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First look at Jez Butterworth’s new dark comedy drama Mammals starring James Corden

James Corden and Melia Kreiling as Jamie and Amandine sat on park bench in Mammals

In a world of eight billion, what happens after you’ve found the one? Can we stick to the promises we strove to keep, or are we all just mere Mammals? Butterworth's comedy-drama explores the complexity of modern marriage and fidelity through the eyes of Jamie (James Corden), a chef whose world implodes when he uncovers shocking secrets about his pregnant wife, Amandine (Melia Kreiling, Filthy Rich).

With the help of his brother-in-law Jeff (Colin Morgan, Belfast), Jamie finds himself hunting for answers.

Trailer released for British Call My Agent! adaptation Ten Percent

Prasanna Puwanarajah, Maggie Steed, Jack Davenport and Lydia Leonard in Ten Percent (credit: Amazon Prime Video)

Written by John Morton (W1A), the series follows a group of agents at a top London talent agency as they try to keep their demanding clients satisfied and their business afloat after the sudden death of the company’s owner.

Leading the cast of agents will be Jack Davenport as Jonathan, Maggie Steed as Stella, Prasanna Puwanarajah as Dan and Lydia Leonard as Rebecca.

Prime Video buys exclusive access to new UK production facilities at Shepperton Studios

The new facilities comprise nine sound stages, workshops and office accommodation, which total approximately 450,000 square feet.

The facilities form part of the wider redevelopment and expansion of Shepperton Studios, which will provide approximately 1.2 million square feet of new studio space. Once construction is completed in 2023, the Studios will comprise 31 stages, making it the second-biggest studio in the world.

The deal is part of Amazon Studios’ plans to expand its production footprint in the UK.

Can Amazon top the league of sports broadcasters?

Liverpool's striker Mohamed Salah (credit: AP Photo/Jon Super)

A run-of-the-mill English Premier League fixture on a Tuesday evening early next month is set to be one of the most significant football matches to be played in more than two decades.

That is because the game between Crystal Palace and Bournemouth will be the first ever to be broadcast live and exclusively by one of the tech giants.

Amazon, the global digital platform and retailer, is showing this and 19 other Premier League games to UK audiences during December via its subscription service Amazon Prime after paying about £90m for a three-year deal.