• EastEnders viewers think they've 'missed an episode' after bizarre Ben Mitchell exit

    EastEnders viewers were left confused following Monday night's installment of the BBC soap. Fans were convinced that they had "missed an episode" after Ben Mitchell's surprise exit. Last week, the Walford favourite, played by Harry Reid, was on a ship to Calais where he bumped into Melanie Owen, with Ciara Maguire keeping a close eye on their dealings. But on Monday's episode, both Mel and Ciara had teleported back to England as they discussed their "deal" involving Mel's son Hunter's whereabouts. Ben Mitchell has officially left Walford EastEnders: Harry Reid is leaving Ben Mitchell role Viewers went to Twitter to vent their

  • Cheryl returning to The X Factor 2018: confirmed

    Cheryl is set to make a full-time return to The X Factor in 2018, host Dermot O'Leary has revealed. TV host Dermot confirmed the news in an interview with Metro, simply stating: "Cheryl's going to come back.”"The mum-of-one hasn't appeared as a judge on the show since 2015, but she did make a special cameo last year, joining Simon Cowell for the judges' houses. But if for some reason, she doesn't return, Dermot knows exactly who he'd like to take her place – Mariah Carey. "If it wasn't Cheryl, I would love Mariah," he shared. "It would be a whole new

  • Suranne Jones reveals uncertainty over Doctor Foster series 3: 'The reaction was split, that hurt'

    Suranne Jones has admitted she is uncertain whether Doctor Foster will return for a third series. The 39-year-old, who plays leading lady Gemma Foster in the BBC drama, revealed that she felt "hurt" with the mixed reaction over the second series, particularly when viewers suggest that show was "guilty pleasure TV". She told The Sunday Times: "It was so split, with people saying, 'This is ridiculous, this is a romp, this is crazy - but I'll watch it.'" Suranne Jones has hinted that series 3 of Doctor Foster is not on the cards Doctor Foster star Tom looks unrecognisable in real

  • Everything you need to know about Call the Midwife season seven

    Call the Midwife, a popular show that follows a group of midwives in the 1960s, is set to return to our screens on BBC One, Sunday 21 January at 8pm. The upcoming series will see the new cast addition of Lucille Anderson, who will be played by Leonie Elliot. The popular series has proved a hit with viewers, so much so that it has already been confirmed that the show will continue to 2020. Speaking about the new character, writer Heidi Thomas told the Mirror: "Obviously, one has to address these issues of racial prejudice whether they're personal or institutional.

  • Mystery of James Middleton at Dancing on Ice revealed

    The Duchess of Cambridge's younger brother James Middleton made a surprise appearance on TV on Sunday, leaving some fans puzzled as to why he was watching Dancing on Ice. The reason is simple; James was supporting his long-term girlfriend Donna Air, who is competing in this year's competition. Cameras panned to James, proudly sitting in the audience, after Donna finished her routine with pro partner Mark Hanretty. The businessman was pictured applauding his girlfriend and beaming as he watched on. While rumours of a split were rife last year, James, 30, and Donna, 38, couldn't be happier. Because of recent