• Line of Duty season five will starting filming in 2018: Everything you need to know

    It has been confirmed that Line of Duty will begin filming season five later this year! ITV's award-winning police procedural drama, which has grown in popularity since its premiere in 2012, follows a group of police officers from AC-12, the anti-corruption unit, as they uncover corruption from within the police force. Speaking to RadioTimes about the upcoming season, Adrian Dunbar, who plays Superintendant Ted Hastings, said: "We'll be shooting the next series at the end of this year, some time in the autumn, so sadly we'll all have to wait until 2019 to find out what happens to us

  • The Crown season 3: sad news for Prince Philip fans

    Fans had been hoping to see Paul Bettany join the new cast of The Crown, playing an older Prince Philip. The Wimbledon star was hotly tipped as the front-runner to replace Matt Smith, however Deadline reports that Paul, 46, is no longer a contender. The actor was apparently in negotiations over the weekend but has since pulled out of talks for an unknown reason. Meanwhile, Olivia Colman is confirmed to play the Queen in season three and four of the Netflix drama. She will take over Claire Foy, who has won multiple accolades for her portrayal of the young monarch,

  • Eamonn Holmes reunited with Ruth Langsford on This Morning following illness

    Eamonn Holmes is back on This Morning – and he was certainly missed! The TV presenter made a return to the ITV daytime show alongside his wife Ruth Langsford on Friday, having been absent from events over the past week due to ill health. Prior to going on air, Ruth posted a video of her husband learning his lines on set, which she captioned: "@Eamonnholmes OBE is back! @ThisMorning." Ruth was heard saying in the clip: "Look who's back! I've got him honey and lemon." Viewers were equally delighted to see Eamonn again, with many taking to Twitter after

  • EastEnders is cancelled tonight – but here's how you can watch it

    Bad news for EastEnders fans! The popular soap has been bumped from its Friday night slot and been replaced by the FA Cup match between Yeovil Town and Manchester United. The game will be broadcast on BBC One at 7:30pm, straight after The One Show, when EastEnders was originally scheduled. To make up for Friday night's missed episode, the BBC aired an extra episode on Wednesday; viewers can catch up on the episode on iPlayer. The long-standing soap normally runs on weekdays, apart from Wednesday night. The TV schedule will resume next week at the usual time of 8pm. Mick and

  • Gemma Atkinson reunites with Emmerdale cast: 'Missed you all so much'

    Gemma Atkinson had the best night on Thursday! Not only did she win her first glitterball trophy on the Strictly Come Dancing Live Tour, but she was reunited with her Emmerdale co-stars. The actress – who played Carly Hope in the ITV soap – was delighted to see her friends come to support her as she participated in the show. Taking to her Instagram account, Gemma shared a photo of her with Danny Miller (Aaron Dingle), Amy Walsh (Tracey Metcalfe) and Michelle Hardwick (Vanessa Woodfield). The picture was accompanied with the caption: "Reunited!!!!! @danny_b_miller @amyvwalsh @missmichellehardwick missed you all

  • Rochelle Humes outsmarted by child who calls out 'surprise' live on This Morning

    They say that you should never work with children or animals, and this was hilariously proved right for Rochelle Humes on Friday's This Morning, when an adorable eight-year-old managed to ruin the 'surprise' segment of the show. Rochelle had gone to visit Dania at her school to award her with a young carers accolade for looking after her mum Isobel, with co-host Ruth Langsford revealing beforehand: "We are going live to Dania's school, she knows nothing about this." However, things didn’t go quite to plan when Dania revealed live on air that she was already aware of the visit. Rochelle