Rickie Haywood Williams and Melvin Odoom host a brand new game show where two teams of friends battle it out to win up to £40 000. Each team has to hit a specific target number 'bang on" in a series of physical and mental games.
Suzy Lamb, Head of Entertainment, Thames and executive producer said: “Bang on the Money is a fast paced, game show hosted by two of the hottest new presenters, Rickie and Melvin. Their distinctive banter and energy married with challenging games, delivers a show with laughs and guaranteed sweaty palms as the stakes get higher and higher."
The eight-part series starts tonight (Saturday 16th April) at 7pm on ITV 1.
Sky News is launching a new, no-nonsense, straight-talking debate show alled The Pledge. All the participants are committed to speaking freely, honestly and passionately about the subjects they – and you – care about. The programme will be entirely unmoderated – there is no conventional presenter.
BBC Three today announce the stars of the Doctor Who spin-off series Class – exciting young new talents Greg Austin, Fady Elsayed, Sophie Hopkins and Vivian Oparah. They will be joined by Katherine Kelly, as she takes the role of a teacher and powerful new presence at Coal Hill School.
Undercover is a new six-part thriller written by Peter Moffat for BBC One. The drama follows Maya (Sophie Okonedo), a spirited and passionate barrister who is about to become the first black Director of Public Prosecutions. But just as Maya’s life comes under intense public scrutiny, she discovers that Nick (Adrian Lester), her husband and the father of her children, has been lying to her for years. His web of lies threatens to destroy everything she’s worked so hard for – including and most importantly the case she’s based her entire career on.
Former X Factor star Rachel Adedeji has joined the cast of Hollyoaks – and she'll be arriving with a bang.
The actress and singer has landed the role of the real Lisa Loveday and has already started filming at the show's set in Liverpool. Hollyoaks fans have already been introduced to Sonia Albright – an impostor who is pretending to be Lisa. But if you thought Sonia was troublesome, wait until you see what the real Lisa has in store for the village.
ITV2 has commissioned Talkback to make a satirical late night comedy series in the style of The 11 O’Clock Show. Written by a cast of stand-up comedians and sketch groups, @elevenish will air at around 11pm on Thursday evenings and profile up and coming comics from around the country. Comedians Bobby Mair, Dane Baptiste, Natasia Demetriou, Rhys James and Lolly Adefope have already been confirmed as part of the line-up.
David Avery, one of the stars of hit web-to-TV series Brother With No Game, will appear the in hotly anticipated BBC One drama The Night Manager. A contemporary interpretation of John le Carré’s espionage drama – and the first television adaptation of a le Carré novel in more than 20 years – The Night Manager brings together love, loss and revenge in a complex story of modern criminality.