Tracey Ullman’s Show is back on BBC One next month for a second season.
Featuring a mix of sketches, celebrity impressions and songs, the comedy series launched in January 2016 and saw Tracey Ullman return to BBC One after a break of 30 years, with a consolidated audience of over 4 million viewers.
The first of six new half-hour episodes will air at 9.30pm on Friday 3 February on BBC One.
Highlights will include the return of delinquent Dame Judi Dench, but will being a national treasure be enough to save her this time? Meanwhile, Nicola Sturgeon has her sights set on more than just Scotland; and Doctor Peluzzi can cure your bad knee and make you run faster than anyone else (but if anyone asks you to pee into a cup, get a friend to do it).
There’s also a heartfelt song from Angela Merkel and a guest star appearance from Ben Miller as Rupert Murdoch.
Tracey Ullman commented last year: “It has been a pleasure being back at the BBC, and I am thrilled to get the opportunity to write more shows with my brilliant team. The warm reception from the British public has meant a lot to me personally. I want to thank them and let Dame Judi Dench and Chancellor Angela Merkel know I couldn’t have done it without you girls. Here’s to season two.”
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