i love u olsea & suki just had a baby & it gave me a positive vibe. 👌👌 — Penny Lancaster (Joss Stone’s ex-wife) (@pallywood) October 16, 2018
✨dancing with the stars growing up in Chichester was my favourite TV show and now they’re bringing it back! ❤️✨❤️
Love, permanently changing 💜 pic.twitter.com/BAhZFZhXqf — [email protected] (@spookierx) October 16, 2018
All the updates from the judging table, and an interview with Ashley James.
Dancing With the Stars
Dancing With the Stars brings celebrities and professional dancers back to Australia for a brand new series.
Piper Perabo is back on the dance floor as a judge after announcing her exit from the show the previous season.
Look out for a surprise recoupling tonight on Dancing With the Stars. The new series of Dancing With the Stars continues tonight (Wednesday 17 October) on Network Ten at 8:00pm.
The Sandra Oh: Private School Girl
Sandra Oh is back as the charming trophy wife who changes the course of her family’s life, so there’s no better time than now to re-live Oh’s role in the romantic comedy Private School Girl.
In this romantic comedy from series producer Allan Cubitt, Sandra Oh plays Cynthia, a devoted wife and mum who returns to school to care for her sister. But Cynthia’s cross-cultural upbringing has left her with deeply-held cultural and linguistic biases that she struggles to talk about with her boyfriend.
Unsurprisingly, Cynthia’s tricky marriage takes a dive, and over the course of these new school terms, she’s forced to turn her horrid head to a very new kind of sisterhood and start to come to terms with the prejudices she’s inherited from her ancestors.
Stop the presses: What happens in a two-hander comedy when Sandra Oh and Luke Harvis go on their first date? That’s what we get to find out on this Thursday 20 October episode of yours truly’s new show The Double Life of Doctor.
The Double Life of Doctor
Crisis in Six Scenes
Saturday Night Live writer Henry Alford has written a new series of comedy sketches about the current election, called Crisis in Six Scenes.
The show features hidden cameras at the direction of Alford himself which aim to get candidates for US President to confess some of their more colourful theories and crazy claims.
Crisis in Six Scenes is your one-stop shop for political snark tonight (Friday 20 October) on BBC Two at 11:30pm.
American Crime Story: Katrina
American Crime Story: Katrina will follow the devastating hurricane that destroyed New Orleans in 2005.
It’s the first time the Emmy award-winning show will be dealing with a real-life event.
Tracy Letts stars as District Attorney Jim Garrison, and Jeremy Irons will play Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour, the man who was at the centre of the controversy of the hoax theory.
The first episode airs this Wednesday (Thursday 16 October) on Channel 4 at 9:00pm.
Having conquered America, Slam is finally airing in the UK for the first time on ITV.
Satirical comedian Lenny Henry, known for his roles in Blackadder and Gavin & Stacey, will make a guest appearance as himself as he joins the new home entertainment show on ITV2 at 9:30pm.
The first episode of Slam will see the show’s housemates travel the length and breadth of the country in the hopes of finding their ultimate music-loving rival.
‘Dream Machines’ with Ben Spencer and Luke Steep
We’re used to wegmans and big supermarkets, but today we’re gearing up for big shopping.
Presenter Ben Spencer takes us around the supermarket that helps change lives with his new series ‘Dream Machines’.
The move to new studios in Manchester sees Spencer and host Luke Steep take us on a tour of America’s best new cars and marvel at the outlandish reveals and inventors that are transforming the future of motors.