Anyone up for a 21st century ‘Are You Being Served’, ‘Keeping Up Appearances’, ‘Up Pompeii’ and ‘Good Neighbors’!

On the heels of yesterdays announcement that the BBC is looking into reviving several classic British sitcoms, including the Ronnie Barker classic, Porridge, and the Michael Crawford’s Some Mothers Do ‘Ave ‘Em, as part of their forthcoming Landmark Sitcom Season. Officials at the BBC announced that the series would mark 60 years since Hancock’s Half Hour transferred from radio […]

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Till Death Us Do Part’s Warren Mitchell dies at 89

Warren Mitchell, best known for his controversial role as Alf Garnett, a working-class bigot in the TV series Till Death Us Do Part, died early Saturday at the age of 89. Mitchell, who served in the Royal Air Force and attended the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, jumped at the chance to portray the ‘likable bigot’. “The script […]

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Valco to reopen its doors on Sky 1 HD, tonight on ‘Trollied’

Trollied, which is set in a fictional supermarket in the north-west of England, is back beginning tonight at 9p on Sky 1 HD for it’s 5th series! I happen to love this series if you haven’t figured it out by now. Thankfully, the series has survived a number of cast departures over their first four series, most notably, Jane […]

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Pats and Eddy looking ‘AbFab’ on the French Riveria

What started out as your run-of-the-mill, everyday £10,000 bet between Absolutely Fabulous co-creator/star, Jennifer Saunders, and former partner in the comedy sketch duo of French & Saunders, Dawn French, is now much closer to reality as filming has begun in the UK and the South of France on the new AbFab movie tentatively titled, Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie. […]

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Stephen Fry passes the ‘QI’ mantle at the alphabet’s halfway point

As they hit the halfway point of the alphabet, QI, (which stands for Quite Interesting), is losing its long-time host, the brilliant Stephen Fry (insert sad-face here). While Fry’s final series begins tonight at 10p on BBC2, when series 14 begins filming in the Spring/Summer of 2016, Sandi Toksvig will be charged with the herculean […]

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‘Holy Grail’ found in lost Monty Python animation

Following last night’s 40th anniversary re-release of Monty Python and the Holy Grail (in sing-along fashion, no less), comes the brilliant news that 14 minutes of ‘lost’ animation has been discovered that never made it to the film when it was released back in 1975. Kind of like finding the ‘Holy Grail’ of sorts if you think […]

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Grab your coconuts! It’s ‘Holy Grail Day 2015’!

Happy Holy Grail Day 2015! To commemorate, and celebrate, the 40th anniversary of Monty Python and the Holy Grail, arguably the funniest comedy in the history of cinema comedy, will be re-released in both the UK and in the U.S. for one night, and one night only. That ‘one night only’ is TONIGHT (October 14) courtesy of Park […]

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Like Nigel Tufnel, ‘Red Dwarf’ ready to turn it up to XI!

To those that have yet to be able to handle the notion that it will be right at two years between new Sherlock episodes, try being a long-time Red Dwarf fan in recent years! As so very eloquently pointed out by the official RD website, reddwarf.co.uk, it has, officially, been  three years, three months and ten days between the […]

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