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FRIDAY: An hour-long send-off for ITV comedy Vicious sank to its lowest performance yet.
WEEKEND: The second series of sci-fi drama Humans gripped half the audience of the debut as Strictly extended its lead over The X Factor.
Humans producer Chris Fry has joined his old boss Jane Featherstone as an executive producer at Sister Pictures.
The BBC is lining up a Guy Fawkes-inspired drama produced by and starring Game of Thrones’ Kit Harington.
Former Kudos chief Jane Featherstone has landed a BBC drama and an E4 comedy – the first commissions for her fledgling indie Sister Pictures.
BBC1 has ordered a two-part drama set in both the 1940s and the present day from novelist and screenwriter Patrick Gale.
From Ancient Rome to the not-too-distant future of C4’s Humans, via ITV’s crime-solving 1950s vicar, Diederick Santer talks to Robin Parker about meeting diverse demand for drama.
Kudos is to adapt Robert Harris’s Cicero trilogy of Ancient Rome political thrillers as a major international drama series.
Kudos development producer Naomi de Pear has left the Endemol Shine Group company to be reunited with former chief executive Jane Featherstone at her indie Sister Pictures.
MONDAY: Channel 4’s dark comedy Flowers launched in line with Catastrophe, while Marcella rebounded from a series low.
We found the perfect dilapidated old building to match the ‘otherness’ of our characters’ world - but filming upstairs carried a risk that the floors might collapse, says Will Sharpe
Sky has made a multi-million pound bet on drama after ordering six high-profile series featuring talent including Idris Elba, Christina Hendricks, Dawn French and Oscar-winning screenwriter John Ridley.
TUESDAY: The Tunnel returned to Sky Atlantic with around half its debut audience but remained the channel’s biggest series launch of the year.
The Story of Cats producer Plimsoll Productions has partnered with The Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust to offer kids from disadvantaged backgrounds the chance to get into natural history production.
Sky Atlantic has ordered its latest big-budget drama – a crime drama set in the Canadian mountains produced by Kudos.
Working Title Television has hired former Kudos executive Andrew Woodhead as managing director.
Kudos co-chief executive Dan Isaacs is to hook up with his former colleague Jane Featherstone again with Diederick Santer taking sole charge at the Endemol Shine-owned drama indie.
Kudos co-founder Stephen Garrett has launched scripted production business, Character Seven, and begun developing a supernatural series for Hulu.
“Passion is essential, and as long as someone has that for a project, we are happy to develop it”
Former Kudos chief executive Jane Featherstone has established Sister Pictures and the company has secured a co-production credit on the third series of ITV’s Broadchurch.
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