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Viewers of Bodyguard on Sunday night were left in shock in the fourth episode when it was revealed that the Home Secretary, Julia Montague, didn't survive the bomb blast in episode three, leaving her personal protection officer, David Budd, devastated and guilt-ridden by her loss. While some fans took to Twitter to discuss their shock at the female lead of the show being killed off in the fourth episode of the six episode miniseries, others were not entirely convinced that she is dead at all. In fact, one eagle-eyed viewer was quick to point out that even her name
Want to hear the good news first? The BBC have announced that Poldark has officially started filming season five. The bad news is that they have also confirmed that the fifth series will be the show's last. The popular period drama was based on the 12 novels by Winston Graham, and season four was based on the author's seventh novel in the series, The Angry Tide, before going on a ten-year hiatus before the eighth novel, The Stranger from the Sea. Season five will be the show's last Speaking about what to expect from season five, the showrunner Debbie Horsfield
The Cry trailer is here and Jenna Coleman has already been praised for portrayal of devastated mother
The first trailer for the much-anticipated drama The Cry has been released, and fans have already praised Jenna Coleman's portrayal of a devastated mother trying to find her child after he goes missing. The BBC tweeted the first trailer, which aired after Bodyguard on Sunday night, and wrote: "What's the worst thing that can happen to a mother? @Jenna_Coleman_ is Joanna in #TheCry. Coming soon to BBC One." Twitter users were clearly impressed by the Doctor Who actress in the trailer, with one writing: "Jenna Coleman is a truly amazing actress." Will you watch The Cry? Another person wrote: "This looks
Former Strictly Come Dancing head judge Len Goodman has revealed he thinks Brendan Cole should be on the show this year. The new series, which launched at the weekend, was the first time Brendan has not appeared on the BBC programme since its inception in 2004. "I think Strictly would have been better with him than without him," Len confessed on Lorraine. He also opened up about their on-screen debates, saying: "I liked the fact that we clashed. If you're not careful the judges come over like bullies picking on people that can't defend themselves. The celebrities are a bit
Strictly Come Dancing pro Karen Clifton has received hundreds of comments from her fans who can't wait to see how far she goes in this year's series. But one message that stood out from the crowd was from her former dance partner Mark Wright. Karen and Mark were paired on the show in 2014, making it to the final and finishing in fourth place. Reminiscing on the good old days, Mark tweeted: "Seeing all the @bbcstrictly pairings has just given me goosebumps. Guys you are about the have the most incredible few months. Be prepared, it's gruelling, petrifying but amazing.
What a week for TV! Barely a day will go by without an awesome new period drama, edge-of-your-seat thriller, or fascinating documentary to sink your teeth into, and we have put together our top picks for the week. So from John Simm's new drama to that new fantasy show that is not one to miss, check out our favourite choices for this week's television, from Monday 10 September to Sunday 16 September… Monday Black Earth Rising – 9pm on BBC Two After Kate Ashby was adopted in Britain following the horrific Rwandan genocide, she grows at odds with her adoptive mother, Eve,
Ruth Langsford - just like every other Strictly fan - was watching the BBC One dance show on Saturday night, eager to find out the celebrity and pro dance pairings. But when it came to seeing who her former dance partner Anton Du Beke would be paired with, the This Morning host couldn’t help but feel a little jealous when she found out it was Susannah Constantine. On Monday's Loose Women while discussing the brand new Strictly series, Ruth confessed: "I'm green with envy. I literally almost couldn’t watch it." Ruth then contacted them both via social media via
As the end of the year draws ever closer we’re hearing more about the upcoming series of I’m A Celebrity. Holly Willoughby will be heading to the jungle this year, presenting alongside Declan Donnelly whilst Ant McPartlin continues his recovery. Among the stars rumoured to be joining them in the outback are Real Housewives of Cheshire star Christine McGuinness, who revealed her fear of creepy crawlies on This Morning in 2018: "I'm petrified of everything, it'd be like having Helen Flanagan back on there again". Also on the list is DIY SOS presenter Nick Knowles, who has revealed he
Downton Abbey fans can rejoice as filming for the movie is well and truly underway! Speaking at the Help for Heroes event at Highclere Castle over the weekend, Hugh Bonneville - who plays Lord Grantham in the beloved period drama - opened up about the highly-anticipated production and confirmed two amazing guest cameos - Imelda Staunton and David Haig. Imelda, who is better known for playing Dolores Umbridge in the Harry Potter franchise, happens to be the real-life wife of Jim Carter, aka Mr Carson. "We start filming again on Monday," revealed Hugh. "We did the read through last
On Saturday night, Strictly viewers watched on as Anton Du Beke and Susannah Constantine were paired together on the first live show of the series. And while Susannah herself has been the first to say that she can't dance, her new teacher thinks quite differently! Chatting to reporters including HELLO! on the red carpet at the TV Choice Awards on Monday night, Anton opened up about their very first day of training. He said: "First day today, it was great. I will tell you, after today, I think there is a long run for us because she is absolutely