Helena Bonham Carter Joins BBC’s ‘The Cleaner’; Hayu European Growth – Deadline

Helena Bonham Carter joins BBC series The Cleaner
Helena Bonham Carter and Peep show David Mitchell is among those BBC comedy actors cleaner. His books and address Albinion And the Task Manager Superstar Greg Davies, the series is a remake of German comedy. It focuses on Paul ‘Wicky’ Wickstead surveying crime scenes after the police finish their police work. Other cast includes Stephanie Cole (It remains open at all timesDonald Sumtergame of ThronesShubu KapoorFour joys and a funeralRuth MadleyYears and years), Leighton Williams (Everyone is talking about Jimmy Musician (Zeta Star)victim), Georgie Glenn (the crownBill Skinner (Ted LassoAnd Esmond ColeStill so awkward). cleaner Produced by Studio Hamburg, UK, with BBC Studios sold worldwide. Filming has started and will be shown later this year.

BBC unites Olivia Coleman and Helena Bonham Carter for a hypothetical pantomime produced by Richard Curtis; Anya Taylor Joy as title role

Hayu continues European growth
Hayu is launched in 11 other countries by NBCUniversal International. Hayu will be available, for the first time, in Spain, Portugal, France, Italy, Switzerland, Lithuania, Estonia, Latvia, Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic, in addition to now being offered directly to consumers in Germany and Austria. The broadcast device is now available in 27 countries, including the United Kingdom and Australia. Features of offers incl keeping up with the Kardashians And the Real Housewives Franchise.

MTV International Requests for ‘Celebrity Pitfalls: Celebs and Pregnant’
MTV International has commissioned a reality series Celebrity Pitfalls: Celebrities and Pregnant. The nine-part Appeal TV show will follow celebrity couples, including Outgoing on the beach Superstar Charlotte Dawson, Big Brother UK Star Kate Lawler, and Love island Marcel Somerville, On Travels of Pregnancy. Episodes 9 x 44 minutes were commissioned for MTV International by Craig Orr and Kerry Taylor. The series is produced by Orr and Jaime Brannan for MTV and Jake Attwell for Appeal TV.

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