THIS WEEK IN TV

Entrances

Samantha Morton to revisit autobiographical three-parter (Hollywood Reporter)

Brooke Karzen promoted to Warner Horizon VP (Variety)
Warp Films hires former Film 4 exec Ruth McCance to focus on international drama (Broadcast)

Exits

Phil Craig leaves Discovery for the indie production sector (Broadcast)

Sky Vision’s Alex Fraser exits as head of US acquisitions as post cut into three new roles (TBI)

Digital

4K streaming service Roku goes on sale this month in the States (Wired)

Sky picks up Ben Stiller’s Comedy Central project  (C21 )

Both NBC and ITV get set to develop Quiz Up show (Televisual )

BBC One commissions Kids Company doc (BBC)

And our TV pick of the week… the new trailer for ITV2’s new comedy Glitchy ahead of its UK premiere tonight. Produced by Talkback entertainment, in the show the public take part in completely made up reality shows including Are You Good Enough to Date My Daughter? and Britain and Ireland’s Next Top Hand Model. And get the first review here.
Also watch the trailer for 70s drama Vinyl. The new drama from Martin Scorsese, Mick Jagger and Terence Winter will air on HBO and Sky Atlantic in January.

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