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Wednesday, February 2nd at 8:30pm 

Jessica Alba delivers an energetic and lively performance as a sexy dancer from the inner city, who becomes a successful music video choreographer, a career which is threatened when her mentor blackmails her to either sleep with him, or get blacklisted within the industry. Also starring Mekhi Phifer, Joy Bryant, and Lil’ Romeo. (2003)

Tuesday, February 1st at 8pm

Britney Spears and Scrubs’ Sarah Chalke guest star in this week’s How I Met Your Mother, screening on Tuesday, February 1st at 8pm on C4.

“We’re thrilled to have Britney Spears on the show,” How I Met Your Mother co-creator Craig Thomas tells Entertainment Weekly.

“Britney is an exciting new talent and we can’t wait for the world to meet her. Now if you’ll excuse me, I have to go check out this ‘Internet’ thing everyone’s talking about,” he adds.

But before Thomas disappeared home to play with his dial-up modem, he also weighed in on the casting of Scrubs’ Sarah Chalke as Ted’s doctor turned love interest, Stella. 

“We couldn’t be happier to have Sarah Chalke joining us,” he says. “Not only is Sarah smart, funny and charming, but we already know she looks damn good in a lab coat.” 

Make sure not to miss Britney Spears and Sarah Chalke when they guest star in How I Met Your Mother, screening on Tuesday, February 1st at 8pm on C4.

 

 

Monday, January 31st at 9:30pm

Skins, the sex, drink and drug-fuelled drama that depicts teenage life as it often is, rather than how parents imagine it, is saying goodbye to the second generation of a group of spliff toting British teenagers when the series concludes the encore screening of its fourth season on Monday, January 31st at 9:30pm on C4.

According to series creator Jamie Brittain, the series four finale will be an emotional roller coaster for the series’ young characters. “It’s all about goodbyes,” Brittain explains. 

“It’s about saying goodbye to your friends and the things you’re going to leave behind. It’s sort of a poem about the end of teenage life. It’s a very pretty and beautiful episode.”

Unlike previous episodes the finale will not have a character focus but will instead conclude each teen’s story. 

“The finale takes place at Naomi’s house and is set over two days,” Brittain continues. “Throughout the episode, a series of showdowns will ensue between the characters,” he adds.

As well as this, the episode will also see Klariza Clayton returning to the series as Freddie’s sister Karen. 

Could Clayton become the central character for Skins’ fifth season? Only time will tell. But in the mean time make sure not to miss the fourth season conclusion when Skins says goodbye its second generation on Monday, January 31st at 9:30pm on C4.

 

Sunday, January 30th at 8:30pm

International action hero Jean-Claude Van Damme stars as Luc Deveraux, the only survivor of the original, ill-fated Universal Soldier project. He has come out of retirement to be the technical advisor on a special government program preparing a new, stronger breed of soldier that is more sophisticated, intelligent and agile. Also starring Michael Jai White, Heidi Schanz, and Xander Berkeley. (1999)

Wednesday, January 26th at 8:30pm 

When Jane Browning is exposed to a biochemical weapon that alters her genes, she becomes endowed with incredible self-healing powers and extraordinary physical and mental abilities. On the run from a sinister organisation determined to replicate her powers – or destroy them – Jane joins forces with some unlikely allies to become an ultra-covert crime fighting agent. Starring Emmanuelle Vaugier, Eric Dane, and Tate Donovan. (2005)

Tuesday, January 25th at 9pm

Through the year audiences have witnessed Sabre buying out the office, Jim (John Krasinski) and Pam (Jenna Fischer) having their baby, Andy (Ed Helms) and Erin (Ellie Kemper) building a romance and Michael (Steve Carell) wooing a hot-spot barmaid. 

Now the time has come to say goodbye to Michael Scott and his desk jockeys in The Office sixth season finale, screening on Tuesday, January 25th at 9pm on C4.

This week’s season conclusion sees the press learn that Sabre’s printers cough on fire, sparking office tension and the arrival of Sabre CEO Jo Bennett (Kathy Bates). 

With blazing intent, Bennett is now determined to smoke out the whistle-blower. 

So who will prove to be the guilty party? Find out when The Office concludes its sixth season on Tuesday, January 25th at 9pm on C4.

Sunday, January 23rd at 8:30pm 

From the director of The Hills Have Eyes comes the terrifying story of troubled ex-cop who must save his family from an unspeakable evil that is using mirrors as a gateway into their home. Starring Kiefer Sutherland, Paula Patton, and Amy Smart. (2007)

 

Wednesday, January 12th at 8:30pm 

When John Winger loses his job, his car, his apartment and his girlfriend – all in one day – he decides he has only one option: volunteer for the army. And he talks his friend Russell into enlisting with him. Where else, they figure, can they help save the world for democracy… and meet girls! Starring Bill Murray, John Candy, and Harold Ramis. (1981) 

Wednesday, January 12th at 7:30pm

They have danced their little butts off for the last nine weeks, but now the time has come to name the $100,000 winner in this week’s Step It Up & Dance season finale, screening on Wednesday, January 12th at 7:30pm on C4. 

When the creators of Project Runway and Top Chef approached Elizabeth Berkley about hosting a new reality dance series called Step It Up & Dance, the actress immediately said “yes”.

“It was a no-brainer,” Berkley explains. “[Production company] Magical Elves has this incredible winning formula, so I knew it would be good quality.”

“And when you have the level of talent involved, it’s amazing to see how people, literally – and I hate to use the pun – step it up.”

Over its season Step It Up & Dance has followed 12 dancers competing in a variety of dance styles, including Latin and hip hop. 

Each week the weakest dancer was eliminated from the competition, until only three dancers remain for this week’s final call-back, during which $100,000 will go to the winner.

“No one can hand you anything as a dancer,” Berkley explains about the series’ grand prize. “You have to earn it, that’s why Step It Up & Dance has been such an fun show to watch.”

“In an age where everyone wants to be famous for nothing, this show is refreshing because as a dancer, you can’t just get by. It’s about hard work.”

Sunday, January 9th at 8:30pm 

The search for a woman’s missing brother leads a detective to the hidden lair of a vampire queen and her lusty minions. Starring Dennis Miller, Angie Everhart, and Corey Feldman. (1996)