In this new section we’ll be keeping you up to date with all the latest TV news.
Firstly and sadly the BBC have decided not to recommission Kitchen based comedy Whites starring Alan Davies. The show’s cancellation came as a surprise to star Alan Davies who has started his #bringbackwhites campaign through his twitter account. It also comes as news of other BBC2 comedies such as Simon Amstell’s Grandma’s House will return for a second series alongside Roger and Val have just got in.
In other Alan Davies news the BBC have revealed that QI will move back to its original home of BBC2 for the next series.
Monroe star James Nesbitt has said he would be open to a Cold Feet reunion, rumours of which have been swirling in recent years. The series ended back in 2003 with Helen Baxendale’s character Rachel killed in a car crash.
The Americans have announced the latest Brit series to get their touch will be Channel 4’s short-lived comedy Free Agents. With Simpsons star Hank Azaria cast in the role previously held by Stephen Mangan. Free Agents is being produced by Kenton Allen, who worked on the British series, and Party Down co-creator John Enbom. In other Stephen Mangan news his American/British sitcom Episodes co-starring Matt Le Blanc will return for a second series in 2011.
Following the huge success of the original series on Channel 4 have announced that we can expect more Gypsy related TV. With Big Fat Gypsy Christmas slated and ready for Christmas broadcast and in other wedding news ITV have announced they will air two documentaries about this April’s Royal Wedding. One of the 60-minute features will look at the couple’s relationship, while the other will focus on the marriage of Prince Charles and Diana.
Both When Kate Met William and Charles and Diana: The Wedding of the Century will serve as part of the broadcaster’s coverage of the April 29 nuptials. Exact transmission details for both programmes have not been revealed.