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  1. @Nope. Hi there, wondering if there's still any code available. So eager to get a not-so-popular but quality show of Sky Arts.. Thanks in advance!
  2. Channel 4 has revealed further casting details for its upcoming Victorian-set comedy, Year Of The Rabbit. Starring Matt Berry and written by Andy Riley and Kevin Cecil with additional material by Berry, he stars as Detective Inspector Rabbit, a "hardened booze-hound cop" in Victorian Whitechapel. Channel 4 adds: "He's aided and abetted by his new partner Wilbur Strauss (Freddie Fox) and the country's first female police officer, Mabel Wisbech (Susan Wokoma), as they bring justice to the streets of the East End." Production is currently under way on the six-part sitcom, which is expected to broadcast later this year. A star-studded guest cast has today been announced. Alun Armstrong plays Rabbit's boss and Mabel's father, Chief Inspector Wisbech, whilst Paul Kaye is Rabbit's nemesis, D.I. Tanner. Jill Halfpenny plays Flora, Rabbit's ex; Keeley Hawes is "the mysterious" Lydia; and Sally Phillips plays Princess Juliana of Bulgaria. Also confirmed to be appearing in the show are David Dawson, Ann Mitchell, Alistair Petrie, Matthew Holness and Craig Parkinson. Keeley Hawes said: "It's great to be working with Matt, Susan and Freddie on such a brilliantly original show. Lydia is such an enigmatic character. It's been a thoroughly enjoyable, bonkers experience." Sally Phillips commented: "I can report that there is literally nothing more pleasurable than playing a haughty, 19th Century, pansexual, Bulgarian autocrat with access to guns. I may have peaked." Jill Halfpenny added: "I'm thrilled to be a part of Year Of The Rabbit. It's an amazing creative team and I've had the best time making it." The series is directed by BAFTA-nominated Ben Taylor and produced by Hannah Mackay. It is an Objective Fiction production.
  3. The voice cast has been announced for forthcoming animated comedy The Queen's Corgi. Jack Whitehall will voice the lead character of Rex, a spoilt little corgi who lives a life of luxury in Buckingham Palace. The story focuses on the British monarch's most beloved dog, who loses track of his mistress and stumbles across a clan with dogs of all kinds, confronting and fighting each other. During his epic journey to return to the queen, Rex falls in love and discovers his true self. Ray Winstone, Sheridan Smith and Matt Lucas voice Rex's mischievous canine co-stars Tyson, Wanda and Charlie. The all-star cast announced today also features Julie Walters as The Queen and Tom Courtenay as The Duke of Edinburgh. Rounding out the voice cast are Jon Culshaw (as Trump), Debra Stevenson (as Melania), Sarah Hadland (as Mitzy), Colin McFarlane (as Chief), Nadia Wadia (as Patmore), Iain McKee (as Jack) and Kulvinder Ghir (as Sanjay). The Queen's Corgi has been written by Rob Sprackling and John R. Smith, who previously worked on Gnomeo And Juliet. The film has been animated in Belgium by nWave Pictures, with Ben Stassen and Vincent Kesteloot as directors. The Queen's Corgi will be released in the UK on the 5th July 2019.
  4. The cast of Four Weddings And A Funeral are reuniting to make a new short film to be shown on Red Nose Day 2019. Richard Curtis, who wrote the original film, has created the new short especially for Comic Relief. The charity confirms: "We are delighted to confirm One Red Nose Day And A Wedding is currently in production. The short film will reunite the cast of Four Weddings And A Funeral for the first time in 25 years." One Red Nose Day And A Wedding will feature original cast members Hugh Grant, Andie MacDowell, Kristin Scott Thomas, John Hannah, Rowan Atkinson, James Fleet, David Haig, Sophie Thompson, David Bower, Robin McCaffrey, Anna Chancellor, Rupert Vansittart, Simon Kunz, Sara Crowe and Timothy Walker. The charity teases: "They will be joined in the short film by some very special guest stars." Director Mike Newell is also returning to direct this new instalment, which picks up the story 25 years after the original film. Richard Curtis comments: "We're all definitely older - I suspect no wiser. It's been really enjoyable working out what's happened to all the characters - and now they get back together, one last time, for the 5th wedding. Where, as usual, not everything will go as planned." Comic Relief is currently running a competition in which fans can visit the set, join the cast for breakfast, and get a walk-on part. Donate via givergy.com/comicrelief before the midnight on the 9th December to be in with a chance of winning. During the last Red Nose Day in 2017, Curtis reunited the cast of Love Actually for the short Red Nose Day Actually. Red Nose Day 2019 will be broadcast on BBC One on Friday 15th March 2019. The charity has also announced an all-star comedy gig at Wembley Arena for Thursday 28th February 2019.
