Before going into this review I should state that I have one major problem with Fleabag: other critics.
For those who prefer their crime series to be not as traumatising and gloomy as the shows that tend to … [ Read More ]
The first details of the next series of Steve Pemberton and Reece Shearsmith’s comic anthology series Inside No. 9 have … [ Read More ]
This new comedy drama follows the life of a woman who has some seriously disturbing thoughts.
The eighth series of the ITV comedy drama has an intriguing opening: a wedding, attend by the whole gang.
Jim Carrey reunites with Michel Gondry, who worked with him on the film Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, in … [ Read More ]
As someone with a learning disability I am immediately drawn to Shaun Pye’s new comedy drama.
Co-written by Sharon Horgan (Catastrophe), this new comedy drama follows three mid-30s women in Dublin struggling with live.
Sky Art’s comedy drama series this week looks at what “happened” during the world’s biggest concert.
Sky Arts presents a second series of “true” stories about the rich and famous.
Aidan Gillen stars in this biopic of the great sit-down stand-up comedian from Ireland.
Anyone familiar with Inside No. 9 will know that the final episode in each series always tends to be the … [ Read More ]
The comedy anthology Inside No. 9 will return for a fifth series next year.
This time we are following Jury 9, a group of people deciding who is going to win a “Best Actress” … [ Read More ]
A terrace house is the setting for this week’s tale, about a married couple and some dark secrets.
Inside No. 9 episodes are known for having at least one twist, but Once Removed has so many twists and … [ Read More ]
A collection of props from a wicker basket No. 9 provide this rather sad tale about an old comedy double … [ Read More ]
Seth MacFarlane, most famous as the man behind Family Guy, brings us a live-action comedy offering.
Ruth Jones’s comedy drama returns for one final series.
There are not that many long-running Sky dramas, and while Mount Pleasant is not the most revolutionary or mould-breaking of … [ Read More ]
There are not that many adaptations of Israeli comedy shows in Britain. The only one I can think is the … [ Read More ]
The finale of the second series of Car Share brings up two questions: why is this series only four episodes … [ Read More ]
Car Share is a brilliant sitcom, in that thanks to it that it became cool to like Peter Kay again.
Written by among other people the team behind ITV2 Roman sitcom Plebs, E4’s latest comedy drama goes even further afield, … [ Read More ]