North Norfolk Digital radio host Alan Partridge has a new girlfriend and station MD as he explains to Loaded why his slogan is better than Sky Atlantic's.
The I'm A Celeb winner is looking better than ever, but says men are intimidated by her.
The Big Bang Theory's Kaley Cuoco is the latest star to unleash on the Lip Sync Battle stage. Here are six of the very best from the music show.
A US comedy news channel has summed up Making A Murderer's contents in a catch song.
Emily Atack, the former star of The Inbetweeners is now appearing in Dad's Army and has a star very much on the rise.
Thirteen years after the original series run, the next mind-bending chapter of the The X-Files is here with Scully and Mulder back in action.
How The Simpsons is chasing Facebook likes and winning on social media - but losing for creating classic episodes.
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Noel Edmonds, Angela Rippon and the Top Gear presenters that time somehow forgot.
As Ross Kemp prepares to return to Eastenders, we take a look at some of Grant Mitchell's best scenes.
James Corden has hit the jackpot by getting Adele in his passenger seat. We take a look at the best of his carpool karaoke guests.
Sketch from E4’s Tattoo Fixers offers advice on getting a tattoo, dealing with tattoo pain and tells why he’ll never get anything fixed himself.
The Simpsons is passed its best. But when it comes to couch gags the show’s still firing on all cylinders and brilliantly inventive.
Celebrity Big Brother is back. And with it a TOWIE and I'm A Celeb star who's solid-gold entertainment.
Each year we are faced with an onslaught of DVDs from celebrities telling us how to loose weight. Feck off.
TV gold is in store from Tom Hardy, Winona Ryder, Vicky McClure, and blokes talking about cars.
Christmas Walford style: who needs Santa Claus when you've got the Grim Reaper?
Nobody has heard of Sabine Schmitz or Chris Harris. That doesn't mean they shouldn't get a chance to host Top Gear.
With TV shows often eclipsing film now in terms of audience rates, Loaded takes you through the biggest shows of the year.
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Olly Murs can rest easy this Christmas, safe in the knowledge that his presenting fuck-ups on X Factor weren’t even the worse ones on telly this season.
Norfolk’s finest export since Colman’s mustard is back on TV for one night only. Alan Partridge will co-host the TFI Friday Christmas special.
Rupert Evans has been circling the periphery of the big time for a number of years, and now he’s one of the leads in Man in the High Castle.
Just as Aidan Turner's Poldark has lust-filled women tuning in, the BBC have another sword-playing hero in the form of Alexander Dreymon.
Matt Berry recalls how Daisy Ridley starred in his show between shifts at a pub before her Star Wars fame.
Peter Capaldi says Doctor Who needs to engage more with real-life events after recently dealing with terrorism and immigration.
From Ricky Gervais to Mick Fleetwood, a rundown of awards hosts from the good to the disastrous.
She has been crowned Queen of the Jungle, but Vicky Pattison has long been reigned when it comes to one-liners.
They say there’s no such thing as bad publicity, and new Amazon series The Man in the High Castle launched in a blaze of not altogether glory.
Why you need to keep up with the Jessica Jones, the new super-hero series from Marvel-Netflix in which Krysten Ritter wisecracks while cracking bones.