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So little of Avalon and Hat Trick’s BBC3 bid adds up. What’s their long-term goal, asks Stephen Arnell.
A talent agency and indie proposing to buy BBC3? How did it come to this, asks comedian Tiernan Douieb
MONDAY: Channel 4 comedy Catastrophe opened up with just under 1m viewers as Broadchurch dipped by a further 400,000 viewers.
Hat Trick Productions and Avalon Entertainment are to make an audacious bid for BBC3 in an attempt to save it as a TV channel.
The writers and stars of Channel 4’s sitcom Catastrophe talk to Paul Whitelaw about their transatlantic partnership
Avalon Television is to launch an international YouTube channel for Russell Howard’s Good News that will make the BBC2 show available in countries including the US after it has aired in the UK.
Sky has cancelled Sky Atlantic comedy Mr Sloane, starring Nick Frost, and Chris Addison’s Sky Living sitcom Trying Again.
TalkSport has teamed up with Avalon Entertainment to commission its first stand-up chat show.
Cuckoo and Man Down comedian Greg Davies is to preside over a Dave adaptation of comedian Alex Horne’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe show Taskmaster.
Emerging comedy trio WitTank, who have appeared on BBC3’s Live At The Electric, are developing a sitcom for E4.
Comedy Central is taking its UK origination strategy to the next level after striking a deal with stand-up comedian Russell Howard for more than 20 hours of new content.
Russell Howard’s Good News will move to BBC2 as the corporation begins to pave the way for BBC3’s switch online.
Dave Gorman’s Modern Life is Goodish is to return to Dave for two extended series after becoming the channel’s highest-rated new commission last year.
Avalon Distribution has secured a raft of international sales for Channel 4’s parenting format The Three Day Nanny.
In 1898, Bram Stoker penned a romantic novel called Miss Betty.
Channel 4 sitcom Man Down is to return for a second series next year, the broadcaster has confirmed.
My PE teacher, with barely disguised sarcasm, frequently said that my javelin throwing was “in a league of its own” – more often, it ended up on the chemistry department’s roof.
It was inevitable that a Dave would have his own show on Dave, and so it proved as Dave Gorman launched his new show to decent numbers.
A founder of Flame TV and a former chief executive of XYTV have joined forces to launch indie Brown Eyes TV.
Russell Kane and broadcaster Emily Dean are to front a Yahoo! series showcasing acts at this year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
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