The production company behind hit Aussie dramas Janet King, Underbelly, and ANZAC Girls begins production in 2018 on Pine Gap, which will screen on Netflix and Australia’s ABC.
The classic hit Britcom Are You Being Served? is getting a 21st-century reboot featuring an all-star cast, so longtime and new Brit TV fans can get your laugh on.
Two and a half years after the debut of the Golden Globes® and Primetime Emmy®-nominated The White Queen, Starz has greenlit the miniseries’ sequel, The White Princess.
Polly Hill, Controller of BBC Drama Commissioning, has announced that a new television adaptation of Howards End is amongst several new series being produced for BBC One.
A whole lotta TVing is going on at the BBC and ITV, as both have announced new program commissions. Plus there’s news about a returning show and another whose cast is set.
Amazon has ordered The Collection, a period fashion drama from Primetime Emmy® nominee Oliver Goldstick, for its first UK series commission.
With rumors having run rampant for months, ITV has confirmed that the reboot of Cold Feet, the iconic British TV series centering on the lives of six friends, is on.
BBC One has commissioned two new drama series — His Dark Materials and In the Dark — adapted from the novels by Philip Pullman and Mark Billingham, respectively.
One huge hit deserves another, so BBC One has commissioned a second series of Doctor Foster, the intense drama starring Suranne Jones that took viewers by storm.
Stars of British comedy are set to satirize Rebekah Brooks and the British phone hacking scandal in The Comic Strip Presents… The Red Top!, newly commissioned by UKTV.
Great news! Suranne Jones and Lesley Sharp are reuniting for Scott & Bailey, as ITV has commissioned a three-part special series of the BAFTA-nominated drama featuring the dynamic detective duo.
Sarah Alexander, John Hannah, and Robert Lindsay — no strangers to comedy — plus a spaceship with a cult following, will be returning to telly in new series from UKTV.
Two new event miniseries — the soon-to-premiere Tut and the newly-commissioned Tutankhamun — could prove that Egypt’s boy-king and the man who discovered his tomb are ratings gold.