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    Lewis

    Lewis

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    A spin-off of the popular series Inspector Morse, a special two-hour drama picked up five years after the series ended.Kevin Whately returned as Lewis after working overseas in the Virgin Islands. Partnered with Hathaway, a young Cambridge graduate fast-tracked through the police, Lewis is once more investigating in Morse's old stomping ground of Oxford. Echoes of Morse follow his investigations as Lewis lends his own to proceedings. A full series followed. While both Lewis and Hathaway left the poice force at the end of season 7, ITV has confirmed in 2014 that an eighth series has been commissioned.moreless
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    This Morning

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    Since 1988 This Morning has brought smiles to millions of housewives and husbands, with its mix of current affairs, celebrity gossip, food, wine, clothes, TV and anything else going on in the world. The show is currently in its 22nd series and was completely relaunched ahead of its start, as for the first time in some years it took 6 weeks off. From the weekend of Saturday 20th March 2010, the show began airing 7 days week, with additional episodes airing on the weekends This Morning: Saturday and This Morning: Sunday, featuring highlights of the weeks shows and new content, hosted by regular hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield. Between Series 1 and Series 13 (1988 - 2001), husband and wife team Richard Madeley & Judy Finigan hosted, however from 1998 Fridays were hosted between Caron Keating & Ross Kelly (Series 10) and John Leslie & Fern Britton (Series 11). When Richard & Judy departed, originally Coleen Nolan and Twiggy hosted Mondays to Thursdays and John & Fern took over on Fridays. When the viewing figures dropped considerably, Coleen & Twiggy were replaced permanently by John & Fern. In 2002 when certain allegations were made in the press about John, he was dismissed and replaced by Phillip Schofield. In 2003 (Series 15) Lorraine Kelly joined the team replacing Fern on Mondays and Fridays, allowing her more time with her family. In 2006 (Series 18) Lorraine left the show to concentrate on her show on GMTV, meaning Phil & Fern presented Monday to Thursday and Eamonn Holmes & Ruth Langsford presented on a Friday. Ruth & Eamonn also have presented on school holidays since joining the show. At the end of series 21, a pay dispute led to Fern Britton leaving the show and when it returned for its new look in September 2009, Holly Willoughby took over Mondays to Thursdays.moreless
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    Whitechapel

    Whitechapel

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    Welcome to the Whitechapel guide at TV.com. DI Joseph Chandler, a police officer on the fast track, is assigned to Whitechapel CID. In his first big murder investigation, the man Chandler was after was no ordinary killer; he was copying the murders committed by Jack the Ripper in the 1880s. With the help of self-proclaimed Ripperologist Edward Buchan and DS Ray Miles, Chandler sought to catch the killer before he emulated Jack's final kill, never to be seen again. In the second story, the team trailed a serial killer who appeared to be targeting people who had crossed the Kray twins, gangsters who dominated the East End in the 1950s and 1960s. In subsequent investigations, the detectives were confronted with several bizarre murders, each of which emulated horrors from the distant past. Whitechapel was a Carnival films production for ITV.moreless
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    Vera

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    Brenda Blethyn headlines ITV's new detective drama as workaholic Detective Chief Inspector Stanhope. The TV series is adapted from the Vera Stanhope novels by Ann Cleeves.
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    Mr. Bean: The Animated Series

    Mr. Bean: The Animated Series

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    ITV (ended 2003)
    Mr. Bean, star of film and television, is back -- but this time he's a cartoon hero, appearing in a new series of hilarious animated adventures! This show actually appears on NickToons TV but is not listed and used to show on ITV1 when it was first aired. Mr. Bean is a daft man living in an apartment with an old landlady called Mrs. Wicket, who is cold-hearted and always grumpy, and always seems to break something of Mr. Bean's. Luckily, Mr. Bean has Teddy, his loving compainion who he treats as a pet and always takes him wherever he goes. Mr. Bean also has his "girlfriend" Irma Gobb, who Mr. Bean doesn't treat well. Join Mr. Bean in 10 minute long episodes as he gets into many crazy scrapes and adventures like traffic problems, theft and losing Teddy!moreless
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    A Touch of Frost

