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E4 orders Blue Therapy series for more dramatic couples therapy

Blue Therapy 2 will follow more young and larger than life couples on their quests to overcome the turbulence in their relationships and ‘situationships’ through therapy.

The original creator of the YouTube series, Andy Amadi from Trend Centrl and Motion Content Group, will co-produce the E4 series.

No topic will be off limits as the couples work on their relatable but divisive relationship issues, from income inequality to sexual satisfaction and what to do when your partner’s family disapproves.

E4 announces the return of Embarrassing Bodies

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The rebooted medical series will feature new doctors Dr Jane Leonard, Dr Anand Patel and Dr Tosin Ajayi-Sotubo. 

Together they will examine, advise, and offer up treatments for the patients’ medical mysteries, while also helping to destigmatise and remove the shame many feel about common conditions that are often ignored and go untreated. 

The doctors will focus on major health and sexual health problems, with help from famous faces who will partake in a series of stunts to get the nation talking about these issues. 

In Conversation with Made in Chelsea

In Conversation with Made in Chelsea welcomes Creative Director of Monkey David Granger, Executive Producer for Monkey Nazleen Karim and on-screen talent Fred Ferrier, Miles Nazaire and Paris Smith.

The panel discuss how it all began, the making of the show and how this has developed, the series’ year-on-year growth along with looking back and celebrating the past 11 years.

First look trailer released for The Real Dirty Dancing

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The series will be hosted by Dirty Dancing superfan Keith Lemon and Heart FM host and Pussycat Doll Ashley Roberts, with dance expertise from creative director of Dream Boys Jordan Darrell. 

Ten famous faces will move into a picturesque lakeside location, a British copy of the original Kellermans resort, where their dancing abilities will be put to the test. 

E4 announces a new bumper series of Married at First Sight UK

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The new series will be supersized to 30 episodes and is part of a multi-series deal between E4 and CPL Productions. 

A new batch of hopeful singles will be looking for their happy-ever-after and ready to walk down the aisle and meet a complete stranger before saying I do.

Married at First Sight UK was All 4’s third most streamed series of 2021 and brought in the largest share of young viewers watching any TV channel from 9-10pm. 

E4 acquires new dating series 12 Dates of Christmas

Set in a wintery wonderland, the series will follow three singletons, Faith, Chad and Garrett, across eight episodes as they search for a special someone to bring home for Christmas.

10 dates await the trio in an Austrian castle, from ugly sweater parties to Christmas karaoke sessions. But just as they start to make connections, new love interests will arrive to complicate their pursuits.

After the dates, they will bring their special one home for the holidays and have to decide whether to commit by midnight on New Year’s Eve.

Married at First Sight: E4’s big day

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Critics might argue that the global reality show Married at First Sight makes a mockery of marriage. But, perhaps, behind all the make-up, fake tans, glamorous honeymoons and emotional drama sits a programme that, ultimately, provides people with the opportunity to find love and friendship.  

An RTS Futures event in October heard how the UK version of the show, launched originally on Channel 4 in 2015, evolved in its latest, sixth series into a beefed-up incarnation on E4, where it has become the channel’s most successful show of 2021.