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BBC One Renews ‘The Split’ For Third & Final Season

It's the end of the road for The Split. BBC One has renewed Abi Morgan’s divorce lawyers drama for a third and final season. The renewal comes after the show's second season managed an audience of over six million viewers. SundanceTV is on-board to co-produce the the show's final season for the U.S. market.

Ben Whishaw Set As Lead In BBC Two’s ‘This Is Going To Hurt’

Ben Whishaw (London Spy, James Bond) has been set as the lead in This Is Going To Hurt, BBC Two's adaptation of Adam Kay's bestselling diaries documenting his time as a junior doctor. He will play a fictionalised version of Kay.

Sky Atlantic & HBO Order Crime Drama ‘Landscapers’, Olivia Colman To Star

Sky Atlantic and HBO have teamed together to commission Landscapers, a four episode true crime drama about Susan and Christopher Edwards. Olivia Colman (The Crown) is attached to star in the series, which is being penned by her husband Ed Sinclair.

BBC Two Orders Adaptation Of Adam Kay’s Junior Doctor Diaries ‘This Is Going To Hurt’

BBC Two has given the greenlight to This Is Going To Hurt, an eight episode comedy drama adaptation of the bestselling diaries of junior doctor Adam Kay. This Is Going To Hurt tells the unvarnished truth of life as a junior doctor: the 97-hour weeks, the life and death decisions, the constant tsunami of bodily fluids and the fact the hospital parking meter earns more than you. Set on labour ward, the series delivers a brutally honest depiction of life as a junior doctor on the wards, and the toll the job can take back home.

BBC One Renews ‘The Split’ For Second Season

BBC One has renewed Abi Morgan's divorce lawyers drama The Split for a second season. The renewal announcement came immediately following last night's season one finale. “It’s a delight and a privilege to bring The Split back for series two and to submerge myself once more into the world of Noble, Hale and Defoe and the lives of Hannah and her sisters", Morgan said. "Thank you to the BBC and the enthusiasm of viewers and we look forward to seeing you in 2019.”