With increasingly large swathes of the population working from home, we are experiencing surges in viewing across our network and VOD platform. We want to keep you as informed as possible during this period, which is why we have created a weekly viewing report which will go out every Wednesday, with key statistics to illustrate the changes.
The unusual circumstances will also have an impact on our schedule, which will be subject to numerous changes over coming weeks. For example, Hollyoaks will stay on air for as long as possible, so we have adapted the schedule and reduced the number of episodes per week to three from Monday 23rd March. And The Last Leg will record its final episode of the series this evening without a studio audience.
However, we’re super excited to announce that Jamie Oliver will be back on our screens starting from Monday! Jamie will be helping the nation make the most of their store cupboards with a new afternoon cooking show, Jamie: Keep Cooking and Carry On, starting Monday 23rd March at 5.30pm.
Other great shows hitting your screens over the next few weeks is the brand-new series of Friday Night Dinner, Robert Popper's award-winning comedy about the Goodman family returns with a sixth helping of episodes, 27th March 10pm.
And over on E4 we’ll be bringing the new female caped crusader to UK screens after acquiring the much-anticipated WBTV series, BATWOMAN. Starring Ruby Rose as the DC Superhero – 29th March, 9pm
And we want to remind you, we’ve got over 12000 hours of content available to stream for free on All 4, audiences can binge all day on Channel 4 favourites Queer as Folk, Shameless and Skins; US classics Seinfeld, ER and Dawson’s Creek, and when a cheer up is needed - the very best of British comedy from The Inbetweeners and Green Wing, Peep Show and The IT Crowd. Not forgetting drama from around the world brought to you by Walter Presents.
Thank you for continuing to support 4 Sales through this difficult time, as we strive to keep the nation informed and entertained.