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Inside No 9 Review: Series Two: 'La Couchette'

The second series of ‘Inside No 9’ is one of the most welcome and anticipated returns of the television year. The first series was highly acclaimed by both critics and viewers for its compellingly told standalone stories, beautifully written & performed by the brilliant creative partnership of Reece Shearsmith and Steve Pemberton. 1,554 more words

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Inside No. 9 : La Couchette

If you haven’t watched the first season of Inside No.9 then don’t worry, the series is a anthology series, each episode is its own self contained little masterpiece full of dark comedy and brimming with talented guest stars. 479 more words

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Everything you need to know about Inside No. 9

Fans of the BBC’s Inside No. 9 rejoice for a second series returns tonight.

For those who have yet to discover this dark comedy, here’s everything you need to know. 253 more words


Success for Harry & Paul and Inside No. 9

Last night saw the ceremony for this year’s Royal Television Society Awards, an evening that celebrates a broad range of fine television, from comedy to drama documentaries. 163 more words

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Preview: Inside No. 9 - La Couchette

Next week sees the long-awaited return of Inside No. 9 - the twisted anthology series from Reece Shearsmith and Steve Pemberton.

Episode One airs on Thursday, 26th March at 10pm on BBC Two, and with Alice Lowe and Paul Kaye amongst the big name guest stars this series, TVO was keen to see the results as soon as possible. 841 more words

Reece Shearsmith

Return to No. 9

BBC Two have released the first trailer for the forthcoming second series of Inside No. 9.

For those who missed the sublime first series,  162 more words

Alice Lowe

Reece Shearsmith's masterly and compelling portrayal of a mundane psychopath

This three-part real crime drama about the murderer Malcolm Webster had impressive credentials to recommend it, even before it was transmitted & the jaw-dropping, grim true story hooked viewers in (and increased its audience over the three episodes) The assured quality attached to the programme from the start was its producer/co-writer Jeff Pope and its lead actor Reece Shearsmith. 773 more words

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