Trying Again, Doll & Em and The Smoke!

Trying Again is a sitcom about what happens after the affair. Set in The Lake District, Matt and Meg are meant to be together, they're pretty sure of that. And they really are trying to put her indiscretion with her boss Iain behind them. But it's not easy when you live in a small town where everyone knows everyone's business and you have bills to pay.

Highlighting friendships and love and all the problems those things bring, focuses on a relationship between people who make mistakes but live in the hope that love will conquer all.

Real-life best friends Emily Mortimer (The Newsroom, Shutter Island) and Dolly Wells (Spy, Bridget Jones' Diary) are heading to Sky Living in the new semi-improvised comedy, Doll & Em.

Joining an impressive new line-up of British dramas and comedies to Sky Living, this original comedy series is an intimate portrait of the ins and outs of female friendships.

Set in LA, Doll & Em is created by the pair and looks at what happens when your best friend becomes a Hollywood star and you find yourself employed as their personal assistant.

The series stars Em (Mortimer), a successful actress starring in a Hollywood movie who invites the newly single Doll (Wells) to LA to become her PA.

Complications ensue as the line between real life and work becomes increasingly blurred and the motivation of each is questioned.

ALSO Cute Emily Mortimer interview on Jonathan Ross. She talks about working with Martin Scorsese and Doll & Em.

Jamie Bamber (Law & Order UK, Battlestar Galactica) and Jodie Whittaker (Broadchurch) head up our exciting new firefighter drama The Smoke.

Written by Lucy Kirkwood (Skins), the eight-part series follows the high-adrenaline adventures of White Watch, a team of London firefighters. Leading the crew is Kev (Bamber), a good man injured and betrayed during the worst fire of his career. Standing by Kev's side as he returns to work is his gutsy girlfriend Trish (Whittaker) and his cocksure friend and fellow firefighter Mal (Rhashan Stone). Other members of the crew include the fearless Ziggy (Pippa Bennett-Warner) and the mysterious new boy Dennis (Taron Egerton).

The Smoke is a high octane, emotionally gripping, funny, and occasionally outrageous ensemble drama about what it's really like to be a firefighter in Britain today. And it's tough trying to be a hero in a world that dismisses and disregards heroes. But whatever White Watch might go through, they are never beaten down, and they are always able to fall back on one another. As irreverent and emotionally charged as it is thrilling, you'll never before have seen a show about firefighters quite like The Smoke.

Bamber - who plays firefighter Kev - has promised that the eight-part drama will deliver "kick-ass, life-threatening fires and emotional explosions".

The Smoke starts February 20 at 9pm on Sky 1.

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