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E4 will take to the slopes with a companion series for Channel 4 celebrity winter sports format The Jump.
Channel 4 has signed a multi-season deal with Sony Pictures Television for its US sitcom, The Goldbergs.
Viral content panel show Virtually Famous will return for two more series for E4.
Watch clips of the Objective-produced prank show
Channel 4 has acquired youth-skewing drama Jane The Virgin after striking a deal with CBS Studios International.
E4 is to attempt to fix the nation’s worst tattoo disasters in a one-off doc from Studio Lambert.
E4 had the highest-rated, non-repeat homegrown show of the week: Hollyoaks on Monday at 7pm with 994,000/6%
Retort has been commissioned to produce a comedy series for E4 about a God-fearing twenty-something woman dealing with growing up.
Emerging comedy trio WitTank, who have appeared on BBC3’s Live At The Electric, are developing a sitcom for E4.
Architectural designer Charlie Luxton is to explore unusual homes along Britain’s coastline in a More4 series from True North.
E4 achieved its best-ever share of 16-34 year-old viewers over the first half of 2014 on the back of US imports and original shows, such as Made in Chelsea.
After more than 630,000 recorded and watched, The 100 finished on 2.5 million/10%, making it E4’s best title for nearly two years
E4 has strengthened its comedy slate with a hidden-camera series in which people are pranked by machines such as photo booths and electronic road signs.
E4’s latest US import, sci-fi series The 100, launched with an epic 1.7 million
MONDAY: E4’s latest US acquisition The 100 has become the digital channel’s biggest ever programme launch, beating the previous high set by Skins.
In 2015, Hollyoaks will be 20 years old; but despite recent upstarts like the big bang theorists, it remains a perky stalwart of E4’s schedule
Channel 4 chief executive David Abraham has lifted the lid on the broadcaster’s 10,000-strong online panel being used to test programme ideas and titles.
The recent round of series culls in the US left The Big Bang Theory untouched and barging on for more
It’s likely that E4 whirled a jig of delight when The Big Bang Theory was awarded three more seasons.
Norwegian thriller Mammon opened on More4 with an audience of 255,000 on Friday, below the digital channel’s slot average.
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