No longer the fresh faced high school student of Nickelodeon, Doug Funnie scrapes a living as a bounty hunter in the narcotic riddled urban ghettos of Bluffington. Aided by his faithful companion Porkchop and crack dependant sweetheart Patti Mayonnaise the reality show follows Doug’s ongoing battle against bail-hopping Drug Lord and life-long nemesis, Roger Klotz. In his spare time he visits his old school with best friend and rehabilitated meth addict Skeeter Valentine to teach the local kids his life changing catchphrase: -“Drugs aren’t funnie, I am.”
An experimental batch of military grade “Mary J” falls into general circulation and leads to an outbreak of Dudeism across the globe. Each episode of this twelve part drama series follows a rag bag group of survivors as they struggle to cope with the inevitably failing economy and dangerously low stocks of vodka and cream.
Due to the everyday stresses of work and fatherhood, a dad on the brink of bankruptcy begins to think that he is in charge of an imaginary group of ageing army men. This TV drama follows the escalating actions of a man on the edge through the eyes of his children.
With a nod to one of his most notable roles, Hollywood A-lister and Academy Award winner, Matt Damon travels along the length of the River Bourne in Dorset, England. His illuminating journey investigates the river itself and the land it has shaped in a quest to uncover the true Bourne Identity.
Potential follow-up series - The Bourne Supremacy - Matt Damon takes a similar journey along the country’s other River Bournes (the variants in Chertsey, Addletone and Wiltshire for example) in an attempt to discover which is the nation’s supreme Bourne.
One time child star of kids spookfest Eerie, Indiana, Omri Katz, surprises unsuspecting members of the public with photocopies of various parts of his body. If they can decipher the specific appendage or region, they win a minimal cash prize.
Children’s animated dramatisation of Guy Ritchie’s recent revelations about how he dealt with life during his tumultuous break up from 80s pop singer Madonna by seeking solace in a friendly fox that lived on his estate.
In this reality TV show, Kerry katona is to prove she is a valuable human being by looking after cats. She starts with domestic house pets then graduates to living with a pride of lions. Viewers decide whether or not to starve the big cats before each episode.
Brian Blessed rounds up clergymen and women of multi denominations and faiths and chooses his blessed ones through a series of gruelling tasks that test how much they really love jesus/muhammed/krishna…(delete as necessary).
Richard Hammond presents this hot new Saturday night TV quiz in which hunky boy-band The Wanted take on members of the public in a battle of wits and prediction ability.
Using a combination of CGI, actors and police interviews real life car crashes are recreated down to the finest detail. The two teams (The Public v The Wanted) must then predict if the people involved in the crash ended up dead or alive. Correct answers mean points and points mean prizes from furry dice to a steering lock to a swanky new sports car.
Do these contestants have the drive to succeed or are they just Crash Test Dummies?
Less clever spin off titles: McFly: Dead or Alive, Harvey From So Solid Crew: Dead or Alive, Previous X-Factor Winners: Dead or Alive.
Made for TV redux version of the 90s disaster movie. Pierce Brosnan plays canonical writer Dante Alighieri, who must cope with being at the peak of his career. writing his seminal work ‘The Devine Comedy’ whilst a previously dormant volcano threatens a nearby town.
Calvin Eyebag is an optician who when examining a patient is able to see into their future; specifically, the year 2020. Calvin’s robot assistant, iPatch, is very annoying. His high-pitched catchphrase “I seeee” is repeated at least 8 times per episode.
Mickey Clams dreams of opening a chain of seafood restaurants aimed at hungry, thrill seeking storm chasers and situated slap bang in the middle of the United States’ Hurricane Belt. Join Mickey each week in this comedy drama as he tries to get his idea off the ground. Although sometimes, getting his idea “off the ground” doesn’t work out quite how he planned…(his restaurant is literally lifted off of the ground by a hurricane basically).
Pop pixie Eliza Doolittle lives her dream of working as a veterinarian in a busy inner city vets. Watch the indie pop folk ska singer slash songwriter perform complicated surgery on a dog, give TLC to an adorable kitten with a cough and treat a race horse with a broken leg… all with no prior training! Will she rise to the challenge or will she ‘pack up her troubles’ and go?
Judge Ian Mental is a well-mannered High Court Judge who loves his job and takes pride in giving every single case a fair hearing. Unfortunately, due to his inherited mental instability, criminals end up with increasingly bizarre sentences which have increasingly hilarious outcomes.
Possible spin-off show - “Ian Jury”. A group of friends, all called Ian, get together to become a team of professional jurors.
This rockumentary follows UK indie stalwarts Radiohead as they attempt to highlight the plight of mother Earth whilst contributing to the alleviation of global warming by travelling to the recording sessions for their latest album, The King Of Limbs, by public transport only.
It’s a little known fact that stammering shambles King George VI had an extreme phobia of peaches. When this phobia began to impact on his ability to rule the nation a solution had to be sought. This two hour documentary looks at the various techniques that were employed but which ultimately failed to alleviate the King’s fear of the furry fruit, and the relationship he struck up as a last ditch attempt with an eccentric dietician who’s less than orthodox approach led to eventual success. Contains swearing.
In a futile attempt to fulfil his lifelong dream of setting up a bar in space, Ted Danson enrolls in the grueling training programme that all NASA astronauts are put through at Space Camp. Will Ted be met with cheers or just jeers from his peers? Find out in this six-part documentary.
Join influential theorist and literary scholar Dr Liam Gallagher as he romps through a post structuralist lampooning of modern literature, calling out Martin Amis for fisticuffs and befuddling Ian Mcewan with his mesmeric Mancunian monkey walk. Show may contain strobe lighting.
Formula One supremo Jenson Button takes us on an historical journey through time and the English countryside as he investigates the story of the hedgerow. From their humble beginnings during the agriculture revolution in the 18th and 19th centuries, to their wide spread destruction and replacement with the dry stone wall in the 1960s. Jenson carries out this important investigation whilst attempting to quit smoking.
Legendary actor Jeff Bridges takes time out of his busy Hollywood schedule to present a six part documentary on a topic he is passionate about - Victorian era bridge construction. Follow Jeff as he takes a look at some of his favourites, from the Forth Rail Bridge in Scotland to Tower Bridge in London and how they influenced the great Bridge builders of the US.
Part of Channel Four’s Bodyshock season, this harrowing documentary tells the story of Enrique Romano, a proud uncle who had to watch in horror as his niece who was born with a rare genetic abnormality literally turned into a gelatinous blob.
A BBC America funded reality TV show that follows the ‘How Clean Is Your House?’ format. David Hasselhoff investigates the homes of his Hollywood neighbours in search of grime and dirt. Renowned for his obsessive cleanliness, he then takes it upon himself to bring their “crib” up to scratch.
Having recently bid a tearful farewell to her audience Oprah Winfrey contributes to this Broadway musical based on the story of her influential long-running chat show. It’s Oprah Winfrey the Opera. Contains swearing.
In an unprecedented move of method acting not seen since Daniel Day-Lewis decamped to the floor of the Atlantic ocean where he sustained himself on a diet of plankton and crabs to get into character for the part of Sebastian in Disney’s The Little Mermaid, Natalie Portman undergoes gender realignment surgery for her upcoming role as Oliver Twist in the remake of the Dickens classic.