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Apologies for these reviews being so late. Due to illness, travel and work (plus the other 634 things I’m currently doing) a chance to rewatch both episodes in order to provide a more involved review has been difficult to find, but I’ve finally managed it and so, for your reading pleasure are two reviews of the latest episodes. 1,024 more words
ITV’s new three-part drama, The Widower, starts soon and the channel has released a trailer that hints at the darkness ahead. It stars League Of Gentlemen and Psychoville’s Reece Shearsmith as mild-mannered nurse Malcolm Webster and how he, over a 13- year period set about poisoning and murdering his first wife (Sheridan Smith), attempted to do the same to his second wife and went on to concoct a further scheme to deceive his third fiancée. 12 more words
Is there such a dearth of imagination in the world of British comedy that we can’t even get to the end of a six-part series without recycling ideas? 535 more words
ITV has ordered a new four-part drama about a missing persons unit that must track down serial killers who target vulnerable people.
Chasing Shadows is created and written by Rob Williams (DCI Banks), and stars Reece Shearsmith (Psychoville), Alex Kingston (Marchlands) and Noel Clarke (Doctor Who). 44 more words
There’s a silent half-hour comedy on the iPlayer right now. It will be there until 19 March 2014 and I reckon you should check it out. 437 more words
Inside No 9 proved last night that there is seemingly no such thing as a limitation for Reece Shearsmith and Steve Pemberton. After last week’s Sardines used limited spacing and staging, A Quiet Night In utilised limitations in sound with minimal dialogue used to pay homage to silent, slapstick comedy. 370 more words