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Zapped : Mr Weaver

Whilst on the UKTV Player site I saw a new fantasy comedy advertised so decided to give it a go. Starring James Buckley of Inbetweeners fame as Brian Weaver, a man transported into a fantasy land it looks like it’ll be a laugh. 449 more words


Tony Way joins Kay & Coogan in Zapped

Tony Way be joining his former Mongrels co-star Paul Kaye in Dave Lambert‘s new fantasy sitcom Zapped which airs later this year.

The series, which we told you about back in June, stars former  285 more words


You Dumb Kid: Zapped!

Zapped! (1982)

The Republican National Convention was held in Cleveland a few weeks back (don’t worry this article has nothing to do with politics I promise) and one of the prominent speakers was the one and only Scott Baio. 661 more words

You Dumb Kid

That day I called out sick and watched four movies.

I left work early yesterday because I wasn’t feeling well and then I called out today for the same reason. I decided to spend my day on the couch watching ’80s movies on Amazon Prime Video. 619 more words


New Comedy shows coming soon to a Telly near you...

This week there has been a lot of announcements of new comedy shows that are coming to the small screen in the months to come. All the shows that have been announced have big names attached to them so here is your guide of all things new and funny coming to a screen near you. 339 more words


Dave gets Zapped into parallel world comedy

UKTV’s Dave has commissioned a new fantasy series, Zapped, which starts filming shortly for transmission in the autumn.

The comedy comes from Baby Cow Productions, and stars James Buckley (The Inbetweeners), Paul Kaye (Game of Thrones), Sharon Rooney (My Mad Fat Diary), Ken Collard (Cuckoo) and Louis Emerick (Benidorm) plus a guest appearance from Steve Coogan, who will also executive produce the show. 231 more words



This story was written for Sunday Photo Fiction–May 30th, 2016. Each week the host, Al Forbes, provides a picture prompt. The challenge for each member of the group is to write an original story or poem with no more than 200 words, not counting the title and inspired by the prompt. 269 more words