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Channel 4 dating show First Dates is headed to the US after NBC ordered an eight-part run of the Twenty Twenty format.
BBC3 investigative reporter and presenter Stacey Dooley has revealed she is optimistic about the channel’s proposed move online and has begun producing short films ahead of the shift.
Channel 4 has bolstered its short-form video offering with five new series ahead of the launch of its digital platform All 4.
Gareth Malone is to return to BBC2 for an acapella spin-off of The Choir from Twenty Twenty.
Stacey Dooley Investigates producer Watershed TV is to merge with sister company Twenty Twenty to create a broader creative team.
Controller Kim Shillinglaw is bidding to bring a more contemporary edge to BBC2 with a raft of commissions.
Comedy Central has confirmed that it is piloting a remake of Impractical Jokers, the prank show cancelled by BBC3 last year.
Don’t Tell the Bride is set to leap to BBC1 after BBC3 revealed plans to scrap its factual entertainment formats.
Warner Bros Television Production UK is preparing to launch a training course to discover new development talent.
Long Lost Family indie Wall To Wall has appointed The Apprentice’s showrunner Cate Hall as an executive producer.
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