ITV at the Movies
|ITV at the Movies|
|Created by||Richard Leyland|
|Starring||Giles Vickers-Jones (Series 1 to 6),|
Lizzie Cundy (Series 5-7),
James King(Series 6-7),
David Bass(Series 7)
|Country of origin||United Kingdom|
|No. of series||7|
|No. of episodes||74 and 2 specials (list of episodes)|
|Running time||30 minutes|
|Original release||2005 –|
18 December 2010
|Followed by||The Movie Show on ITV2 (2011)|
ITV at the Movies was a weekly British television film review show broadcast on ITV2, originally presented by Giles Vickers-Jones. The final series was presented by James King and was produced and directed by Richard Leyland. The show was replaced in 2011 by The Movie Show on ITV2.
- Series 2 was broadcast Friday nights at 8:30pm on ITV2, with a repeat on the main ITV Network the next day (September to December 2005).
- Series 3 aired on Friday afternoons on ITV2 at 5:15pm with no repeat showing (September to October 2006).
- Series 4 moved back to a slightly later slot on Friday nights at 8:00pm, with a late night repeat on ITV4 (January to April 2007).
- Series 5 was broadcast Friday afternoons at 12:30pm on ITV2 (some weeks 1:00pm), with a repeat the next day on the same channel (5 September to 21 November 2008).
- A Christmas special of ITV at the Movies was broadcast on ITV2 on Saturday 20 December 2008 at 2:25pm, with a repeat Wednesday 23 December 2008 at 10:30am.
- Series 6 was broadcast on Saturday afternoons between 1:35pm and 2:00pm on ITV2, with a repeat the next day around 8:30am and on Wednesday afternoons at 12:30pm or 1pm on ITV2 (21 November 2009 to 16 January 2010).
- ITV at the Movies special: Enter the World of James Cameron, aired Wednesday 16 December 2009 at 1pm ITV2.
- ITV at the Movies special: Oscars 2010, aired Saturday 6 March 2010 at 1:30pm ITV2.
- Series 7 (the final series) was broadcast Saturday afternoons around 1:30pm on ITV2, with a repeat the same day around 4am and the next lunchtime (25 September 2010 to 18 December 2010).
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