• First look at Dancing on Ice 2019 is finally here! See the photos

  • Find out which royal family event has just been voted the best TV moment of 2018

    There have been some seriously amazing TV moments that have gotten us all talking this year - from gripping dramas to football (almost, ALMOST) coming home! However, there was one iconic royal event which topped them all. In a recent poll done by ScS, it was revealed that the number one TV moment as voted by the British public was the royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle back in May. Meghan and Harry's wedding was voted the best TV moment of 2018 Of course it was a television event to remember, from Meghan's stunning wedding gown to the adorable

  • Lisa Riley on how she overcame crippling panic attacks to return to Emmerdale

    The New Year is shaping up to be Lisa Riley's best yet. The 42-year-old star is happier than ever and in just a week's time she will make her comeback on hit ITV soap Emmerdale. But preparing to reprise her role as Mandy hasn't been easy, with the star revealing she's had to overcome a lot to make it possible. Speaking to The Mirror, Lisa has opened up about the reasons behind her leaving the soap 17 years ago. "It was a hard time for me, terrible. I couldn't deal with fame, I couldn't cope with it. I had the most

  • Fans react to Black Mirror's terrifying first ever interactive episode, Bandersnatch 

    It was reported earlier this year that Black Mirror had plans to drop one of television's first ever interactive episodes, and after the trailer was released for the Christmas special, Bandersnatch, fans speculated that this would be the episode in which viewers would be able to choose the fate of the characters, marking a new era of how to watch shows. Fan's theories were confirmed on Friday when the episode was released, putting viewers in the driving seat, with the journeys taken while watching the show being a "direct result of your decisions". What will you choose? The official synopsis from Netflix

  • The ABC Murders gets mixed views ahead of finale 

    While the BBC's tradition of airing an Agatha Christie drama over Christmas is a television highlight for many, this year's offering, The ABC Murders, has received a mixed reception from fans. While some think that the darker adaptation of the popular murder mystery novel was an excellent move, with John Malkovich playing an older Hercule Poirot an inspired choice, others believe that the adaptation is too gritty for an Agatha Christie show. Rupert Grint plays Inspector Crome READ: The top 10 Christmas movies of all time One person wrote: "Don't rewrite and break the Poirot backstory, don't make the plots darker than

  • Olivia Colman wasn't allowed to cry as the Queen while filming The Crown 

    Olivia Colman has revealed that she struggled not to cry while filming The Crown - the one thing the Queen very rarely does in public. Chatting on the Graham Norton Show, the actress admitted that she finds it difficult not to cry while filming and so the crew came up with a helpful way to stop her from getting too emotional! She said: "If someone says something sad I can't help myself and start crying, which is not what The Queen does, so they film quite a lot of the back of my head on those days and they've

  • Danny Dyer reveals heartbreaking reason behind EastEnders break

    EastEnders actor Danny Dyer has opened up about the reason he had to take a hiatus from the much-loved BBC soap earlier in the year. Bosses at the time blamed 'exhaustion' for the break, following Danny's erratic behaviour at the National Television Awards. But Danny, who flew to South Africa during his absence from the show, has now given details about why he took time away from playing The Vic landlord Mick Carter. Chatting with co-star Jake Wood on his Pound For Pound boxing podcast, Danny said: "I had a few nutty years. When you have a bit of