The doctors help Carly (19), who’s devastated by her excess skin; four teenage brothers who still wet the bed; Charlotte (18), whose excess sweating is ruining her future; and Claudia (13), who’s being bullied because of her extreme eczema.
Another chance to see the third series of the multi award-winning show. It’s the start of term and Carli (Emily Head) is organising a charity fashion show, and like every school fashion show it’s only for the coolest and best looking kids.
Hot on the heels of celebrating its best ever first quarter for share of 16-34 viewers, E4 today announced a generous helping of youth skewed Entertainment and Comedy commissions to add to its existing raft of award winning home grown and US hits.
Seb Cardinal and Dustin Demri-Burns, otherwise known as charismatic comedy duo Cardinal Burns, are to bring their acclaimed sketches to E4 following a full series commission from Comedy Editor, Fiona McDermott.
The 6 x 30minute series will be produced by Left Bank Productions and executive producer will be Andy Harries with series producer Jenna Jones.
The series will be infused with the imaginatively bizarre, madcap and cartoonish style for which Cardinal Burns have built an impressive reputation on the live stand up comedy circuit. The series will be filmed later in the year for transmission in 2012.
Following the record of a non-TX pilot earlier this year, Comedy Commissioning Editor, Nerys Evans has green-lit The Midnight Beast to series, to be screened on E4 early in 2012.
The Midnight Beast (aka Stefan Abingdon, Dru Wakely and Ashley Horne) are already bone fide internet sensations, with thousands of followers and subscribers on facebook, Twitter and YouTube.
A global phenomenon thanks to their parody of worldwide hit ‘Tik Tok’ by Ke$ha, The Midnight Beast have so far notched up a staggering 33 million hits on YouTube. The series will be produced by Mary Burke and is a Warp Films/Cuba Comedy co-production.
New clip show, Little Box of Horrors completes the line-up of new comedy commissions. The series will be a collection of all of the strangest, most outrageous and disturbing clips ever broadcast around the world.
From a woman who has a monkey for a daughter to an advert for a must-have fishing device called The Wonder Boner, it’s a show with something for everyone – well, everyone who likes odd telly.
The show is voiced by Inbetweeners star James Buckley, whose irreverent tone acts as the perfect guide to navigate the audience through the weirdness. Commissioned by Fiona McDermott, Little Box of Horrors is made by Zeppotron and is Executive Produced by Neil Webster and Peter Holmes; with Greg Bower as Series Producer.
Every year since 1851 gorgeous, fashionable American university students get together to invite a select few new members into their Sorority Chapter, a secret all-female club. For the first time ever British girls will have the opportunity to be a part of it, in E4′s brand new reality show Sorority Girls.
Five all-American Sorority ‘Sisters’ are setting up the first ever Sorority Chapter at a British university. But making it into a sorority is no easy matter; potential new members must endure weeks of ‘hazing’, humiliation and hard work, and most of all be beautiful and perfectly turned out every single day.
Sorority Girls follows a truly original, formatted club as it transfers to the UK, shedding light on all the weird rituals, unique traditions, tear-filled tantrums and attempts at sisterhood, making the ultra-exclusive and glamorous Sorority system accessible and attainable for British girls.
Filming over summer, Sorority Girls has been commissioned by Entertainment Commissioning Editor, David Williams and will be made by 12 Yard Productions. Executive Producers will be Andy Culpin, Michael Mannes and Matt Walton.
Pout (W/T) is a new entertainment concept-doc series that follows leading fashion photographer Perou as he faces the biggest challenge of his career: to create a series of photos that opens the window on the world of modelling and on the lives of the models themselves.
After choosing eight professional models from across the modelling world, Pout gets down and dirty on the daily demands of life as a beautiful commodity. Who are these people putting themselves on the front line of the super body conscious, hyper harsh fashion world?
Is life one long glamour party, or a constant battle to stay on top?
The 8 x 60min is commissioned by Entertainment Commissioning Editor David Williams and will be made by betty TV with executive producer Dave Emerson and series producer Toni Williamson.
Also bought to E4 by Entertainment Commissioning Editor David Williams will be the return of Tool Academy.
Premiered earlier this year with an average consolidated audience of 845k across the 7 episodes, including over 1m viewers for episode 3,Tool Academy is a borstal for bad boyfriends and the competitive reality series sees unsuspecting partners sent to relationship bootcamp, by their other halves.
The new series will film later this year and is made by Objective Productions.
Starting soon on E4 is the new reality drama Made in Chelsea which follows the lives and loves of London’s young socially elite in an affluent pocket of South West London and Europe’s premier destinations.
They’re immaculately dressed, fiercely ambitious and party hard – but beyond the posh accents, fast cars and polo parties, life isn’t all champagne and canapés.
Commissioned by David Williams and made by Monkey. See below for trailer.
With a renewed contract for a second series of comedy, Phoneshop, from TalkbackThames, will screen later in the year and the new comedy project from Avalon starring Chris Addison, a celebration of story telling, stand up and new comedy talent, in Chris Addison’s Show and Tell (w/t) will also be served up.