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The End of the F***ing World announces release date for series two

Jessica Barden (Credit: Channel 4)

The eight-part series will air two episodes in a double bill every night starting on Monday 4th November, with the entire series available to stream on All 4 following premiere's double bill.

Jessica Barden reprises her role as mouthy and brazen runaway Alyssa, but the fate of James (Alex Lawther) is yet to be determined.

New images show Alyssa dressed as a bride outside a remote woodland café and in a diner uniform in the forest.

Russel T Davies creates new drama for Channel 4

Russel T Davies and the cast of Boys (Credit: Channel 4)

Beginning in 1981 and tracking through the decade, Boys charts three young men discovering and celebrating their gay identity in the backdrop of the devastating AIDS crisis.

The five-part series stars singer Olly Alexander from the band Years and Years as 18-year-old Ritchie Tozer. As Tozer begins a new life in London, he meets party boy Roscoe (Omari Douglas) and the unassuming Colin (Callum Scott Howells), two fellow gay men who soon become his closest friends.

Channel 4 celebrates Black History Month

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gal-dem, an online and print publication committed to sharing the experiences of women and non-binary people of colour, will delve into Channel 4’s archives to curate a Black British History collection.

The six titles that have been selected each comment on the black British experience and will be accompanied by six new short films.

The new films will see members of the gal-dem community interview individuals related to the original films.

Channel 4 announces new series Meat the Family

Meat The Family (Credit: Channel 4)

The three-part series will see four meat-loving families as they share their homes with the animals that would normally end up on their plate.

Over three weeks, the families will learn about the animals they are living with and the impact of their meat-eating habits.

Cutting-edge studies will investigate animal behaviour and intelligence, as well as the farming practices used and the environmental impact of the meat industry.

Meet the players entering Channel 4 reality show The Circle

Emma Willis (Credit: Channel 4)

Anyone can be anyone in The Circle, but when the aim of the game is to gain popularity, some are not who they seem. 

The reality series looks at the highs and lows of social media, as eight contestants try to win over their fellow competitors and convince them they are who they say there are for a chance to win the prize of £100,000.

The Circle sees contestants live in separate flats in the same building, but their only way to communicate with each other is through a social media platform called The Circle.

Rylan Clark-Neal to host new Buy It Now at Christmas series

Rylan Clark-Neal (Credit: Channel 4)

The studio entertainment series gives sellers and inventors the opportunity to showcase their innovations and sell them to an audience of real shoppers.

In the new four-part series the stakes are even higher, as the innovators will be given the opportunity to pitch to some of the UK’s biggest national retailers right before the most crucial shopping period of the year.

Sellers have only 90 seconds to showcase their products and impress an audience of 100 potential customers, who then vote if they like the product or not.

Channel 4 announces new comedy Lady Parts

Lady Parts (Credit: Channel 4)

Lady Parts follows geeky PHD student Amina Hussein as she is recruited to join a Muslim female punk band as the unlikely lead guitarist.

Front-woman of the band, Lady Parts, Saira spots something in Hussein that the other members of the band miss and, out of desperation to keep the student in the band, she uses Hussain’s search for a husband as leverage.

Offering to hook the student up on a series of dates, Hussein joins the band and quickly gets swept up in joyful, anarchic punk lifestyle.