This week it’s been announced the second series of Broadchurch will begin on ITV on January 5.
I was absolutely hooked by the first series, I thought it was a brilliant drama, even if we did all guess whodunnit!
Well now there’s more good news for fans as a series of digital short stories tied into each episode of the new series are being released.
Each e-book will be released at midnight following the Monday night episode and will include characters featured in that night’s episode, delving deeper into their lives.
I think this is a brilliant idea!
George Clooney is working on a new TV series set at a Hollywood film studio during the 1990s.
Apparently it’s a dark comedy looking at the movie business through the eyes of the studio bosses running the studio.
At the moment Clooney is in talks with various TV networks but I would expect them to jump at the chance to work with the Oscar winner.
Clooney will be producing the show but we don’t know at this stage if he’ll appear in the series.
Game of Thrones fans, Westeros needs you!
Fans are being invited to submit artwork, songs, photographs, recipes and stories to be part of a new official compendium of the show.
All submissions must pertain to events that took place during series one to four of the TV series (so you can’t include anything from A Dance with Dragons).
Fans whose work is chosen will receive a copy of the book with their name listed as a contributor.
To find out more visit gameofthronescompendium.com. The book should be released in 2015.
Helena Bonham Carter and Rebecca Hall are to star in a new HBO drama from Steve McQueen.
Codes of Conduct is about New York’s high society.
If the pilot becomes a series (and with that calibre of talent involved it definitely should) it would be Bonham Carter’s first series regular role.
She’s expected to play a society maven whilst Hall will star as the eldest child of a New York billionaire.
Former Frasier actress Peri Gilpin is returning to TV in a new sitcom for NBC.
The show, called Mr Robinson, stars Craig Robinson as a teacher with Gilpin playing the school principal.
The show also features Spencer Grammer, daughter of Kelsey.
Gilpin is, of course, best known for playing Ros in Frasier.
David Hasselhoff is launching his own app.
It’s called Hoff Zombie Beach and the game involves Hoff defending a beach from a wave of mutant zombies.
He’ll be promoting the app at the Apple Store on Regent Street on December 15.
Yep, that’s George Clooney on the set of Downton Abbey.
He’s joining the cast for a one-off special that will be broadcast on ITV as part of the broadcaster’s annual fundraiser, Text Santa.
And if that small glimpse of George with the Lord isn’t enough, ITV have kindly released a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it clip.
Text Santa is on ITV on December 19.
Strictly judge Len Goodman will be signing copies of his book Dancing Around Britain at Waterstones in Leadenhall Market on December
5. In the book, Len reminisces, through rare images and golden memories, about Britain’s old ballrooms, classic songs and iconic movie moments.
Glee’s Chris Colfer has signed a new five-book deal for his Land of Stories books.
Colfer launched the series in 2012 and has already released three sequels with another due out next year.
As part of his new deal he’ll write the fifth and final book in the franchise plus some spin-offs before turning his attention to a new Young Adult novel about a young television actor, who is joined by fans on a once-in-a-lifetime cross-country road trip.
Brad Pitt is set to introduce Rihanna at a big fundraising gala in aid of her Clara Lionel Foundation.
Pitt and talk show host Jimmy Kimmel will introduce Rihanna’s performance at the event in Beverly Hills on December 11.
“It is such an honour to have Jimmy Kimmel host this event,” Rihanna said in a statement.
“There is no one more hilarious to make the first annual Diamond Ball an incredible night. I’m blessed by his support. Brad Pitt is not only a phenomenal talent, but I admire him and am inspired by his philanthropic work,” she added.