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Boundless’ fact-ent format returns
Hannah Wyatt to oversee Top Gear
WEDNESDAY: The Week The Landlords Moved In and Watchdog Live got underway with slot-winning performances for BBC1.
Portillo to travel around India
WEEKEND: BBC1 biopic Babs and ITV’s Keith and Paddy Picture Show performed solidly.
Boundless production sees Dara O’Briain and Ed Byrne travel to Malaysia
Debts paid in The Payback
Jack Kennedy joins from Fresh One
Boundless secures extended second run
THURSDAY: The Apprentice fell to its lowest audience on record as it struggled against fierce competition from I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here.
Boundless will turn the tables on landlords in a three-part commission for BBC1 in which they will be forced to live in the properties they rent out
Channel 5 is resurrecting makeover format House Doctor as part of a multi-million pound move back into original daytime commissioning.
Sarah Beeny is to replace Anita Rani as host of the fifth series of Channel 4’s factual format Four Rooms.
THURSDAY: Boundless’ two-part investigation into cats and dogs lost viewers but still easily topped BBC2’s slot average.
The Apprentice has dominated online viewing over the past four weeks – accounting for four of the top 10 most-watched shows on-demand.
WEDNESDAY: The Apprentice recruited 6.4m viewers as it returned to BBC1 as Alexander Armstrong set off to the Arctic Circle for ITV with fewer than 3m in tow.
ITV has ordered a pilot from Boundless which will follow grown-up children as they help their parents deal with life-threatening health, debt and anxiety issues.
Boundless has signed Michael Portillo for his tatest BBC2 railway adventure and Twofour is to explore tragedies for Nat Geo. Click for more
Boundless creative director Hannah Wyatt has been promoted to managing director after Patrick Holland left to become BBC head of documentaries.
Former Boundless production executive Mark Bos has joined post firm Blue 2.0 as executive director.
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