The series, written and created by debut screenwriter Ed Sinclair, will see Colman and Thewlis star as the seemingly harmless couple Susan and Christopher Edwards who happen to have a couple of dead bodies buried in their back garden in Nottingham.
The comedy follows Maleek (Kayo) and Wendy (Harrocks), a pair of seemingly incompatible paramedics working in the high-pressure world of a south London emergency services.
Recently divorced and overly chummy, Wendy is determined to win over her younger colleague. The pair form an unlikely friendship, and together they attempt to garner the respect of their colleagues in the paramedic team.
The six-part series was created and written by Gaby Hull and is produced by Kudos part of Endemol Shine.
Maisie Williams plays Kim Noakes, a misfit and loner who was raised single-handedly by her mum, after her dad died under suspicious circumstances when she was young.
In response to his death, her mum Tina (Sian Clifford) pulled Noakes away from mainstream society into a rural life in seclusion, forced to learn bizarre survival techniques.
Created by Gareth Evans and Matt Flannery, the first series followed the lives of the Wallace and Dumani families into London’s criminal underworld.
Following the death of gang leader Finn Wallace (Colm Meaney), his son Sean (Joe Cole) takes over the reins of the most powerful crime family in London as he seeks revenge on his father's unknown assassin.
Picking up a few months after the first series ended, Brassic’s follow-up re-joins the gang of Lancashire lads on their marvellous misadventures.
The first episode of the new series finds Vinnie, played by Joe Gilgun (Misfits), in his weed shed, where he’s been hiding out since faking his own death to escape the wrath of local gangster Terrance McCann (Ramon Tikaram).
The six-part series, written and created by Joe Parkham and Joe Markham, follows two best friends, Fran (Perkins) and Jamie (Giedroyc), who only have each other to rely on as they try to move forward in the world.
The only thing is, they kill people for a living which adds a certain element of complication to their lives.
Joe Parkham and Joe Markham commented: “We can’t believe that something which has been knocking around inside our heads for so long has been brought to life by two of the funniest people in the country, along with a load of our other comedy heroes.”
I Hate Suzie follows Suzie Pickles (Piper), a celebrity whose career is put in jeopardy when she becomes the victim of a hacking scandal that causes a compromising photo of herself to be leaked.
The eight-part series follows Suzie’s excruciating journey to hold her life together alongside her best friend and manager Naomi (Farzad), as she struggles to keep her career afloat and her marriage to her husband, Cob (Ings), begins to hang by a thread.