‘Inside No. 9′ writers say new season ‘pushes the horror element’

The writers of BBC Two’s Inside No. 9 have given some new hints about what to expect from the upcoming third season. Steve Pemberton and Reece Shearsmith’s anthology comedy series will return later this year with six new episodes, directed by Guillam Morales (Julia’s Eyes). Guest stars will include Keeley Hawes (Line Of Duty), Jessica Raine (Call The Midwife), … >

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Jessica Raine, Keeley Hawes and Felicity Kendal to guest star in ‘Inside No. 9’

More guest stars for the third season of BBC Two’s Inside No. 9 have been announced. Steve Pemberton and Reece Shearsmith’s dark anthology comedy series will return later this year with six new episodes, directed by Guillam Morales (Julia’s Eyes). Joining the previously confirmed Jason Watkins (Being Human) and Philip Glenister (Life on Mars) are … >

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BBC Two orders sketch show from Morgana Robinson

House Of Fools star Morgana Robinson will return to BBC Two next year with Impressions Of Fame, a brand new sketch show following a successful pilot. The six 30-minute episodes will “explore the world of celebrity both on and off the screen as she lifts the celebrity curtain with her incredible impressions.” > Buy House … >

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‘House of Fools’ Season 2 start date confirmed

Vic and Bob’s comedy House of Fools will return to BBC Two next week for a new season. Season 2 begins at 10pm on Monday 16 February on BBC Two. Set in Bob’s home, the show once again follows larger than life lothario Beef (Matt Berry) alongside Vic’s brother Bosh (Dan Skinner), Bob’s sulky son … >

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‘House of Fools’ Christmas special review

Appropriate to the season, there’s a jolly panto atmosphere for Vic and Bob’s House of Fools Christmas special. (‘Oh no there isn’t!’) Oh yes there is. The cast are having a merry time; the Fourth Wall has been carted away (and presumably papered over with German Honeymoon Horse wallpaper); and after a successful first season … >

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Why you should be watching ‘Psychobitches’

Like something precious that someone is keen to keep from breaking, the lady-led comedy Psychobitches is nestled away in the straw on Sky Arts. It really should be in a brighter spotlight, but there’s something nice about its niche presence. As the title suggests, there’s no comedy on TV right now more brazen and outlandish … >

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