The first three months of 2019 saw the return of hit shows including Fleabag, Derry Girls and Timewasters, but we also saw a number of brand new comedies arrive on the scene. Here’s a roundup of the best new comedies that aired on British TV between January and March… This Time With Alan Partridge This … >
So many new comedies aired in the UK between October and December that we decided to split our recommendations into two parts. Part 1 featured Sick Of It, There She Goes, The Bisexual and Women On The Verge… Sally4Ever This dark comedy, a co-production between Sky Atlantic and HBO, is Julia Davis at her filthily … >
45 years after the sci-fi horror comedy musical’s first appearance, Richard O’Brien’s Rocky Horror Show is embarking on a new year-long national tour.
Since the summer came to an end, a lot of new comedies have made their way onto our TV screens – in fact, so many that we’ve decided to split our October-December recommendations into two parts. Here’s part 1 of the best new TV comedies that have aired in the UK over the last three … >
Although there wasn’t a huge amount of new comedy on our screens over the summer, Channel 4 gave us two sitcoms that were well worth watching. Here’s our pick of the best new TV comedies that aired in the UK between July and September… Stath Lets Flats Jamie Demetriou stars in this sitcom about a … >
Here’s our pick of the best new TV comedies that aired in the UK between April and June… In The Long Run This semi-autobiographical Sky sitcom from Idris Elba is based on his experience of growing up on a Hackney council estate in the 1980s. He stars as the patriarch of the family, inspired by … >
The first three months of 2018 saw the return of shows including This Country, Mum and Damned, as well as the launch of several brand new sitcoms. Of the new sitcoms that aired in the UK between January and March, we’ve chosen the ones that are most worth catching up with… Derry Girls This Channel … >
The middle-aged dads of alternative comedy return once more with a holiday special which -as can only be expected from the pair- has absolutely nothing to do with Christmas or the New Year. This return of the cult comedy hit conjures a half hour of surreal vignettes, made up of set-pieces and sketches which contain … >