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Bear Grylls will push celebrities to their limits for his new ITV show Mission Survive.
Atlantis has been cancelled by the BBC after just two series.
Heather Mills has said her prosthetic leg could cause her to spin in mid-air if she tries to jump too far when she takes part in Channel 4′s winter sports contest The Jump.
Broadcasters have published new plans for TV election debates, including leaders of seven UK political parties.
Pam St. Clement and Barbara Windsor will be reunited again in a special series to be broadcast in the run up to the soap's 30th anniversay next month.
David Duchovny would be interested in reprising his X-Files role if the hit TV show is revived.
A clue as to who killed Lucy Beale on EastEnders is to be revealed at the National Television Awards tonight.
Production companies Avalon and Hat Trick have approached the BBC Trust with a proposal that they buy BBC Three from the corporation.
In a mark of respect for Anne Kirkbride, filming on the set of Coronation Street been stopped for the day.
Coronation Street star Anne Kirkbride, who played the character Deirdre Barlow in the long-running television soap, has died aged 60 after a short illness.
Producers of Coronation Street have dropped actress Katie Redford from the show, after it emerged she gave a false age to win a part as a 14-year-old.
Broadcasting regulator Ofcom is to take no action over an edition of The Jeremy Kyle Show which featured the f-word during a daytime edition which was pre-recorded.
Actor, rapper and stand-up star Richard Blackwood will make his EastEnders debut during the show's 30th birthday celebrations next month.
Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and David Walliams have confirmed they have signed up once again to join Simon Cowell as judges on TV hit Britain’s Got Talent.
BBC Three has cancelled its supernatural drama series In The Flesh.
Top Gear is to be given a global launch for its new series with a simultaneous broadcast in more than 50 countries.
Ross Kemp has confirmed he will not be involved in EastEnders' 30th anniversary celebrations - he is simply too busy.
Strictly Come Dancing’s Darcey Bussell is to become a judge for another TV contest as she joins the panel for BBC Young Dancer 2015.
Filming has begun in Cardiff for series 9 of Doctor Who and includes a star-studded guest cast.
Dermot O'Leary has cast doubt on his X Factor future - saying that he might not return as host this year.
Sky Sports will dedicate an entire channel to the ICC Cricket World Cup, from the first to the last day of the biggest one-day event in the international cricket calendar.
The scriptwriter and producer Brian Clemens, responsible for TV hits such as The Avengers, New Avengers and The Professionals, has died aged 83.
ITV's 1940s detective drama Foyle's War is to end after 13 years, the broadcaster has announced.
Ken Morley has been "removed" from the Celebrity Big Brother house for using "unacceptable and offensive" language.
Channel 4 today announced Domino’s, the pizza delivery company, will sponsor Lime Pictures produced Hollyoaks from Monday January 2.
A former Royal Marine who was severely injured in Afghanistan is among six “real-life heroes” taking part in a Strictly Come Dancing Comic Relief special.
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