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ITV reveal the factual series airing on ITV1 between July and September 2024.


The Twelve comes to Western Australia and the rural township of Tunkwell that is a world away from the urban city landscapes of the first series. When local landowner Bernice Price is found dead at the bottom of her farm well, two ex-lovers stand accused of her murder.

Twelve ordinary citizens from diverse backgrounds have been plucked from the township and surrounds to decide the fate of the co-accused - was Bernice the victim of a crime of passion, a workplace accident, or just bad luck?


A sprawling true-crime saga telling the outrageous story of the Indian immigrant who founded the male-stripping empire. When Somen ‘Steve’ Banerjee became the unlikely creator of the Chippendales, he let nothing stand in his way in the process...

The star-studded cast of this series includes Kumail Nanjiani, Murray Bartlett, Juliette Lewis and Annaleigh Ashford with recurring guest stars Quentin Plair, Robin de Jesús, Andrew Rannells and Spencer Boldman alongside guest stars Nicola Peltz Beckham and Dan Stevens/


Welcome to Stars Hollow, Connecticut, a charming, small and slightly off-centre town known for green lawns, clapboard houses, and enough quirky characters to fill every hayride, parade and picnic for miles.

It’s here that we meet headstrong 32-year-old Lorelai Gilmore, who carves out a comfortable, warm and caffeine-filled life for herself and her equally willful teenage daughter Rory, but when Rory’s attention turns from dreams of private school and Harvard to thoughts of boys and adolescent self-reliance, single mom Lorelai begins noticing more of her own rebellious youth - only 16 years ago - in Rory.


Reprising their roles as the Carr family are Oliver Savell (young Alan), Shaun Dooley (Graham Carr), Nancy Sullivan (Christine Carr) and Taylor Fay (Gary Carr). Also returning are the Carr’s neighbours the Hudsons played by Gabby Best (Angela Hudson), Harry Peacock (Nigel Hudson) and Rourke Mooney (Charlie Hudson).


The Government’s stated policy of recruiting 20,000 new police officers in double quick time has not come at the cost of lowering standards... or has it? This series follows a newly-recruited group of six very different would-be cops and the handful of key staff whose thankless task it is to knock them into some kind of shape.


The magic, chaos and hilarity of the Edinburgh Fringe will be streamed directly to viewers on ITVX this summer in four special shows. This will be the real Edinburgh experience in a venue at the heart of the Fringe with new line-ups each night featuring some of the most exciting comics and breakthrough stars of 2024.


Meet Mae Cannon, a thirty-something who is in a marriage that totally works - she and her husband Elijah have been together for 13 years and there’s a lot of love there, but not a whole lot of excitement... One night, Mae has a temporary lapse of judgement and meets a hot man at a bar and ends up sleeping with him...

She wakes up the next morning in his apartment in a panic and realizes that she has somehow slipped into a parallel universe, married to the same man she cheated on her husband with.


When we first meet Vivian Cunningham, she’s about to end it all - she can’t pay her bills, likes alcohol more than she likes herself, and her mind’s made up when she climbs into a bathtub with her hairdryer. Then the phone rings - the grandad she’s avoided for years has died in his sleep and left her his house.


The American version of the show is back with a brand-new host - reality icon Ariana Madix - for its sixth series. Located in Fiji, the show sees a group of sexy singles on a search for love in a beautiful villa - throughout their stay in a tropical oasis, the Islanders will couple up to face new heart-racing challenges and bigger twists and turns than ever before.


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