  5. It has been revealed that Kristin Scott Thomas and Fiona Shaw are set to guest star in Series 2 of Fleabag. The new series of Phoebe Waller-Bridge's multi award-winning sitcom has finished filming and will premiere this spring on BBC Three's iPlayer channel. Revealing more about the plot, the producers say: "Fleabag is back for a second bite, and this time she is going toe to toe with the man upstairs. In an unexpected twist of fate, our lost little rascal meets a Priest (Andrew Scott) who jolts her into seeing the world in a different way. Picking up a year on, there are still old wounds to unpick and new ones to dress as the next chapter of Fleabag's life takes her to hell and back. "Since the end of the last hilarious series when her entire family rejected her, her darkest secret was revealed and she nearly threw herself in front of a car, she's back for more laughs than ever. "Fleabag and Claire are brought together by an unexpected attack and tensions rise as another side of her sister emerges. Further afield, Dad still can't look Fleabag in the eye and Godmother slithers closer into the girls' lives. "Joyful, bleak, poignant and sucker-punch funny, the original cast is joined by a car-crash of new characters as we delve further into the world of Fleabag. With hope and faith at the core of Series 2, our heroine finds herself in the midst of a battle she is determined to win: Fleabag Vs God." Scott Thomas and Shaw join a principal cast including returning cast stars Olivia Colman (Godmother), Sian Clifford (Claire), Bill Paterson (Dad), Brett Gelman (Martin), Jenny Rainsford (Boo), Hugh Skinner (Harry) and Hugh Dennis (Bank Manager). Fiona Shaw CBE is perhaps best-known for her role as Aunt Petunia in the Harry Potter film franchise. She and Waller-Bridge recently worked together on the international hit series Killing Eve, where Fiona played the role of Carolyn Martens, the Head of the Russian Service at M16. Dame Kristin Scott Thomas is a five-time BAFTA and five-time Olivier Award nominee, who won the BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role for playing Fiona in Four Weddings And A Funeral. Joking about the two guest stars joining the show, Phoebe Waller-Bridge says: "They literally begged me to be in it. Begged me. Begged. One of them was crying." Kirstin Scott Thomas comments: "Phoebe Waller-Bridge cannot be ignored. She manages to hit core issues with sledgehammer brutality as she trips along with a spring in her step. I laughed helplessly as I binge watched the first brilliantly funny series and enjoyed being aghast at times. I was very flattered to be asked to be in Series 2." Fiona Shaw adds: "Phoebe's mind is like nothing else." Shane Allen, Controller Comedy Commissioning at the BBC, comments: "Phoebe's singular writing and vision has been blessed by British acting royalty lending their talents to the new series. If it was any more starry you'd get a migraine." Producers Two Brothers Pictures comment: "We are so excited for the return of Phoebe's truly original and much-loved show, and we're honoured that both Kristin and Fiona have lent their incredible talents to this second series. We can't wait for audiences to see Fleabag's next set of adventures and these very special guest appearances unfold." Fleabag will premiere on BBC Three and Amazon Prime Video this spring.
  6. Dominic Cooper is to star in a TV sitcom pilot about a physical training instructor who works in a gym. US industry website Deadline reports that the Mamma Mia! actor will play Andy Peacock in the pilot, a physical training instructor in a mid-market gym "where the punters are obsessed with selfies and Instagram". A pilot episode of Peacock will be filmed shortly for Sky One. It is not intended for broadcast, but will be used by the network to decide whether to order a series or not. The comedy has been written by and will be directed by Steve Stamp and Ben Murray. The duo, who have been friends since school, have previously worked together on People Just Do Nothing. Stamp plays Steves in the hit sitcom, whilst Murray contributed material to the first two series. He has since made Wannabe, the BBC Three sitcom starring PJDN's Lily Brazier. The sitcom is being produced by Big Talk, the company behind shows including Friday Night Dinner, Mum and Timewasters. Kenton Allen and Saurabh Kakkar are the executive producers. If picked up as a series, Peacock will be Dominic Cooper's first major TV comedy role. He previously appeared in an episode of Horne & Corden and had parts in the films Tamara Drewe and The Lady In The Van, but has not appeared in a sitcom before. In recent years he has been best known as Jesse Custer in the American fantasy drama series Preacher. Peacock has yet to be announced by Sky. Further details about the project are expected in due course.
