Seann Walsh reportedly won't be taking part in the Strictly Come Dancing tour, but it appears he's still contractually obliged to pitch up for the annual past contestants dance for this weekend's final.
Two characters who appeared in the some of the first ever storylines in EastEnders are to return to the BBC soap, according to reports.
Strictly Come Dancing presenter Tess Daly has said that the viewers of the show are being too hard on contestant Ashley Roberts.
Charles Venn and his professional dance partner Karen Clifton broke down on Strictly spin-off show It Takes Two last night.
The new take on Agatha Christie's euro-sleuth Hercule Poirot has lost both the character's thick Belgian accent and his infamous moustache.
Fiona Bruce has reportedly been offered the role of presenter on Question Time, after David Dimbleby announced plans to leave the show after 25 years over the summer.
Billboards, adverts in cinemas and stunts including turning the London Eye into the London ‘Ear’ have all been paid for with licence-fee cash.
Danny John-Jules has broken his silence on his exit from Strictly Come Dancing, after fans accused him of 'arrogance'.
EastEnders' Mel Owen managed to sidestep the usual use of flux capacitors and the like, and found herself blasted forward into the future on Tuesday's episode of the BBC soap.
With that curly wig on, Strictly Come Dancing pro-dancer and choreographer Neil Jones reminds us of someone...
The BBC's CBeebies channel has issued an apology, after a raft of complaints rolled in when a presenter referred to snowmen as 'snowpeople'.
Paul Martin will be fronting not one but two new daytime shows, following the axing of long-running antiques show Flog It! after 17 years on screens.
Bodyguard creator Jed Mercurio has revealed that he almost killed off Richard Madden's lead character PC David Budd in the show's final episode.