It's a strong week for drama with returning series and new releases.
The two "Killing Eve" stars discuss where their characters are as the fourth and final season begins and how they approach the rare scenes they get to share together.
After four seasons, apart from the occasional flash of fire from Villanelle, it is apparent that the writers have run out of steam.
Viewing figures for the youth-oriented channel fell 72% when the BBC made it online-only in 2016.
An executive producer of 'Killing Eve' has said the writers' room should "more racially diverse" than it currently is.
The Liverpudlian actress thought she had to lose her accent to pursue acting career, until Stephen Graham changed her mind.
As Villanelle travelled back to Russia, she discovered one of her family members was a big fan of Elton John and the star himself was delighted.
The new series of the spy thriller received over 40 million requests on BBC iPlayer this year.
It was rich pickings when it came to television in 2019 as there was an abundance of superb quality programming available, particularly as streaming site rivalry grew even more tense over the past 12 months.But which TV shows really left their mark by making a splash on the small screen?Read more: The most notable celebrity deaths of 2019There were plenty of beginnings when it came to new shows like Netflix’s Russian Doll, but also many old favourites returning including the BBC’s Peaky Blinders back for its fifth series.However, it also saw some definite endings too, most notably in the conclusion of huge TV talking point Game of Thrones for better or for worse, depending on who you ask. It’s been a rollercoaster.
The BBC said it is 'great news' that it will now be able to keep programmes on the iPlayer for a year, or even longer
Singer Lily Allen has hit out at her dad Keith for the derogatory way he used to speak about women.
The 26-year-old actress - who reportedly split from her boyfriend in March this yea - says she hasn't got time for love.