The 60 minute programme, titled 24 Billion Pound Party People, follows a group of wealthy young socialites as they throw parties around the world. Production company 7 Wonder said it is the first time E4 has fused the genres of documentary and reality to create a 'factuality' show.
The show from BAFTA-winning writing duo James Lamont and Jon Foster (Cuckoo), centres around four friends in the West Country who pass their time getting wasted.
Morpheus (Danny Kirrane – Trollied) is a fantasy fanatic who runs a bong shop with his neurotic sister Sarah (Rose Reynolds – The World’s End). He harbours a flame for their quirky mate Alison (Gwyneth Keyworth – Game of Thrones) who runs a tattoo parlour from the back of the shop.
Ant and Dec are nominated for the Entertainment Performance award and will battle it out against The Last Leg's Adam Hills and A League Of Their Own's Jack Whitehall. The Last Leg also receives a nomination for Entertainment programme where it will complete against Release the Hounds and The Graham Norton Show.
To celebrate the year coming to an end, we put together the best pieces of advice received from industry experts.
From a YouTube presenter to a Sky commissioner, there has been a variety of tips on offer throughout 2015.
The classic sitcom no longer rules the TV schedules in the way that shows such as Fawlty Towers, Open All Hours and Porridge did in the 1970s. Or does it?
A panel of TV practitioners attempted to tease out the answer last month at an RTS early-evening event, “No laughing matter: how does comedy fight back?” This stimulating debate made one think that we could be living through another golden age of TV comedy without necessarily knowing it.
Fisayo Akinade tells Lindsey Russell that he is over the moon about winning the Best Performance in a Single Drama or Drama Series (Male) category for E4's Banana.
Here he explains what it was like working with Russell T. Davis in the Red Production Company show.
Jamie Lee Curtis and Emma Roberts star in sorority slasher flick Scream Queens, a modern take on a whodunit, where anyone could be the murderer, or the next victim.
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This is the full video from this year's RTS Comedy event where chair Boyd Hilton asked members of the panel about comedy going online, the longevity of the genre and whether anything needs to change about what type of comedy is being commissioned.
Get an idea of what was discussed about comedy on television at the RTS No Laughing Matter event
Plans to put BBC Three online could rob a new generation of comedy writers and performers of the opportunity to find an audience, said Jessica Knappett, creator of E4 sitcom Drifters.
Knappett, who writes and stars in the series said: "I feel like BBC Three going online is a door closing, it's an opportunity that's been taken away from me. I feel personally it's exactly the sort of channel I would write for and I found it difficult enough to get an audience on E4."