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E4 is building on its TV tattooing success with the launch of a hunt from Studio Lambert to find the UK’s best professional artist.
VH1’s confessional cab ride format Walk Of Shame Shuttle is headed to E4.
E4 is piloting a makeover format from Simon Andreae’s indie Naked Entertainment.
E4 has doubled down on Lime Pictures’ dating format Celebs Go Dating with a bumper recommission.
E4 has commissioned People Just Do Nothing indie Roughcut TV to make a comedy series following the success of one of its online shorts.
Comedy horror series about love and friendship produced by Urban Myth Films for Channel 4 in association with Netflix.
Outrageous switches of tone are a key part of this contemporary supernatural story, but were hard to pull off, says Julian Murphy
Channel 4 has picked up the first-run UK rights to time travel drama Timeless which it will air on youth-skewing channel E4.
Urban Myth Films’ six-part dark comedy about an unlikely duo of demon hunters is produced in association with Netflix.
Youngest Media, the indie established by former Endemol execs David Flynn and Lucas Church, has secured its first commission - an E4 dating show featuring 10 “clones”.
Knickerbocker Glory’s Stage School and horror series Crazyhead feature.
Joey Essex, Tyger Drew-Honey and Charlotte Crosby are all looking for love on a new E4 dating show produced by TOWIE indie Lime Pictures.
E4 has ordered a long-running structured reality series described as “the real life Glee”.
E4 has been named Channel of the Year at the Broadcast Digital Awards for the second year running.
It is rare that a channel is strong enough to hold onto the top prize for a second consecutive year – but E4 has done just that, thanks to a diverse slate and some genuine breakout hits.
Maverick’s medical format Bizarre ER has found its third home in the UK after E4 ordered a new series of the show that has previously aired on BBC3 and TLC.
E4 has ordered a Pimp My Ride-style car makeover format from Electric Ray.
E4 drama The Aliens has been cancelled by Channel 4 after just one series.
The complete shortlist for the Broadcast Digital Awards 2016 has been revealed ahead of next month’s ceremony, with E4 hoping to retain its Channel of the Year crown.
An E4 comedy horror series from the creator of Misfits has become the broadcaster’s second drama to be co-produced by Netflix.
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