I Literally Just Told You is a new comedy game show on Channel 4 in the UK that's fast becoming a hysterically funny, nail-biting, suspenseful piece of reality TV Call it Reality Sitcom, if you will Recently, comedian and host Jimmy Carr gave a contestant £18,000 after a screwup cost the guy the show's prize[...]
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The stars of the hit Channel 4 sitcom, which is available on Netflix in the US, confirmed via Twitter that their work was done It's goodbyes all-around. Derry Girls Nicola Coughlan, who plays Clare Devlin and also appears in Bridgerton, took to Twitter to share the bittersweet news, posting a photo of herself and co-star Louisa Harland[...]
From the junior private detectives to organised crime to a Watchman superhero to the club clientele, and Faith – who knows both above and below, as well as gossip apps, sloth comparison websites and video games that exploit the dreaming. Netflix, Channel 4, BBC, Apple, Amazon, if any of you want to get into bed with[...]
Derry Girls, the hit high school Channel 4 sitcom set in 1990s Northern Ireland, is ending after its upcoming 3rd Season Variety reported that series creator Lisa McGee made the official announcement on Twitter on Thursday, who said 3 seasons was always the plan, McGee said The series was the most popular show in Ireland[...]
Mark Rylance and Simon Pegg will be the headliners in The Undeclared War, a new British cyber-thriller produced by Channel 4 and NBCUniversal for the Peacock streaming service in the US Other cast members include Adrian Lester, Maisie Richardson-Sellers, Alex Jennings, and Hannah Khalique-Brown The six-part series will be written and directed by BAFTA winner[...]
The first glimpse of Doctor Who-writer Nida Manzoor's new six-part Channel 4 music comedy, We Are Lady Parts, has been released A bold and celebratory comedy exploring sisterhood, belonging and finding your voice, We Are Lady Parts, a six-part half-hour series is currently slated for release on Channel 4 in Spring The series will also launch[...]
It's A Sin, the recent Channel 4 drama by Russell T Davies, described as Queer As Folk meets Our Friends In The North, has some impressive statistics to share, and they are not just the usual ones. It's A Sin screencap Firstly, the show has gained 18.9 million views on their free streaming app All4 across five[...]
It's A Sin reaffirms Russell T Davies (Queer As Folk, A Very English Scandal) as the premier screenwriter of gay life in Britain.
We've mentioned Russell T Davies' new TV series It's A Sin on Channel 4, a kind-of cross between Queer As Folk and Our Friends In The North And delighted in its recreation of a scene from eighties Doctor Who for one of its characters to get cast as a bit part Channel 4 now reports[...]
Queer As Folk especially had a lead character obsessed with the show, to the extent that rattling off the actors who had played the lead became a seduction technique, including the classic refrain "Paul McGann doesn't count". Which is how, in the 80s-set drama It's A Sin due to air on Channel 4 in ten days,[...]
Brown volunteered the information that he took the time to play Civilization 6. "Dead Pixels" panel, NYCC Dead Pixels is a British comedy series originally produced by Channel 4 It features a group of friends who play an MMO together as their full-time lives outside of their normal muggle jobs They are utterly obsessive gamers and quite[...]
Channel 4 has commissioned Quentin Blake's Clown – based on the classic 1996 children's book – for December 2020 Produced by Eagle Eye Drama (the production company recently launched by the team behind global drama brand Walter Presents), the animated Christmas special is based on a popular book by one of Britain's most illustrious and well-loved authors/illustrators,[...]
Today's Popbitch mailer, focusing on TV shows that never made it to air, reminded me of the never-aired planned-for Channel 4 TV series from 2014, Geri: Life Sucks, a fourth-wall breaking real-life parody comedy drama starring Spice Girl, Geri Halliwell as a fictional version of herself, dealing with post-fame life, being a mother – and[...]
It's A Sin is Doctor Who's Russell T Davies' brand new 5-part drama for Channel 4, previously known as Boys (we thought there may have been an issue here) Taking the title from the Pet Shop Boys track from the time it is set, It's A Sin follows the story of the 1980s, the story[...]
The BBC pulled an episode of Fawlty Towers from its streaming service for “racial slurs,” but series creator John Cleese wasn't having that.