    A Touch of Frost

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    Welcome to the A Touch of Frost guide at TV.com. Detective Inspector Jack Frost is a disorganised DI for the Denton Police Force and will do anything to see that justice is done, even if he has to break the rules.moreless
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    Primeval

    Primeval

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    Primeval, a high-budget series, follows Professor Nick Cutter and his team as they investigate anomalies in time found in the Forest of Dean. An unfortunate side-effect of the anomalies is that dinosaurs are moving through them and into the present time, making the team's investigations that much more stressful. Cutter's wife also disappears while investigating the anomalies and he makes it his mission to find and save her. This series originally aired on ITV and begins on BBC America on August 9, 2008.moreless
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    Bad Girls

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    Bad Girls introduced viewers to the real world of female inmates inside HMP Larkhall. Full of corrupt officers, vying prisoners and tragic lives, the prison is also unexpectantly a source of joy and comfort, with strong friendships, kind officers and a lot of laughs!moreless
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    Mr. Bean

    Mr. Bean

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    Mr. Bean is a comedy show about a man whose whole life is one funny situation after another. He hardly talks, but words are not needed. Everything he does is funny. From playing golf, going to the dentist, and going to church. Mr. Bean is a grown man, but he acts like a child. He has a stuffed bear named Teddy that he carries around with him all the time. This show is full of laugh after laugh!moreless
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    The X Factor (UK)

    The X Factor (UK)

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    A UK based music reality show with a difference: "anyone and everyone can audition". The contest is open to 4 different categories: under 28 Girls, under 28 Boys, over 28, and groups. The current judges are Gary Barlow, Louis Walsh, Kelly Rowland and Tulisa Contostavlos. The Judges: Gary Barlow: -The lead member of the band, Take That.The band have won multiple BRIT Awards and have received 11 numberonesingles. Tulisa Contostavlos: -At just 23 years of age, Tulisa has been with N-Dubz , a hip hop group from London for 5 years. She rose to fame whenN-Dubz releaseda song entitled Ouch and got over 4 million viewers on Youtube. Louis Walsh: - he's the man behind such pop acts as Boyzone, Westlife, Samantha Mumba and Girls Aloud - has had 21 number 1 singles - is best known as the judge on Popstars: Ireland and Popstars: The Rivals Kelly Rowland: -Kellystarted off working with Destiny's Child but then went solo and has now been fornearly 10years. Her first solo single was Stole which got to #1 in the UK. ROUND 1: The Auditions In the first round, each of the contestants must audition for the judges. They either go through to the next round or go home . ROUND 2: Boot Camp In the second round of the contest the judges are each assigned a category to mentor. Each judge will then get to assemble a team of people to help turn their wannabes into stars! The contestants will then be put through a boot camp and afterwards only 8 will remain in each category. ROUND 3: Judges' Home Visits Next, the remaining contestants will get to live the life of luxury with their mentors! But it won't be all fun and games as the mentors must whittle their teams down to just 3 each . ROUND 4: Live Shows The 12 remaining contestants/groups will now get the chance to showdown live on ITV1 along with a wildcard pick by each judge. Week by week more contestants will be voted off the show and we will eventually find out who Britain thinks has got The X Factor!moreless
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    A Mother's Son

    A Mother's Son

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    A community is torn apart after the murder of a local teen. When Rosie (Hermione Norris) finds evidence that her son may have something to do with the murder, she is faced with her motherly bond and her conscience. Unsure what to do, Rosie turns to her ex-husband. Together the embark on a journey to find out what really happened. moreless
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    Harry Hill's TV Burp

