• Fan have questions following Bodyguard's latest shocking episode

    Bodyguard, the latest thriller drama from BBC One, has had viewers talking thanks to it's intense opening scene, ambiguous characters and compelling storyline, which follows Sergeant David Budd (Richard Madden) as he acts as the personal protective officer for the Home Secretary, Julia Montague (Keeley Hawes). After episode three, which saw the Home Secretary injured while making a speech when a bomb was detonated in the building, fans took to social media to discuss the shocking turn of events, who could have planted a bomb, and whether a mysterious briefcase that was inspected earlier in the episode had anything

  • Vanity Fair's opening episode receives mixed reaction from viewers - find out why

    The much-anticipated period drama, Vanity Fair, premiered on ITV last night, and fans took to social media to discuss the episode. While some loved the opening of the miniseries, which stars Olivia Cooke as heroine Becky Sharpe and boasts of a star-studded cast including Doctor Foster's Suranne Jones as Mrs Pinkerton, others were slightly unsure about the series opening, with some unhappy that the series used CGI. One person wrote: "Had such high hopes for @ITV’s #VanityFair but... CGI in a period drama?" Another person added: "God awful acting in #VanityFair, so forced and more like a sitcom than

  • BBC's Killing Eve is about to become your new obsession - find out everything you need to know

    If you watched Bodyguard on Sunday night, you may have seen the trailer that premiered at the end of the episode for the BBC's upcoming series, Killing Eve. Although the show will be new to BBC Three, and will be released in the UK for the first time in autumn, the series has already picked up a huge fanbase after airing on BBC America back in April, and has already been renewed for a season two. So what is so special about the US import? Find out everything you need to know here... What is Killing Eve about? The story focuses

  • Strictly Come Dancing bosses just made a huge change to this year's series – and it's never been done before

    After calls by many to feature same-sex couples on this year's Strictly Come Dancing, it seems the show's bosses have finally decided to make a welcome change to the 2018 series – since it's thought that the professional dancers will in fact dance in same-sex pairings throughout the show's run. A report from The Sun has revealed that favourites Pasha Kovalev and AJ Pritchard with dance together, as will Karen Clifton and another female professional. Exciting! The move is part of a plan to pave the way for celebrity contestants to dance with a same-sex partner in future series,

  • TV Edit: Find out the best TV to watch this week

    Save time arguing over the remote with your family with a little help from our TV to-watch guide! From reality shows to unmissable dramas to our all-time favourite shows (we're looking at you, Gogglebox), take a look at our top picks for this week's television, from Monday 3 September to Sunday 9 September – we guarantee you'll like what you see, and you won't have to spend forever in front of the TV deciding what to tune into! And in the unlikely event that there's nothing on that is quite your cup of tea, find out more about more

  • Holly Willoughby reveals she and Dec Donnelly will be taking their kids to Australia for I'm a Celebrity

    Following her extended summer break from This Morning, presenter Holly Willoughby was back to business on Monday as she joined co-host Phillip Schofield back on the sofa. The pair started off their new season with the news that Holly is stepping in for Ant McPartlin on this year's I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!. Taking the time to congratulate I'm A Celeb co-host Declan Donnelly on his baby joy, the mum-of-three gushed: "I can't wait for cuddles with her. I think she'll be coming to Australia as well!" Phillip added: "Congratulations to them, absolutely thrilling news." Holly Willoughby

  • Coleen Nolan reveals big career change live on Loose Women

    Coleen Nolan has been a Loose Women panellist for many years, and is now set to make a big change to her career by embarking on an exciting new project. Having grown up in her family's band, The Nolans, Coleen is just as used to singing as she is presenting, and on Monday's episode of the ITV daytime show, she revealed that she will be embarking on her own solo tour – The Never Too Late Tour - for the first time. Speaking live from Manchester, Coleen said: "I am so exciting. Losing Bernie was a massive landmark in

  • Will Bodyguard come back for a second series?

    Although we are just three episodes into the new BBC One drama Bodyguard, the success of the show have sparked discussions about a second series, and the show's creator, Jed Mercurio, has opened up about the possibility of a follow-up to the exciting first series. Speaking to Digital Spy, the show creator, who also created Line of Duty, revealed that it would depend on the success of the show. Chatting about whether he has prepared for a second series, he said: "I'm not projecting that far in the future. I think it's very hard to do that, particularly because

  • Denise Welch says Roxanne Pallett only apologised because she got caught

    Denise Welch delighted Loose Women viewers on Monday by appearing on the ITV daytime show, and her appearance proved an even bigger hit with fans after she had her say on the Roxanne Pallett and Ryan Thomas 'punch gate' that has been hitting headlines over the past few days. Following Roxanne's public apology on the Jeremy Vine show on Monday morning, the panel spoke about the incident, and Denise didn’t hold back on her thoughts. "She's apologised because she was caught out," the 60-year-old said. Denise – who is good friends with Ryan – added: "I feel very strongly

  • Exclusive! Brendan Cole makes exciting announcement involving Strictly Come Dancing

    In an exclusive interview and photoshoot, former Strictly Come Dancing star Brendan Cole has announced that he will be writing a weekly column on the new series of the BBC One dance show for HELLO! magazine online. Brendan will be giving his verdict on everything from the judges' comments to the performances of celebrity contestants. "It's really nice to be joining HELLO!. I'll be open, honest, frank and positive," he said. And he added that he is looking forward to bringing his own opinions to the table – opinions which may clash with those of the Strictly judges. Normally at

  • Emmerdale fans in shock as Lachlan tells Belle Sam Dingle has died

    Emmerdale viewers were left in shock at the end of Monday night's episode, which saw serial killer Lachlan White tell girlfriend Belle Dingle that her brother Sam had died because of him. The dramatic scene saw Belle put the clues together after discovering a blood stained jacket, causing Lachlan to confess that Sam was gone, but that he "didn’t suffer". Lachlan had wanted Sam out of the way after the dad-of-one saw him trying to hide the body of con man Terry. Lachlan White wanted to get rid of Sam Dingle Taking to Twitter, fans were quick to speculate on what

  • Doctor Who star Jacqueline Pearce dies aged 74

    Doctor Who and Blake's 7 actress Jacqueline Pearce has died at the age of 74 after battling lung cancer. Jacqueline passed away at her home in Lancashire, with her friend John Ainsworth confirming the sad news in a statement. He told Press Association on Monday evening: "She was outrageous, she was very honest and very straightforward, which didn't always go down very well, but you knew where you were with her. She liked a glass of champagne and liked everyone to have a good time with her, and of course she was a brilliant actress and everyone who worked