Viewing figures for the youth-oriented channel fell 72% when the BBC made it online-only in 2016.
The 28-year-old singer will explore systemic racism in Britain in a one-off film for BBC Three directed by her childhood friend Tash Gaunt.
The former TOWIE star was duped in BBC Three documentary series 'Blindboy Undestroys the World'.
The former 'The Only Way Is Essex' star was captured on camera agreeing to promote a drink she had not tried herself that she was told contained deadly hydrogen cyanide.
Michael Sleggs, best known for playing 'Slugs' in BBC Three mockumentary series 'This Country,' says his 'deterioration has been rapid'
Professor Green is getting back in front of the camera for BBC Three, who have commissioned two new documentaries to investigate the truth behind the cannabis trade and child poverty in the UK.
While there won’t be a new series of Doctor Who this year, the show is getting a new spin-off in the form of Class, an eight-part drama headed to BBC Three. At the helm is young adult author Patrick Ness (A Monster Calls) with the show aimed at a much younger, teen audience. The first episode, as the trailer teases, will feature the current Doctor Peter Capaldi, as it turns out that his time-travelling escapades have caused the walls of time and space to tear.
Created by young adult author Patrick Ness, Class is aimed at a much younger, teen audience, complete with a cast of teenagers. Set in Coal Hill High School, they must juggle their own lives with the unexplainable situations that are happening around them, as the cracks in time and space begin to thin because of The Doctor and his time-travelling. Coal Hill High School has been a part of Doctor Who since the first episode aired in 1963.
Created, written by and starring Community’s Donald Glover, Atlanta is a semi-autobiographical comedy-drama about two cousins as the attempt to find their big break in rap music. The eight-part Doctor Who spin-off written by young adult author Patrick Ness follows the sixth former’s of Coal Hill Academy. The show features a cast of fresh new talent as well as Mr Selfridge’s Katherine Kelly.
Vicky Pattison has taken to Twitter to let everyone know how excited she is about her forthcoming acting debut. The former Geordie Shore star will appear was a rookie cop in the second series of BBC Three’s spoof cop show, Murder in Successville. Vicky tweeted her excitement.
Described as being akin to Buffy the Vampire Slayer in the Whoniverse, this spinoff series has just begun filming, and is set to be released later this year on BBC Three, with another broadcast on BBC One shortly afterwards. It’s an eight part series, written by esteemed YA author Patrick Ness, and will also feature a guest appearance by Peter Capaldi. Today we’ve had our first official news about the project since it’s first announcement, including some teasing details from Patrick Ness, as well as information about the cast themselves.
Jodie Comer. You probably know of her as the mean spirited, jealous, incredibly lost but at times loving friend, Chloe from My Mad Fat Diary, the teenage drama on Channel 4 that mixed mental health with love, loss and ridiculously good 90s tunes.
Professor Green’s ‘Suicide and Me’ documentary, which aired on BBC Three last October proved to be a success with audiences - and even helped one viewer to turn their life around. Pro Green, real name Stephen Manderson, had been contacted by a viewer after the show that had wanted to thank him for completely changing their outlook. Stephen, 32, explained: “They’d tried to take their life previously, but having seen the documentary and watched it with their children they could never put them through that.
BBC Three has had a major rebrand ahead of its move to online in February. “The new icon represents BBC Three’s three pillars, make me think, make me laugh and give me a voice. As well as unveiling the new logo, BBC Three has previewed a raft of new programming for 2016 including a follow-up to the acclaimed one-off drama, Murdered By My Boyfriend, which won a BAFTA.
Last night we saw the first episode of Josh Widdicombe’s self-titled sitcom grace our screens. Josh, sees Widdicombe play an exaggerated version of himself as an angsty twenty-something frustrated at modern life. This first instalment sees Josh get invited to a pool party, where he tries to get off with a girl from school who Owen also fancies.