Al Pacino has described working on his upcoming TV series, in which he plays a leading Nazi hunter in 1970s New York City, as a “wonderful experience”.
David Walliams has admitted that he is feeling “a bit nervous” about hosting the National Television Awards.
Strictly Come Dancing champion Oti Mabuse will travel back to her home country of South Africa to film a one-off BBC special.
Ollie Williams has explained that he quit Love Island to pursue “the love of my life”, as the villa prepares for the arrival of two new boys.
Friends co-creator Marta Kauffman has admitted she does not know if the show’s long-rumoured reunion will ever happen.
Rylan Clark-Neal has called for social media platforms to add verification steps to weed out vicious trolls.
Former Labour politician James Purnell has been named as the front-runner to succeed Lord Tony Hall as Director-General of the BBC.
Lord Tony Hall will step down as Director-General of the BBC this summer, it has been announced.
Quadrophenia star Phil Daniels is set to join the cast of Call The Midwife.
They will be celebrating in the Queen Vic after EastEnders bosses said they enjoyed a “record year” on BBC iPlayer.