Any idea when Glee's new season will begin in the UK?
Yes! The game-changing fourth season of Glee - which sees Rachel (Lea Michele) relocate to New York, Kate Hudson and Sarah Jessica Parker make guest appearances, and a whole bunch of newbies arrive at McKinley High - will premiere on Sky1 in early January. Happy New Year to us!
What's more, Sky has promised that there will be no breaks this time around, and we'll have closed the gap on US pace by the end of the season - so the later episodes should be coming mere days after the Yanks get 'em. Now that's something worth singing about.
Have you got any info on the return of Peep Show?
Yes we do. In fact, we've just come back from a sit-down with David Mitchell and Robert Webb themselves, where they spoke at length about the upcoming eighth series of Peep Show.
Unfortunately we can't reveal everything just yet, but there's a few little titbits we can give you - for example, Jeremy won't exactly have made good on his promise at the end of the last series to move out ("I don't think it would quite be Peep Show if Jez ever properly moved out of the flat," Webb told us) and will instead be "making a few pathetic attempts" to go solo throughout the new episodes.
Other storylines coming up include Mark paying for Jeremy to have therapy and Jeremy becoming an irresponsible life coach. Oh, and Peep Show won't be returning on November 9 as previously touted, but will instead be back at the end of the month. Yes, we give with one hand and take away with the other.
I'm loving the new series of Fresh Meat. Please gimme some teasers!
Among the other stuff we discussed in our chat with Mitchell and Webb was uni comedy Fresh Meat, which in its debut series saw Robert cameo as loser geology lecturer Dan. So will he back for its second outing currently playing on Channel 4?
"I'm in one episode this series," he confirmed to DS. "Dan is back and he takes them on a field trip and he's been betrayed by one of them.
"One of [the gang] has complained that he's a s**t teacher. This emerges and he goes a bit crazy." Oh the possibilities!
Can you get anyone to come clean about The Secret of Crickley Hall being pulled?
ally23 certainly seems peeved about the BBC putting the brakes on its Suranne Jones spookfest. While the adaptation of James Herbert's best-selling novel - which also stars Tom Ellis, Douglas Henshall and Donald Sumpter - was originally intended for a timely Halloween airing, it's now been pushed back - just a little...
The Beeb has confirmed to us that, while a new air date is yet to be set in stone, Crickley Hall will be making its way to our screens in the very near future. So cool your jets!
Any news about any UK networks picking up Revolution?
Rather bafflingly, the answer is still no. While new US dramas with rather uncertain futures - the likes of Last Resort and 666 Park Avenue - have already secured UK broadcast deals, one of the few bona fide hits to emerge out of the current crop of new shows is yet to be picked up by anyone, anywhere.
We'd bet our bottom dollar that a UK channel will eventually get those pesky Revolution rights - Watch, which had a hit in Alcatraz until the show was yanked out from beneath them, would seem like a natural fit.
And with NBC recently announcing that Revolution is to go on hiatus in the US until March, UK viewers would even have the chance to catch up with their Stateside counterparts in time for the show's return...
Has an air date been confirmed by ITV for the season premiere of 666 Park Avenue on ITV2?
Nothing's been 100% confirmed or announced as of yet, but we understand that ABC's chilling drama is being eyed for a January premiere date. Unfortunately for ITV, there's every chance that 666 could've been yanked from the US schedules before it even reaches UK screens...
With the series attracting only middling audience numbers, word has it that ABC will make a final decision on the show's future in the coming days. ABC has at least ordered two additional scripts, so you can consider that something of a show of faith.
Thanks a lot for answering if Major Crimes will be coming to the UK. Much love to ya!
N'aaaw, shucks, you're making us blush. Because you were so darn sweet about it, how would you like some extra info on Major Crimes? Remember how last week we moaned that Channel 5 hadn't got back to us in time when we asked if they were gonna air it? Well, patience is a virtue, because the broadcaster has now confirmed that the show is "under consideration" for a spot in their schedules.
On top of that, Channel 5 teased that Major Crimes - a spinoff of The Closer - is being discussed "along with a number of other shows that have recently launched in the US". Juicy stuff, eh?
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