Ford is set to reprise the role for the first time since 2008.
'Killing Eve' writers have tweeted a clip announcing that season four will be the last for the BBC drama.
Following the announcement that BBC Three will be given the reboot in 2022, let's take a trip down memory lane at some of their best shows.
Cinderella will open in London's West End in September 2020.
Fans have until January 20 to bid on the tuxedo.
The new series of the spy thriller received over 40 million requests on BBC iPlayer this year.
Even the stylish ex-Spice Girl is not immune to 'Fleabag's' charms.
Singer Lily Allen has hit out at her dad Keith for the derogatory way he used to speak about women.
'Fleabag' actor Sian Clifford - who plays the titular character's sister - announced the news on BBC Breakfast.
The veteran radio and TV presenter was a reporter in Northern Ireland during the Troubles, and witnessed terrible violence, so now she can't watch it on TV
You may remember Phoebe Waller-Bridge as Abby Thompson, one of child killer Joe Miller’s barristers in Broadchurch. Phoebe, 30, perfectly blends the hilarious melodrama of American sitcoms like Friends—yes, there is a will they/won’t they love triangle—with quintessential British slapstick a la Fawlty Towers.
Be prepared to relive them in Channel 4′s brilliant new comedy, Crashing, which starts tonight at 10pm. The brainchild of Broadchurch actress Phoebe Waller-Bridge, the 30 year old writes and stars in this unflinchingly funny take on everyday young adult struggles—from unrequited love, to holding down jobs, to flat share nightmares—as five twenty-somethings (and one older divorcee) come together to live in an abandoned hospital. No-one does awkward quite like us Brits and Waller-Bridge perfectly captures that in the first episode as her character Lulu is reunited with her best friend/secret love of her life Anthony (Damien Molony), who is now engaged to Kate (Louise Ford, aka girlfriend of actual Mr. Bean).