There’s a lot to look forward to over the coming weeks. Here’s our handy guide to the best premieres hitting your tellybox in March…
Every Friday we’ll be featuring something weird, wonderful or downright awful from the world of TV commercials. Let’s start with this 1949 classic from tobacco company Camel, who knew just the right people to promote its brand.
Gregg Wallace and John Torode are back soon with a fresh batch of cooks. This time, there’s no margarine for error – my apologies. Watch this bootcamp-style launch clip. You’ll relish it – apologies again.
The singer will play a major part in the next season of FX’s popular spookfest. Perfect for all you Little Monsters out there.
The citizens of Westeros show their lighter side in this newly released clip of bloopers from the past four seasons. Enjoy!
On paper, a show about watching other people watch TV sounds insane. But Gogglebox is so popular it’s back for a fifth series. Here’s why you should be tuning in…
A&E’s prequel to Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho is back for a third season on March 9. This time, the Bates family’s bond is tested when they arouse the suspicions of some outsiders.
Is it a kite? Is it a drone? Has the Labour Party’s new campaign plane gone AWOL? Watch the Inca-redible moment a TV cameraman catches a strange pink object looming over Lima.
Renowned film director M. Night Shyamalan turns his attention to the small screen with this creepy-looking series. It features an all-star cast and premieres on Fox on May 16. Don’t miss it!
Ever wondered about the truth behind outrageously expensive jewellery? Find out in this brilliant parody commercial.
The end is nigh for the eighth series. What will happen with the Doctor and Clara’s relationship?
It’s the penultimate episode of the series. Will the Doctor find out who’s been pulling all the strings?
Jimmy Kimmel celebrates 25 years of Photoshop with a game featuring some computer wizardry. Can you tell which photos are real and which are fake?
The satirist is clearly keeping busy before taking over The Late Show from David Letterman later this year. He’s set to appear in Mindy Kaling’s comedy very soon, and he’s playing a priest. Could a marriage be on the cards?
How are the players gonna play, play, play with distractions like this? Watch the celebrity duo pull out all their best moves for the crowd camera at a New York sports stadium.