  7. Sick Of It, the sitcom starring Karl Pilkington, is to return for a second series. The first six-part run aired on Sky One in September and October, and now the network has ordered another batch of episodes, which are expected to be filmed in 2019. Written by Pilkington and director Richard Yee, Sick Of It sees Pilkington playing a version of himself, as well as a visible manifestation of the voice inside his head. A crotchety middle-aged cabbie, the comedy sees Karl recently ditched by his long-term girlfriend, now muddling through life and attempting to make sense of the modern world. Living with his elderly Auntie Norma (Sondra James) since the break up, his closest companion is now his own inner self, his uncensored inner-monologue that just won't shut up: "the voice in his head who says what he really thinks without the risk of offending others". Series 2 will see Aunt Norma replace Karl with a young, "sparky" care worker, triggering a bout of soul searching for Karl about how little he's achieved in his life. As he attempts to get a new job, earn enough money to move out of Norma's house and start dating again, he has to contend with the new carer who not only looks after Norma but begins to take over his life too. Karl Pilkington says: "I should be chuffed that people liked it enough that Sky want a second series, but just like in Sick Of It, my inner voice is reminding me of the sleepless nights and stress I went through when doing the first series. I can never enjoy anything." Richard Yee adds: "There's no one able to express the anxiety and confusion of the modern world with as much wit and humanity as Karl, so it's a joy to be bringing him and his miserable alter ego back for a second series of Sick Of It." Jon Mountague, Sky's head of comedy, comments: "The 'real' Special One is coming back to Sky One and so is his inner self. We couldn't be more thrilled." Sick Of It is the first scripted series Karl Pilkington has written. Talking about his motivations for making the show, in an interview about Series 1 he said: "I thought I'd had enough of telly. I'd bought my house and once I got it paid for I thought, 'well that's all we're working for'. But after having a bit of time off, I just got bored. "After doing all the travel stuff for God knows how long, I'd had enough of hanging around airports and feeling jetlagged. But then I met up with Richard. He directed some of the trips in An Idiot Abroad and The Moaning Of Lifeand he asked me if I wanted to have a go at writing something. And we sat down and chatted about the programmes I liked and it just sort of went from there. It was just something to do."
  8. Matt Berry is to star in a one-off comedy for BBC Two that uses archive footage to satirise the UK's relationship with the EU. The Road To Brexit has been written by Berry alongside Arthur Mathews. The pair previously created cult hit Channel 4 sitcom Toast Of London. The half-hour special will explore "Britain's troubled relationship with Europe" using archive footage and filmed interviews, following the story from the 1970s to the present day. The comedy, which is being made by Objective Fiction, will be produced and directed by Hannah Mackay who is also working with Berry on his forthcoming police-set sitcom Year Of The Rabbit. The Road To Brexit will be shown this Spring, to tie in with the UK's planned date of leaving the bloc, which is set for 29th March 2019. Speaking about Berry and Mathews, Commissioning Editor Kate Daughton says: "There's a theory in comedy that you can't send up something that's already self-satirising or farcical. These two ludicrously inventive BAFTA winning heavyweights rise to the challenge to provide a comedy tonic on a subject we're all feeling incredibly worn out by."
  9. Sky One has commissioned a new sitcom from writers Simon Blackwell and Chris Addison. Breeders will star Martin Freeman as "a caring father discovering he's not quite the man he thought he was", with Daisy Haggard playing his wife. The 10-part series aims to "expose the paradox of parenting - that it is possible, in the same moment, to love your child to the horizon of the universe, while being apoplectically angry enough to want to send them there." The show, which will be made in 2019 for broadcast in 2020, has been co-commissioned by Sky in the UK and FX in America. Freeman says: "I'm excited to be making Breeders with a team that can make me laugh while we look at some of the less-discussed truths and challenges of being a parent. I really love this project and am delighted to be working with FX and Sky." Sky's Head of Comedy, Jon Mountague, comments: "Imagine a parent gazing lovingly into the eyes of their newborn - that's how proud we at Sky are with Breeders. Brilliant scripts which see parenting through such an authentic and hilarious lens. Martin, Chris and Simon are an unstoppable comic force, but I can't vouch for them as parents. Together they're bringing the kind of premium quality comedy our customers have come to expect. We can't wait to show the world our new baby." Breeders will be made by Avalon Television, the independent production company behind shows such as Not Going Out. As previously reported a non-broadcast pilot was filmed earlier this year, with Ben Palmer as the director, and Michael Gambon taking on a role. Talking about the series commission, Blackwell says: "I am very excited about making Breeders, to the point of being told to go to bed and stop showing off." Blackwell, who is also currently writing Back on Channel 4, and Addison have previously worked together on shows including The Thick Of It and Veep. Chris Addison adds: "It's a treat to be cooking up stuff with my old comrade Simon Blackwell and the peerless Martin Freeman. We're very excited that FX and Sky have agreed to finance what is effectively us working through some of our own issues in the form of ten half-hour sitcom episodes. Usually you have to pay for your own therapy." Breeders will air on Sky One and streaming service NOW TV in 2020.
