films.
Discovery is to mark the centenary of World War One with a 3D series fronted by Tony Robinson.
Hugh Bonneville-fronted BBC mockumentary W1A is heading back to BBC2 for a second series in 2015.
BBC3 has secured access to Reeva Steenkamp’s parents for a special documentary that will chart how they coped with Oscar Pistorius’ trial.
BBC1 has commissioned a Strictly Come Dancing spin-off series celebrating the work of “everyday heroes”.
Eleven Film is to explore masculinity in the 21st century via a documentary for Channel 4 which will combine fixed-rig and scripted reality elements – and is set in a pub.
Channel 5 is set to ramp up its commissioning plans after Viacom completed its £450m takeover of the free-to-air commercial broadcaster this week.
Sky Living has ordered Desi Rascals (working title), a British Asian take on The Only Way Is Essex from Buccaneer Media, created by Bend It Like Beckham’s Gurinder Chadha.
ITV is lining up a new celebrity entertainment format to replace the outgoing Dancing On Ice in 2015.
Bwark Productions’ sitcom Siblings has been commissioned for a second series by BBC3 before the conclusion of the debut run.
Viacom has closed its £450m acquisition of free-to-air broadcaster Channel 5 and confirmed that programming chief Ben Frow and chief operating officer Paul Dunthorne will stay with the business.
Sir David Attenborough is heading back to the Great Barrier Reef for an Atlantic Productions documentary for BBC1.