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Sony Channel Takes Linear Rights To ‘The Night Shift’ Season 4

The Night Shift is returning to its long-time UK home. Sony Channel has secured the linear broadcast rights to the fourth season of the NBC medical drama after striking a deal with international distributor Sony Pictures Television.

Susan Calman Heading For ‘Strictly Come Dancing’

Susan Calman is heading for the dance floor. The Scottish comedian has signed up for the fifteenth season of BBC One's Strictly Come Dancing. The news was announced earlier today on Radio 2’s Jeremy Vine show.

ITV’s ‘Cold Feet’ Adds Siobhan Finneran

ITV's Cold Feet is adding to its cast. Siobhan Finneran (Happy Valley, Downton Abbey) has boarded the seventh season of the series, which is set to premiere next month. She will play Nikki Kirkbright, a Cheshire housewife that seems to have it all - money, big house and big hair. But something isn't quite right. David meets Nikki through his career in personal finance and the two soon develop a close bond.

BBC Three Targets ‘Love Island’ Audience With ‘Croatia 2017: The Brits Are Coming’

BBC Three is setting their sights on the Love Island audience with similarly themed series Croatia 2017: The Brits Are Coming. Croatia 2017 follows young Brits as they embark on the holiday of a lifetime in the increasingly popular party destination. The series promises "British banter", unexpected holiday drama and maybe even some summer romances.

BBC Two To Broadcast ‘Hamlet’ West End Production Starring Andrew Scott

The BBC is bringing some more critically acclaimed theatre to the small screen. BBC Two has announced plans to broadcast the West End production of William Shakespeare’s Hamlet, directed by Robert Icke and starring Andrew Scott (Sherlock), which recently transferred to the Harold Pinter Theatre for a limited season following a sell-out run at the Almeida this year.

‘The Lie Detective’ Lines Up International Sales

Channel 4's factual reality series The Lie Detective, produced by True North, has lined up a slew of international sales a year after it first premiered in the UK.