When is The Lying Game coming back to Channel 5? It's been gone for ages.
Oh, the tangled web that Channel 5 weaves - the second half of this teen drama's first season was originally supposed to receive its UK debut back in July, but the new episodes were ultimately pushed back in the schedule by *two months*. Harsh times for Lying Game fans.
But the wait is finally over - Emma and Sutton are back, with new episodes of The Lying Game set to screen on 5* from Thursday, September 6 at 8pm - yes, just one week to go!
We kick off with episode eleven, 'O Twin, Where Art Thou?' and Emma having gone through with her plan to pretend to be Sutton at Sutton's own birthday party. But will her ruse be blown wide open?
A Touch of Cloth was bloody hilarious. Are there going to be more episodes?
We thought Sky1's cop spoof was pretty darn funny too (Our favourite exchange - "You're gay?" "Bi, Jack." "No, don't leave - it's none of my business.") so we're thrilled to confirm that two more instalments are on the way from Charlie Brooker and his team...
"It's exciting - we're shooting the second one at the moment," Brooker told us of Cloth's return, which is provisionally titled Cloth Undercover. "It's different - all armed robbers and bank heists and action."
"We go undercover into this gang of bank robbers," star John Hannah confirmed. "They're sort of Point Break style robbers and Cloth has to go undercover. They've taken all those bank robbery clichés - the initiation into the gang, going undercover - and it's bigger in scale. It's certainly ambitious."
True Blood season five has ended in the US. Any chance we'll get it any time soon?
Very soon indeed. Fans of the Bon Temps bloodsuckers have just two and a bit weeks to wait until True Blood returns to FX on Monday, September 17 at 10pm.
Expect some huge - and we mean *huge* - shocks across the spooky / sexy thriller's latest twelve episodes, plus an absolutely awesome guest turn from Law & Order: SVU veteran Christopher Meloni, who plays powerful vampire Roman...
Are we going to get Boss - Kelsey Grammer's show - in the UK, please?
No time soon, we're afraid. For those of you who aren't aware, Grammer - best known for playing cuddly Frasier Crane on Cheers and later his own hit show - is currently busy breaking the mould on Boss, which airs on Starz in the US.
Grammer has won plenty of plaudits - as well as a Golden Globe - for his portrayal of ruthless Chicago mayor Tom Kane, but unfortunately Boss doesn't have the ratings to match the acclaim.
Understandably, UK broadcasters are nervous about picking up a show that doesn't make much of an impact, ratings-wise - Boss has been given a second season, which recently started airing in the US, but viewership has fallen further, so we doubt Mayor Kane will be taking his campaign across the Atlantic any time soon.
Gutted that the American Office is ending. When is it back in the UK?
Us too! We don't want to bid farewell to the Scranton screw - and is it too much to hope for a Steve Carell cameo in the series finale?
As for new episodes over here, Comedy Central has now confirmed that season seven, part two begins on Wednesday, October 17 at 10pm. For those of you with poor arithmetic, that means we've got just under seven weeks to wait until we get to enjoy the final(?) exploits of Michael Scott...
Is the Blake's 7 remake really happening? I'll believe it when I see it...
The latest effort to remake Terry Nation's beloved space opera certainly does seem to be progressing at a fairly swift rate - last we heard, the revamp was being shopped to US networks, but it's since emerged that US network Syfy has picked up the project.
So it looks like, unlike Sky1's ill-fated attempt, this new Blake's 7 might actually make it to our screens. You can read our thoughts on the reboot - from Heroes writer Joe Pokaski and Casino Royale director Martin Campbell - right here...
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