After a successful debut in 2022, Moe Gilligan is set back as the host Brit Awards In 2023. Triple BAFTA winner Gilligan is one of the UK’s biggest comedy stars. His Netflix originals are hugely popular and he has his own multi-award winning entertainment format “The Lettuce Show with Mo Gilligan.” He is a judge on “The Masked Singer” and hosts the UK version of Jimmy Fallon’s “That’s My Jam”.
Nominations for the 2023 Brit Awards will be announced next Thursday. The awards, one of the biggest in the British music world, will take place on February 11 and will be broadcast live ITV1 and ITVX – From London The O2 Arena.
Gilligan said: “Hosting the BRITs last year was one of the most amazing moments of my life. I’m so honored to know the incredible team behind music’s biggest night and proud to bring our amazing audiences even closer to their favorite artists. I promise you, we’re going to be even bigger this year… let’s go!”
of Japan Nippon TV revealed that Fox Turkey From January 10, “Taçsız Prenses”, the Turkish version of its hit series “Without Family”, will air. the production MF YapimAnd written by the scriptwriters of “Mucize Doktor/A Miracle” (the Turkish version of “The Good Doctor”), the title “Taçsız Prenses” means “Uncrowned Princess” in Turkish.
“Without Family” follows a young girl who will do anything to save her mother who is confined to the hospital with a serious illness and her adoptive father who is a violent drunk. It became a phenomenon in Japan when it aired on Nippon TV and became a high-grossing feature film, followed by a successful second season on Nippon TV. The format was also adapted into games, novels, and comic books.
Meanwhile, Bold animation‘ Emmy-nominated animated series “Moominvalley” (13 x 22’) has been renewed for a fourth season by Anchor Broadcasters. the sky (UK) and Yle (Finland). Additionally, and new for the fourth season, Viaplay Group has boarded “Moominvalley” as a co-producing partner and will air all four seasons. via play Streaming platform in multiple regions including Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Poland and the Netherlands.
“Moominvalley” is based on the beloved Moomin story by the Finnish-Swedish author and artist. Tove Jansson. Season 4 is set to launch in late 2024 and will be directed by Nigel Davies (“Shaun the Sheep”).
BBC Studios-Supported independent production companies Brock Media have the right Caleb Azumah NelsonHis second novel, “Small World,” is in a competitive situation. Due to being published by viking, an imprint of Penguin Random House, 11 May, the novel is about father and son, faith and friendship, spanning three summers in London and Ghana. It follows Nelson’s award-winning, bestselling debut novel “Open Water.” Brock Media will work closely with Nelson, who will write the script. The company recently produced “The Outrun,” an adaptation of the best-selling memoir starring Amy Liptrot. Saoirse Ronan And there will be a theatrical release later this year.
Director-Writer-Producer David Wilkinson and his company Guerrilla Films Giving audiences the opportunity to watch the Holocaust documentary “Getting Away with Murder(s)” for free identification Holocaust Memorial DayJanuary 27. In the film, Wilkinson’s journey takes him all over the UK, Ireland, the USA, the killing fields of Lithuania, Latvia and the Czech Republic, Poland, the infamous death camp Auschwitz – Birkenau in Austria, France and Germany.
The film will appear on Amazon and Tubi in the US, Canada and Australia; Roku and Jumo in the US and Canada; Peacock and Plex in the US and 7 Plus in Australia.
Netflix has released a trailer for his 1970s spy thriller drama “Mission Majnu” inspired by true events. managed by Shantanu Bagchi and produced by RSVP And GBAmovie stars Siddharth Malhotra And Rashmika Mandanna Also starring Parmeet Shetty, Sharib Hashmi, Kumud Mishra, Zakir Hussain and Mir Sarwar. “Mission Majnu” is streaming from January 20.
Watch the trailer here: