Game Of Thrones star Maisie Williams has announced a new role – on RuPaul’s Drag Race UK.
Phoebe Waller-Bridge is bringing her one-woman show – the basis for the hit TV series Fleabag – to the West End.
Fleabag has seen a huge rise in the number of viewers aged 16-34 since it ended last week.
Little Mix’s Jesy Nelson has said she is doing her latest project, a documentary for the BBC exploring body image and mental health, because she “wants to make a change and a difference to other people’s lives”.
A BBC Three series will explore the damaging effect pornography may be having on young people as it follows six British men and women into Spain’s sex industry.
Stacey Dooley’s new make-up show Glow Up has proven to be a hit with viewers after making its debut on BBC Three.
Two documentaries fronted by Strictly Come Dancing winner Stacey Dooley feature in a crop of new commissions announced by BBC Three.
The BBC is launching a “timely” series of programmes encouraging people to cross political divides in a polarised world.
Phoebe Waller-Bridge has said her comedy was an “electrifying” release from the pressures of being a woman.
BBC Three’s Junior Doctors is to return for a fifth season.
The inexperienced teenager tasked with overseeing West Ham United women’s team will have his journey followed in a new BBC Three series.
Sherlock star Andrew Scott will join the cast when Fleabag returns for a second series, the BBC has said.
A documentary about a teenage racing driver who lost both legs after a horror crash is one of four new commissions announced by BBC Three at the Edinburgh TV Festival.
A new BBC series about real-life relationships will follow couples as they bring their sexual and emotional issues to a specially-rigged clinic.
Former Union J star George Shelley is making a documentary about coping with grief and mental health, following the death of his sister a year ago.
BBC Three will use audio reconstruction to “take viewers into the world of people who hear voices” in a new show announced as the online channel gets an extra £10 million investment.
People Just Do Nothing star Lily Brazier is to return as a teenage pop group’s music manager in a new BBC comedy.