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Greg Davies and Alex Horne return to their thrones as two more series of Taskmaster are announced for Dave

It was announced today that multi-award winning broadcaster UKTV has ordered a fourth and fifth series of hit show Taskmaster from Avalon Television for its entertainment channel Dave. BAFTA-nominated Greg Davies will once again assume the role of the Taskmaster with show creator and 2014 Foster's Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee Alex Horne returning as his assistant. With each series increasing from five to eight episodes, the two series recommission (16 x 60") comes after Taskmaster was nominated for Best Entertainment Programme at the 2016 Broadcast Awards. The series was 2015's most watched commission on UKTV Play.

Judge Rinder celebrates two years with new promo

Celebrating two years on ITV, Judge Rinder stars in a brand new promo as the series returns with new episodes on Monday 3rd October. 
 
At the beginning of the promo, Judge Rinder, wearing his judicial gown but posed as a conductor, hushes the orchestra and their instruments as they warm up to play the ‘Judge Rinder’ opening theme tune.
 
Beginning to conduct the orchestra with the same determination and precision that he has within the courtroom, Judge Rinder gradually introduces and guides the musicians to reach a dramatic crescendo. 

My Kitchen Rules UK - First Look



My Kitchen Rules hits our screens this Monday (3 October). See some of the thrills and spills coming up in this first-look clip.

In the all-new competitive cooking series is hosted by two legends of British cuisine - two-time Michelin Star restaurateur and chef Michael Caines, and Queen of home cooks and food writer Prue Leith. They will be joining forces to judge 16 pairs of entrepreneurial amateur cooks who open their own restaurant at home for one ambitious night, in a bid to scoop the £10,000 prize and the right to say, ‘My Kitchen Rules’.

Channel 4 announces Your Face Says It All

Your Face Says It All is a new Specialist Factual series, commissioned by Sara Ramsden for Channel 4, giving unparalleled insight into our greatest defining feature – The Face. With a combination of cutting-edge science, innovative graphics and personal testimony, this genre-busting series will show you the human face as it's never been seen before.

Faces fascinate us, our own, other people's, the stars whose images saturate our world; what makes us look the way we do, why some people look and age better than others, and the judgements we can't help but make. This series celebrates and explores the human face in all its complexity and diversity, young and old, black and white, male, female and transgender – through science, psychology and stars.

The Rocky Horror Picture Show: Let's Do the Time Warp Again to have its exclusive UK and Ireland premiere on Sky Cinema

Get ready to take a walk on the wild side: Sky Cinema celebrates 40 years of Rocky Horror with the exclusive UK and Ireland premiere of The Rocky Horror Picture Show: Let's Do the Time Warp Again.

The feature-length reimagining of the 1975 cult classic will be available for the first time anywhere in the UK and Ireland from Friday 28 October on Sky Cinema - just in time for Halloween.
Sky Cinema launched on 8 July replacing Sky Movies, allowing film fans to enjoy the biggest and best movies all with new and improved HD as standard and even better sound quality.