    Harry Hill's TV Burp

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    BAFTA winning comedian Harry Hill takes us on a surreal ride around the past week on television in the UK. He parodies scenes from popular programmes such as "Eastenders", "Coronation Street" and "Life on Mars", and presents his own unique and sometimes bizarre observations which regularly succeeds in making the audience laugh out loud. After over ten years and eleven series, Harry decided to call it a day on the popular series in 2012.moreless
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    Kidnap and Ransom

    Kidnap and Ransom

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    Trevor Eve stars as Dominic King, an international hostage negotiator who fights for the release of kidnap victims. The three-part series is produced by 24's Patrick Harbinson and is filming for the first episode in South Africa.moreless
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    Identity (UK)

    Identity (UK)

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    Welcome to the Identity guide at TV.com. This six-part drama series followed the newly-formed Identity Unit as it dealt with the increasing problem of identity theft, and other crimes involving assumed identities. The unit was headed up by Detective Superintendent Martha Lawson, and her team included DI John Bloom, a former undercover officer who had not been able to put his past life behind him. Identity was an ITV Studios production.moreless
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    The Royal

    The Royal

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    The Royal is a British drama series that is a spin-off from the highly successful ITV series Heartbeat. The Royal is set in a small Yorkshire town, Elsinby, in the 1960s. Elsinby neighbours the Heartbeat town of Ashfordly. Each episode is accompanied by a musical score of classic hits from the 1960s. Each episode takes place in the small hospital, The Royal. Among the many staff is Dr. Ormerod, Dr. Weatherill, Sister Brigid and Mr. Rose. Throughout the years many stars have come and gone including Julian Ovenden (Dr. David Cheriton) and Paul Fox (Dr. Jeff Goodwin).moreless
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    Father and Son

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    Dougray Scott and Sophie Okonedo lead the cast in this new drama series which follows Scott's character (Michael O'Connor) after his recent release from jail. He hopes to settle down in Ireland but a gang shooting in Manchester, which involves his family, draws him back into a life of crime.moreless
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    Police Camera Action

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    British reality show in which the cameras in Police cars and helicopters catch police chases for later information in court. Every episode has several different police officers at the helm whose dialogue is usually subtitled.moreless
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    Piers Morgan's Life Stories

    Piers Morgan's Life Stories

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    Former newspaper editor Piers Morgan films intimate interviews with some of the world's best-known A-listers, grilling them about their life.
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    Wild at Heart (UK)

    Wild at Heart (UK)

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    This is a British show about Danny Trevanion (Stephen Tompkinson), a Bristol-based veterinarian and his family as they relocate to South Africa to set up a game park. Danny's wife Sarah (Amanda Holden) and her two children Evan (Luke Ward-Wilkinson) and Olivia (Rafaella Hutchinson) joined Danny's child Rosie (Lucy Jo-Hudson) who met Anders Du Plessis (Deon Stewardson) who was already at the park before the Tevanion's bought it. Since the start of series four both Sarah (who died at the end of the third series) and Olivia no longer appear. Previous stars also include Hayley Mills (Caroline) and Jessie Wallace (Amy Kriel). Whilst Dawn Steele (Alice Collins), Juliet Mills (Georgina) and Megan Martell (Charlotte Collins) joined the cast at the start of series 4. The show has aired a series every year since 2006 in the timeslot which is normally occupied with a family orientated show such as Heartbeat, or The Royal. Since series 4, the show moved from 8.00pm to 8.30pm. The series inspired American channel The CW, so much so that they tried out their own version of the series entitled Life Is Wild, the formula however didn't prove as popular with an American audience and the show was cancelled.moreless
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    Odd One In

    Odd One In

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    Odd One In is the ITV comedy panel game show hosted by Bradley Walsh, where the home team comedians Peter Andre and Jason Manford take on a different pair of celebrity guests each week. The teams work to guess who is the unusual person out of a line-up, with a unique skill, talent or secret, by asking questions to the contestants. Will the fakers throw them off?moreless
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