‘Inside No.9’ pics gallery: First look at Season 3’s guest stars

A set of promotional images has been released for the new season of Inside No.9. Steve Pemberton and Reece Shearsmith’s critically-acclaimed and award-winning anthology series returns to BBC Two later this month. Pre-order Season 3 on DVD on Amazon here. The five new episodes follow last December’s festive special, ‘The Devil Of Christmas’. Guest stars will include … >

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‘Inside No.9’ will return for a fourth season

BBC Two has announced the commission of another season of Inside No.9, before the third season has even aired. Steve Pemberton and Reece Shearsmith’s dark comedy anthology series launched in February 2014 and returned last month with a Christmas special ahead of its upcoming new season. Season 3 is expected to air in early 2017 and will feature Felicity Kendal, … >

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‘Inside No. 9’ Christmas special review: ‘The Devil Of Christmas’

The opening episode of the third season of Inside No. 9 is a Christmas-themed nightmare, dealing with the old legend of Krampus. It also, to some extent, deals with the legend of the BBC multi-camera studio bound dramas of the seventies and eighties, employing both old-fashioned cameras and indeed retired camera operators. All of which … >

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Watch a creepy clip from ‘Inside No. 9’ Christmas special

The BBC has released the first clip from the upcoming festive episode of Inside No. 9. Written by and starring Reece Shearsmith and Steve Pemberton, BBC Two’s anthology comedy series launched in February 2014 and is returning for a third season this winter. Buy Season 1 on DVD on Amazon. Buy Season 2 on DVD on … >

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‘The Walking Dead’ Season 7 Episode 8 review: ‘Hearts Still Beating’ starts the march to war

Season 7 has been a rough ride. The Walking Dead’s attempt to build a larger world has resulted in a deeply lethargic run of episodes that have leisurely strolled from location to location, pushing out the frontiers of the show without actually progressing the plot in any meaningful way. It’s a pleasant surprise, then, that … >

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‘Crazyhead’ Episode 6 review: ‘Beaver with a Chainsaw’ is an emotional and satisfying finale

Even as it enters the realms of big apocalyptic demon carnage, Crazyhead can’t help but surprise and delight with its now-trademark anarchic style. Over the past six weeks, it’s taken the standard ‘chosen one versus supernatural’ formula and given average genre tropes an injection of tongue in cheek fun. The demon drama draws to a … >

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‘Crazyhead’ Episode 5 review: ‘Downward Facing Dog’ is unmissable fantasy TV

At first glance, this penultimate instalment of Crazyhead would appear to be business as usual. There’s the usual display of cheekiness, intelligent wit and endearing character work, but it hardly feels like its building to any huge revelatory crescendo. But whilst ‘Downward Facing Dog’ doesn’t exactly shake everything to the core ready for the big … >

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