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UKTV’s Gold is bolstering its slate of original scripted comedies with a two-part murder mystery from Crackanory indie Tiger Aspect Productions and Hebburn writer Jason Cook.
MONDAY: Ripper Street came to the end of its debut run on BBC2 with 1m fewer viewers than it gripped on BBC1.
Dennis Quaid is heading to Fortitude as Sky Atlantic’s polar crime drama returns for a second series that will air in January 2017.
Former EastEnders writer Tony Jordon is to create a 90-minute biopic about actress Dame Barbara Windsor’s life to air on BBC1 later this year.
THURSDAY: BBC2’s gangster drama Peaky Blinders easily beat competition from ITV as Grayson Perry struggled to reach 1m viewers on Channel 4.
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.
Tiger Aspect has restructured its senior comedy team to give Ben Cavey, the managing director of its Cave Bear label, an expanded role.
In drawing on the energy and humanity of one individual, writer Peter Bowker and director Julian Farino concocted a one-of-a-kind drama to lift the spirits of even the most cynical viewer.
BBC1’s pre-watershed drama Cuffs has been cancelled after a single series.
Big Talk Productions is to produce an eight-part revival of Cold Feet for ITV, while Mainstreet Pictures has landed a second original drama series for the broadcaster.
WEDNESDAY: Cuffs, BBC1’s first new pre-watershed drama series for eight years, started solidly with 4.2m viewers.
Tiger Aspect executives Will Gould and Frith Tiplady have been promoted to joint managing directors of the producer’s drama division.
Tiger Aspect Productions and New York-based Tenafly Film Company are developing a BBC2 and NBC drama about a group of vigilante Jews who fought fascism in Britain after World War II.
Diverse comedy writers will get the chance to work on a Tiger Aspect development as part of TriForce Creative Network’s second WriterSlam.
There is no agenda to our transgender comedy, but the issue still required sensitive treatment, says Margot Gavan Duffy
FRIDAY: The third series of BBC1 crime drama Ripper Street remained below 3m viewers as it hit its halfway point.
Tiger Aspect’s transgender sitcom created by Elliott Kerrigan and Simon Carlyle
FRIDAY: Ripper Street returned to BBC1 with a slot-winning audience, grilling ITV’s BBQ Champ at 9pm.
UKTV has agreed a deal with Amazon-owned digital audio service Audible to fund the third series of Crackanory.
First-time director and former rally driver Nick Rowland is in the hot seat for the climax of BBC1’s pacy crime series. Adrian Lobb visits him on set
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