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We binge on comedy for breakfast and drama for lumch, Netflix says

Netflix viewers are most likely to turn to comedy shows at breakfast, dramas in their lunch break and documentaries in the small hours, according to new data released by the streaming service.

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Hugh Bonneville playing the Earl of Grantham.

Hugh Bonneville squashes Downton Abbey film rumours

Downton Abbey star Hugh Bonneville has squashed rumours that the hit period drama is to be made into a film - but said he would love it if they were true.

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Kyle MacLachlan back as Agent Cooper as Twin Peaks returns after 26 years

Twin Peaks made its much-anticipated return to television screens after a 26-year hiatus when its surreal brand of death and mystery was revived.

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Nicole Kidman in How To Talk To Girls At Parties.

WATCH: Sheffield filmed Hollywood movie starring Nicole Kidman gets its premiere at Cannes

A Sheffield filmed Hollywood movie starring A-list star Nicole Kidman has been given its premiere at the world famous Cannes Film Festival.

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Jenna Coleman’s ‘Victoria’ teaser marks monarch’s birthday

The first glimpse of Jenna Coleman as Queen Victoria in the second series of hit drama Victoria has been unveiled to mark 198 years since the monarch was born.

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Kyle Tomlinson when he was 12.

WATCH: Amazing footage of Sheffield Britain's Got Talent sensation Kyle Tomlinson singing as a 12-year-old

This is Sheffield Britain's Got Talent sensation Kyle Tomlinson singing when he was just twelve - and when judge David Walliams told he wasn't good enough to make it.

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COURT IN THE ACT: The jury.

TV preview - The Trial: Murder in the Family

The sheer number of police procedurals and court dramas that populate the TV schedules is all the evidence we need to prove we can’t get enough of whodunnits, whether fact or fiction.

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The late Tim Piggott-Smith stars in King Charles III

TV Choice: What to download or stream this week

Stuart Chandler finds the best of the streams, catch-ups and downloads for you this week.
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Missy makes a return in Doctor Who.

TV Choice: Five of the best shows to watch this week

TV editor Stuart Chandler has been leafing through the schedules to bring you five essential watches for the week.
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Sean Bean as Fr Michael Kerrigan

TV Choice AND VIDEO PREVIEW: Sean takes his holy orders in gritty drama

Broken, Tuesday, 9pm, BBC One

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Big Preview AND TRAILER: Every returning Twin Peaks character – and how we left them

Big Preview AND TRAILER: Every returning Twin Peaks character – and how we left them

Much like a “damn good coffee” from the Double R Diner, anticipation is brewing ahead of David Lynch’s Twin Peaks revival, starting this week on Sky Atlantic and NOW TV. Nick Mitchell gives a rundown of who’s back
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Fans of The Crown are unhappy that the show missed out on all five of its Bafta nominations.

Fans left angry as royal drama The Crown leaves Baftas empty-handed

Fans of The Crown have been left angered after the big budget royal drama failed to win a single award at the Baftas.
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Yorkshire dramas Happy Valley and Emmerdale reigns at the BAFTA awards as The Crown misses out

Happy Valley has triumphed over The Crown at the Bafta TV awards, as the royal drama left empty handed despite racking up the most nominations with five nods.
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The Crown is among the favourites to win at the TV Baftas on Sunday.

When are the TV Baftas on and who is nominated for an award?

The great and the good of British television will do battle on Sunday evening when the Baftas are presented at a gala ceremony hosted by Sue Perkins in London's Royal Festival Hall.

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Buck's Fizz won the Eurovision Song Contest in 1982 with 'Making Your Mind Up'.

The best (and the worst) of the United Kingdom's Eurovision song contest entries

From Bucks Fizz to Daz Sampson, the UK has offered its neighbours in Europe some interesting delicacies across the 61-year history of the Eurovision song contest.
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Big Brother’s new series promises ‘culture clash of modern Britain’

Big Brother bosses have said the new series of the reality show will present a “culture clash of modern Britain”, as they unveiled a new eye with a political theme.

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GROOMING VICTIMS:  Ruby, played by Liv Hill, Holly, played by Molly Windsor and Amber, played by Ria Zmitrowicz, tell the story of the Rotherham sex scandal in Three Girls.

TV preview: Three Girls

Three Girls tells the story of three of the children who were victims in the 2012 grooming and sex trafficking case in Rochdale, how they were ignored by the authorities and how they eventually made themselves heard.

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Natalie Lowe with Louis Smith (left) and Jay McGuiness who will tour in the new show, Rip It Up. PIC: PA

Strictly star Natalie Lowe to Rip It Up in 1950s-themed stage show

Strictly Come Dancing star Natalie Lowe has announced she will be touring with two of the show’s former celebrity champions now she has left the competition.

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Shirley Ballas.

‘Queen of Latin’ gets Strictly head judge role

Shirley Ballas has been confirmed as the new head judge on Strictly Come Dancing.

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MTV seeks Yorkshire contestants for 'body transformation' series

MTV seeks Yorkshire contestants for 'body transformation' series

The producers of an MTV show are looking for local people who want to overhaul their image this summer.

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