A new Horror Series starring Will Young is hitting LIVING’S screens February 7th at 10pm.
Original, engaging and with the atmosphere of a horror film: Bedlam focuses around a group of twenty something friends, living in the most haunted building in Britain: a former asylum….
Will Young plays good-looking geek Ryan McAllister, Theo James (A Passionate Woman) acts as Jed Harper; a troubled man plagued with a history of madness and visions of ghosts, and Charlotte Salt stars as Kate Bettany; attractive, ambitious and sharp.
Living has announced a two-part Halloween special, Paranormal Investigation: Live in which two competing teams of paranormal investigators delve into supernatural activity at a secret location, revealed to them only at the start of the show, over the most haunted weekend of the year. Working with radically different tools and techniques, the teams will go head-to-head in an attempt to undercover true evidence of the paranormal.
Will Young has landed his first major TV role, in Living’s new original drama ‘Bedlam.’
The Pop Idol winner previously starred in the 2005 BBC film Mrs. Henderson Presents and guest starred in an episode of Skins in 2010. But his lead role in spooky Bedlam will be much more significant. Young will play Ryan, a man who moves into a ghost infested flat in an old Victorian mental hospital.
Living have today announced an exclusive two-show deal with Warner Bros. that will bring two of the hottest and most sought-after dramas from this year’s LA Screenings – Nikita, starring international action star Maggie Q (Mission: Impossible III) and Chase, produced by Jerry Bruckheimer Television – to the UK. .
* Nikita will air on LIVING in Autumn 2010, shortly after its US premiere on The CW Network, with LIVING following closely on its heels so UK viewers can see the hotly anticipated series soon thereafter
Superdaddy – which airs on Sunday at 9pm Living – follows Jeff Brazier as he copes with raising the two boys he and Jade Goody had together.
Following Jeff since Jade died, this special one-off episode show how Jeff not only embraced the challenges and rewards of being a single dad, but set up two online networks to provide support to 1,500 other single parents.
While the limelight is inevitable for celebrities promoting their own interests, it’s a very different matter when it comes to their kids. As Jeff shows, when you’re raising children alone, fears and joys can double, and being a celebrity doesn’t change that. Read more & comment »
It was from the lips of nuttier-than-squirrel-poo Steven Baldwin on Celebrity Big Brother that I first heard the term ‘Cougar’, as applied to women of a certain age who like to do the do with men who’re much younger.
So, armed with that knowledge, and knowing that the writer of Cougar Town is Bill Lawrence – who also wrote Scrubs – I thought I knew what to expect of Cougar Town; I thought it would be fast-paced, amusingly anarchic, full of witty one liners and tinged with occasional sad ‘reality check’ moments.
And judging by last night’s pilot episode and the one that followed it, Cougar Town does have all those things, but it felt rather like the whole raison d’être of the show is to be a hybrid of Desperate Housewives and SATC. Read more & comment »
Courteney Cox stars as Jules, a recently divorced single mother exploring the honest truths about dating and aging in our beauty and youth obsessed culture, on “Cougar Town.” While most women in their twenties go through life experiencing the challenges and often humorous pitfalls of meeting men, Jules took on the responsibilities of marriage and raising a son. Now in her forties, she embarks on a journey to self-discovery whilst surrounded by fellow divorcees and singletons eager to live or re-live a time gone by.
The fifth series of hit US drama Supernatural will have it’s UK premiere on Living. Already boasting a loyal UK fan base, the highly anticipated series chronicles the adventures of demon hunters Sam and Dean Winchester as they journey through small town America in a bid to rid the world of demonic forces.
In 2009, Emmy Award nominated US drama Supernatural found a new home in the UK – LIVING. To raise awareness for the UK premiere of series five starting early Feb, LIVING is launching one of the UK’s most complex alternate reality games (ARG) ever, which will offer one viewer the ultimate Supernatural prize – a chance to appear in the show.
The second season of Private Practice, the sophisticated spin-off from the award-winning Grey’s Anatomy, comes to a dramatic close on LIVING this week. The series sees Doctor Addison Montgomery (Kate Walsh), who fled the busy wards and romantic entanglements of Seattle Grace Hospital, firmly settled in her high-end LA clinic, Oceanside Wellness.
David Hasselhoff launched Mitch Winehouse’s new series on Liv in true showbiz style as the two protective parents came face-to-face to talk about everything from David’s music ambitions to Amy’s colourful love life. The memorable encounter can be viewed in its entirety in Mitch Winehouse’s Showbiz Rant, on LIVING’s new online channel Liv on Monday 2nd November.
LIVING is launching the UK’s first online TV channel. Delivering the best in style and celebrity Liv will have must-watch video news exclusives; fresh and fabulous specially commissioned programming and bonus content from all the favourite LIVING shows. Launching on Monday 2nd November, Liv is the home to all things style and showbiz, and thanks to a deal with one of the world’s leading paparazzi agencies, is set to become the ultimate daily news fix to catch up on the hottest developments on the celebrity landscape.