Maisie Williams has announced her first project since the end of Game Of Thrones.
Boris Johnson has been branded a “bottler” by allies of Jeremy Hunt for ducking a planned TV showdown.
A planned TV showdown between the Tory leadership candidates has been cancelled because Boris Johnson is refusing to take part.
Contenders in the race to replace Theresa May will take part in a TV debate just hours after finding out if they have survived the second round of voting by their colleagues.
Game Of Thrones has admitted that a coffee cup left in a shot in the most recent episode of the show was a mistake.
The first episode of the new series of Game Of Thrones has already been watched by 3.4 million Sky Atlantic viewers, the broadcaster has said.
Video streaming service Netflix is now available on fellow streaming service Now TV, with the former’s official app appearing on Now TV devices.
Matthew Goode has said he based his portrayal of a vampire in his new TV series on tennis ace Roger Federer.
Kingsman actor Mark Strong will star opposite Game Of Thrones actress Carice van Houten and Line Of Duty’s Daniel Mays in darkly comic new thriller Temple, it has been announced.
Television and radio presenter Melvyn Bragg has warned the UK is becoming a “stupid country” in an attack on what he sees as the deteriorating standard of higher education.
Matthew Goode plays a vampire living unseen amongst humans in the first look trailer for new drama A Discovery Of Witches.
Sky and HBO have announced they are making a documentary series about the 1999 murder of US high school student Hae Min Lee.
Comedian Julia Davis is to create an original series that will be broadcast on Sky and co-produced by HBO.
The stars and creators of new police series Bulletproof have revealed they were partially inspired by the Bad Boys films starring Will Smith and Martin Lawrence.
Top Boy star Ashley Walters has said he has been “pushed apart” from Noel Clarke over the years because the two actors “represented the same thing”.
Hit-series Westworld has returned for its second season – and so has the head-scratching of puzzled viewers.
Westworld actor Rodrigo Santoro has said fans of the show must prepare for the futuristic world to be “turned upside down” when it returns for a second series.
Andrea Riseborough, Dane DeHaan and Gabriel Byrne will star in an adaptation of Roberto Saviano’s book ZeroZeroZero, it has been announced.
Kerry Washington has said she thinks “everyone deserves a happy ending” as the cast of Scandal bid farewell to the show.
Lennie James and Suranne Jones will return for a second series of drama Save Me, it has been announced.
Sky Sports presenter Simon Thomas has paid tribute to his “kind, passionate and loving” late wife after International Women’s Day.
Sky is set to launch a new virtual reality experience that will allow its customers to have a “one-on-one” audience with Sir David Attenborough in their living rooms.
Harry Potter star Jason Isaacs has said he was embarrassed to be an actor for many years.
Golden Globe winner Laura Dern has said her “acting dream has come true” following the announcement that Meryl Streep is joining the cast of Big Little Lies.
Scandal and How To Get Away With Murder will get a special crossover episode.
The Ashes are back this week, as Australia and England resume hostilities in one of the biggest and best sporting contests around.
Sky has rejected BBC director-general Tony Hall’s claims that the future of British-made television programmes such as Sherlock and Broadchurch is under “serious threat”.
Lesley Sharp has said she does not want to be classified as a northern actress because of the “class system”.
Ex-Coronation Street actress Katherine Kelly says seeing guns lined up in front of her for her new role as a soldier was a shock.
Presenter Cat Deeley has said she is “very excited to be home” as she returns to the UK to host new music reality contest Sing: Ultimate A Cappella.