‘Gormenghast’ Series Lands at Showtime With Neil Gaiman, Akiva Goldsman Producing

The planned adaption of Mervyn Peake’s “Gormenghast” book series has found a home at Showtime. The premium cabler has given the project a script-to-series order and will co-produce along with ...

All3Media International Inks First-Look Deal With Stephen Mangan & Louise Delamere’s Slam Films

All3media International has signed an exclusive first-look deal with Slam Films, the scripted TV indie led by Episodes star Stephen Mangan and actor-producer Louise Delamere (No Angels). The ...

Doctor Who: Toby Whithouse responds to showrunner rumours

Could Toby Whithouse be the next Doctor Who showrunner? “No-one has asked me, no-one has approached me,” he has said… There’s no indication that Steven Moffat will be leaving Doctor Who any time ...

Ordinary Lies: Shaun Dooley talks hit BBC One drama's storming finale

Ordinary Lies has become one of BBC One's most talked-about new drama series of 2015, with viewers hooked as writer Danny Brocklehurst weaved in-and-out of the lives of the staff at Js car dealership. ...

Tom Ellis Lands Leading Role In Fox’s Lucifer Pilot

Fox’s Lucifer pilot has bagged its horned antihero in the shape of Welsh actor, Tom Ellis. Known for his extensive television work in the UK, Ellis made waves in a variety of popular British shows ...

Nursing Comedy No Angels Is Yet Another British Show Getting An American Remake

The sheer volume of British television shows that receive the U.S. reboot treatment continues to baffle me, mainly because the majority are often massive flops. Much like the recent Guardians Of The ...

'No Angels': Channel 4 nurses drama to get Us remake

No Angels is to be remade for Us television. The Channel 4 drama - which followed four nurses living in Leeds - will be adapted by My Name Is Earl writers Kat Likkel and John Hoberg for ABC, reports ...

10 screenwriters we'd like to see Doctor Who episodes from

Feature Andrew Blair 2 Apr 2013 - 08:30 Andrew offers up ten screenwriting names on our wishlist for appearing on the front of future Doctor Who scripts... Gone are the days where you could send a ...

Sarker "fighting" for 'No Angels' return

Casualty actress Sunetra Sarker has revealed that she and her former fellow co-stars are "fighting" for a new series of Channel 4's No Angels. The 35-year-old, who is currently appearing as high ...