• Benidorm creator confirms the show has been axed

    Benidorm creator Derren Litten has confirmed that the hit ITV comedy show has been axed after 10 series. In a message posted on Twitter on Sunday, Derren thanked fans for all their support, and revealed that the last ever episode of Benidorm will air on Wednesday 2 May, when the finale of season 10 is shown on TV. He wrote: "Crazy to think Wednesday will be the last episode of Benidorm! I created the series over 11 years ago, wrote it, guest starred in it and ended up directing it. It's difficult to think what else there is to

  • MasterChef contestants pay tribute to late chef Matt Campbell in the sweetest way

    MasterChef contestants Jamie Park and Tom Peters have joined hundreds of runners to "complete" the London Marathon as a way of paying tribute to former semi-finalist Matt Campbell, who died last Sunday during the race. Matt, who took part in MasterChef: The Professionals in 2017, collapsed at the 22.5 mile mark and later died in hospital, despite receiving immediate medical attention at the scene. The 29-year-old was raising money for The Brathay Trust in memory of his father, and more than £300,000 has since been donated since his tragic death. Matt Campbell died after collapsing at the London Marathon Tom and

  • Prince Louis' surprising connection to Emma Thompson's husband Greg Wise

    Although The Crown season two focused on the early years of the Queen's rule, one-week-old Prince Louis' namesake has already made an appearance in the popular royal show! The little Prince, whose name was announced on Friday, is thought to have been named after Prince Philip's beloved uncle, Lord Louis Mountbatten, Prince Charles' beloved great uncle. The role is played by Emma Thompson's husband, Greg Wise, who has previously appeared in Sense and Sensibility and Johnny English. Greg plays Lord Louis Mounbatten in The Crown In the show, Lord Mountbatten is keen to have the royal family name changed to 'Mountbatten', and

  • How much of the Crown season two actually happened?

    Netflix's historical drama, The Crown, chronicles the shocking events of the Queen's early reign. In season two Her Majesty, who is portrayed impeccably by Claire Foy,struggles with both her personal and work life thanks to Prince Philip's restlessness and the political turmoil in the UK. Ahead of season three, we have taken a look at the events of season two to find out what is fact and what is fiction so you don't have to! So which parts of The Crown actually took place in history, and which were embellished for the drama? We answer your most pressing questions

  • The Woman in White viewers point out mistake – but did you notice?

    Fans of The Woman in White spotted a major error in the show on Sunday night – but did you see it? The miniseries, which will air its third episode on Monday, saw Walter Hartright manage to travel to Cumberland (Cumbria) from London overnight, which would have been difficult back in 1859 given that the mode of transport was horse and carriage, and the distance between the cities is 239 miles! Joking about the error on Twitter, one viewer wrote: "He got up from London quickly. Can't possibly have gone on a Virgin train," while a second tweeted of

  • Everything you need to know about the Royal Wives of Windsor

    Ahead of the highly-anticipated wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on 19 May, ITV has taken a look at the many royal women who married into the most famous family in the world, and how today's society has completely changed the monarchy's standard traditions in a way that wouldn't have been possible even one generation ago. Here's everything you need to know about Monday night's documentary, The Royal Wives of Windsor… Historians will look back at royal brides Meghan's unconventional roots as an American divorcee who has made a successful career as an actress could once have been enough