Lucy and Jon will be joined by some of their closest comedy mates to eat, drink and get very merry during the post-Christmas, pre-New Year lull. Joining the pair to enjoy a festive feast will be fellow comedians Roisin Conaty, Romesh Ranganathan and Rob Beckett. With a few surprise guests along the way, the gang will reflect on the highs and lows of 2021, with misbehaviour and chaos sure to ensue in a rollicking, boozy knees-up.
Here is the full list of series.
Emma Willis: Delivering Babies 2020
Filming for the third series of Emma Willis: Delivering Babies 2020 has already begun, following families preparing to give birth in the midst of the pandemic.
The series follows the fictionalised life of comedian couple Jon Richardson (8 Out of 10 Cats) and Lucy Beaumount, offering a look into the frustrations and foibles that come with their married life in Yorkshire.
The second series of Meet the Richardsons, written by Lucy Beaumont and Tim Reid (Car Share), will explore with increasing hilarity the conflict between Jon and Lucy’s private life and their career, as well as offering a window into how they’ve been coping during lockdown.
Flesh and Blood
Flesh and Blood opens on a sweep of a domestic crime scene while a body’s tucked into the back of a van. Mary, a friendly neighbour to the family in question, begins recounting the preceding events to investigators.
Stranger Things, season three
From Thursday 4th July, Netflix
With a release date set for U.S Independence Day, the return of Stranger Things for season three is going to be a big event and one fans have been waiting a long time for.
Creators The Duffer Brothers have promised a darker, funnier series that will be worth the wait.
UKTV has announced plans to build on the successes of 2017, which saw record viewing figures across its channels and soaring ratings for Gold’s Murder on the Blackpool Express. The broadcaster intends to increase its total number of commissioned hours from indies by nearly a third, and will push into commissioned drama.