7 items from 2015
Noah and Alison's local tour proves to be more dangerous than they had expected - and meanwhile, Alison's husband Cole (Joshua Jackson) takes a stand on behalf of the community.
Newzoids: ITV, 9pm
Following the general elections, the show impersonates the main political leaders, as well as the usual pop singers, sports personalities and TV stars.
Castle: Alibi, 9pm
Kate (Stana Katic) finds herself struggling to solve the toughest case of »
Princess Charlotte isn't even a week old, but she's already had a marionette makeover for this week's Newzoids.
The royal family are round to celebrate the new baby in the episode, while puppet versions of Britain's politicians are on the campaign trail ahead of Thursday's election.
Newzoids continues tonight (May 6) on ITV at 9pm. »
Newzoids continues on ITV next Wednesday, April 29 at 9pm. »
Newzoids: ITV, 9pm
First in the series of the satirical sketch show featuring a blend of puppetry and animation.
The men's team face tough challenges this week, as they struggle to survive without necessities on the island.
A rivalry breaks out between builders Paul and Andy, and two of the islanders are swept off the rocks while fishing in a dangerous stretch of coastline.
The Vampire Diaries: ITV2, 9pm
Caroline's (Candice Accola) plan has devastating results, leading Jo to set out »
Jon Culshaw and Debra Stephenson have made their names with their impressions of the famous faces all around us - and now they're back to provide more familiar voices in ITV's new satirical, topical puppet show Newzoids.
But how is it different from the classic series Spitting Image? Who is the best political leader to impersonate? And why did Michael McIntyre freak out at his impression? Digital Spy sat down with Jon and Debra to find out the answers to all those questions and more...
So how is this not Spitting Image?
Jon: "It's got a 21st century feel to it. It's a different rack of characters which generates a different style of joke. It's faster, somehow. And it just sort of reflects the whole coalition, social media generation. Nowadays, the puppets have got more of a spikiness, more of an edgy exaggeration to them. And of course, the comedy »
Newzoids has revealed an image of its Jeremy Clarkson puppet.
The ex-Top Gear presenter will be among the familiar faces to feature in ITV's upcoming puppet topical comedy sketch show.
Describing the programme, ITV said: "Imagine a world where David Cameron and Nick Clegg battle it out on Jeremy Kyle, where Ed Miliband joins Ant & Dec on I'm a Catastrophe…Get Me Out of Here!, and where Professor Brian Cox finds an extraordinary new planet in the solar system - Kim Kardashian's backside."
Newzoids starts on ITV on Wednesday, April 15 at 9pm. »
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are the latest well-known faces to get the puppet treatment for Newzoids.
Among the roster of famous faces on the Newzoids roll call are Ant & Dec, Wayne Rooney, Beyoncé, Harry Styles, Prince Harry, David Cameron, Ed Miliband, Nick Clegg, Barack Obama, Russell Brand and Simon Cowell.
The six part series also features the voice of impressionist Jon Culshaw.
Newzoids starts on ITV next Wednesday (April 15) at 9pm. »
7 items from 2015
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