  10. Stephen Mangan will star as Charles Dickens in a new comedy for the Sky Arts Urban Myths strand. Bleak House Guest will also star Ian Hart as Hans Christian Andersen and Monica Dolan as Charles Dickens's long-suffering wife, Catherine. The episode will form part of the third season of Urban Myths, the Sky Arts strand that dramatises strange-but-true and apocryphal events starring the rich and famous. The episode is being produced by students from the National Film and Television School. The NFTS have been commissioned to make the show alongside Slam Films, as part of the school's Bridges to Industry scheme. Morwenna Gordon, commissioning editor for Sky says: "We're incredibly proud of Bleak House Guest and thoroughly enjoyed the process of working with Slam and the NFTS on this project. With Stephen Mangan, Ian Hart and Monica Dolan in front of the camera, and a talented crew of NFTS alumni, It will make a world class addition to our next series of Urban Myths." Jon Wardle, NFTS director, comments: "We are extremely grateful to Sky Arts for giving our graduates and students this opportunity to create an episode for such a high-profile series. Our Bridges to Industry scheme is such an important aspect of what we do at NFTS, and we couldn't give our students and graduates this career enhancing experience without the continued support of our industry champions like Sky." Louise Delamere, producer for Slam Films, adds: "Slam is delighted to have worked together with Sky and the NFTS on the Bridges to Industry initiative. This unique endeavour resulted in an Urban Myth which Slam are incredibly proud of - not just for the quality of the programme itself but for the opportunities we were able to offer young, emerging talent." Bleak House Guest will join the already announced Mick And Margaret, which charts Princess Margaret's 30-year friendship with Mick Jagger, in the next Urban Myths line-up. Further details of other Series 3 episodes will be announced in the new year. The new Urban Myths episodes are due to be shown on Sky Arts in the Spring.
  11. Filming has started on Series 5 of Inside No. 9. Reece Shearsmith and Steve Pemberton have written six more episodes of their comic anthology series, which are now in production, for broadcast on BBC Two later in the year. As is the case with previous series, details of the plots and guest stars are being kept tightly under wraps. A photo of a clapperboard marked 'Take 1' was released by the BBC today to signify the start of production. The image reveals that Pemberton will be directing one of the new episodes. This will be the third time he's overseen a shoot, having previously directed the Cold Comfort and Nana's Party instalments in Series 2. The photo also features the silver hare statue, a prop which features in every episode of the show, no matter the plot. The fifth series of Inside No. 9 was announced in February 2018, as Series 4 concluded. A one-off Halloween special followed in October, bridging the gap between the series. The episode, which was broadcast live, took many viewers by surprise. Viewing figures have been steadily growing for Inside No. 9, thanks in part to all episodes being available on BBC iPlayer as a box set. The show has achieved wide critical acclaim and collected a number of prestigious awards since it launched in 2014. Last year it was voted Comedy Of The Year in the Comedy.co.uk Awards. Speaking at the time of the Series 5 announcement, Steve Pemberton and Reece Shearsmith said: "Having tried and failed to convince the BBC to produce a full Cheese & Crackers series (or at the very least a Summertime Special), we have reluctantly agreed to do another series of Inside No. 9. We will once again attempt to trick, tickle and terrify you - but not necessarily all at once. Unless there's a twist. Which there won't be. Or will there? Huge thanks to BBC Comedy and BBC Studios for their continued support, and to our loyal fans for continuing to spread the word." BBC Comedy Commissioner Shane Allen commented: "Reece and Steve continue to dazzle, shock and knock audiences for six with their uniquely layered storytelling craftsmanship which attracts the cream of British acting talent. There is not a more distinctive or ambitious comedy show being made anywhere in the world right now as week in week out they create whole new worlds and sets of characters which have instant impact." Further details - including the guest stars appearing in Series 5 - will be revealed in due course.
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