• A very exciting detail has just been revealed about Strictly Come Dancing's first live show – and fans are so excited

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    The Emmy Awards took place on Monday night, and the stars of the silver screen were out in force to celebrate a year of brilliant TV shows. The night was filled with excitement (including an actually marriage proposal on the Emmys stage), as we watched our favourite actors, directors and writers be recognised for their work. While Game of Thrones picked up the biggest award of the night – Outstanding drama series, viewers were also delighted to see Thandie Newton scoop up Outstanding supporting in a drama series, while The Crown dominated with seven nominations, with Claire Foy winning

  • What's on streaming – find out our top picks for Netflix, Amazon Prime and NOW TV

    Nothing on TV? If our top picks for this week's TV schedule aren't to your taste, why not try checking out of favourite choices for streaming television? Now that people are staying indoors a little more thanks to the autumnal weather, Netflix, Amazon Prime and NOW TV are introducing some great choices. From real life dramas to psychological thrillers, see our favourite choices here… The Purge – Weekly every Tuesday on Amazon Prime Based on the popular film franchise, this horror series focuses on the 12-hour period where all laws are off and the public can commit any sort of crime

  • Best new movies to see in September: The latest films out this month

    Planning a trip to the cinema? We've rounded up this month's new film releases so you're on top of the latest films out now; from the big blockbusters to the family fun films you can share with your kids too, the rom-coms to the latest films everyone is talking about. So grab your popcorn and your pick n mix and settle in for the new movies coming to a cinema near you. Crazy Rich Asians - out September 14 It's the most talked-about movie of the moment and after breaking box office records stateside, the release date for the UK was

  • TV Edit: Find out the best TV to watch this week - Sep 17-22

    Last week saw the start of some amazing new television, but this week is set to be even better with the highly anticipated return of Strictly Come Dancing and brand new instalments of all your new favourite dramas. From the culinary delights of The Great British Bake Off to the gritty lives of serial killers, check out our picks of the best television shows from Monday 17th September to Sunday 23 September, and feel free to check out our top streaming picks as well... Monday Black Earth Rising - BBC Two, 9pm The second episode of Black Earth Rising looks just

  • A director proposed at the Emmy Awards last night - and there wasn't a dry eye in the house - VIDEO

    Glenn Weiss had the audience at the Emmy Awards on their feet after using his acceptance speech to propose to his girlfriend, Jan. The beautiful moment took place at the ceremony on Monday night, after the director explained to the crowd that his mum had tragically passed away just two weeks earlier, then gave her engagement ring to his new fiancée. He said: "I'm really grateful to be here but it's bittersweet. The person most proud to be here would be my mum and she passed away just two weeks ago… Mum always believed in finding the sunshine in

  • 10 of the best fashion films to watch

    There's nothing better than having a night in curled up on the sofa under a blanket, watching a film. What's even better is when a film gives you proper style inspiration, so get your fashion fix and check out these ten movie classics, with everything from Audrey Hepburn's Givenchy dress in Breakfast at Tiffany's or Alicia Silverstone's plaid ensembles in Clueless. Clueless This 1995 classic is a must-watch, if only for Cher (Alicia Silverstone) and Dionne's matching plaid outfits. Rocking 90s trends from mini-dresses to knee-length socks, Cher's walk-in wardrobe has gained iconic status of its own. Loosely based on

  • Emmerdale spoilers: Moira Dingle tells Matty she killed Emma

    Emmerdale has a lot more drama in store for the residents of the Dales this week, especially for Moira Dingle, who confesses to her son Matty Barton that she killed Emma. Moira also catches Matty and Victoria kissing – but how will she react? Things won't be much better for Charity Dingle either, who will be seen struggling in the aftermath of DI Bails' sentence. Charity will then be reunited with her estranged father Obadiah, who threw her out as a teenager, and their reunion will cause many emotions for both father and daughter. Marlon Dingle also finds himself

  • Blake Lively says she has become funnier since marrying Ryan Reynolds

    Blake Lively has opened up about the one thing her husband, Ryan Reynolds, has helped her with in their marriage. Speaking at the London premiere of her upcoming mystery thriller, A Simple Favour, the former Gossip Girl star revealed to HELLO! that thanks to the Deadpool actor, she has become much funnier. She explained: "My husband comes from improv comedy, so all day long we're teasing each other and having fun, so just being married to him has sharpened my comedy skills unlike any crash course I could take in comedy." Blake at the London premiere of A Simple Favour The

  • Coronation Street spoilers from Monday 24 – 28 September

    Find out everything you need to know about the upcoming episodes of Corrie! In next week's episodes, Weatherfield is full of it's usual drama as Alya goes to confront Josh, meaning that Billy finally has to tell David he's been visiting him, Liz tries to raise money for Hannah, and Steve makes a huge mistake when Tracy offers him a 'free pass' before their wedding. Find out all of the Coronation Street spoilers below... Monday part one Hannah desperately tells Liz that the hospital are denying any wrongdoing, and that if she goes through court to get the money it'll be

  • EastEnders spoilers: Mick Carter fears for his life in prison

    EastEnders residents face another week of doom and gloom next week, as more misery descends upon Albert Square. Mick Carter in particular will be seen struggling to deal with the aftermath of recent events, which saw Stuart Highway accuse him of shooting him, resulting in the pub landlord being sent to prison. Things only get worse for Mick inside when he comes face to face with some nasty characters who are set to cause more trouble. Will Linda be able to clear his name? Meanwhile, Bex Fowler is adamant she wants to drop out of college, while Sharon Mitchell

  • Lethal White by JK Rowling spoiler free review

    I once read JK Rowling describe her Harry Potters as "whodunits in disguise", and indeed they are. Although they are set in a magical world with wands and owls and ambiguous Potions professors, they are loaded with foreshadowing, red herrings and plot twists, and each one, with perhaps the exception of The Order of the Phoenix, with a mystery at its heart; who's trying to get the Philosopher's Stone? Who opened the Chamber of Secrets? Why is Sirius Black trying to find Harry? Who put Harry's name into the Goblet of Fire? The new Strike novel was released on

  • Strictly's Kevin Clifton posts never-before-seen throwback photo doing something he loves

    Kevin Clifton is thinking of all things dance ahead of his first live performance with dance partner Stacey Dooley on Saturday night's Strictly Come Dancing, and so much so, that he decided to go on a trip down memory lane. On Twitter, Kevin posted an adorable throwback photo of himself and his sister Joanne ballroom dancing as children, which he uploaded next to a recent one of the pair as adults. "Yea not much changes @joannaclifton," he wrote in the caption. Fans adored seeing the picture, with one writing: "Fab memories for you both," while another said: "Ah so