Written by This Time With Alan Partridge writers Neil and Rob Gibbons, the new comedy for BBC Two follows a failing witchfinder (Key) as he transports a suspected witch (Cooper) across 1640s East Anglia, to a trial that could change his fortunes forever.
Ahead of the upcoming 11th series, the cast and crew of Death in Paradise talk about what we can expect for the new series. Kay Ribiero talks to executive producer Tim Key and cast members Ralf Little, Don Warrington, Josie Jobert, Shantol Jackson, Tahj Miles and Elizabeth Bourgine.
The tenth series will start this month, which was filmed during the pandemic with just a three-month delay in production.
Set on the French Caribbean island of Guadeloupe, the next two series will welcome back cast regulars and introduce new faces to Saint Marie.
The crime drama will continue to feature perplexing and mysterious murders and puzzles, with plenty of surprises in store for viewers.
Executive producer Tim Key, promised that the next two series will keep viewers “on their toes.”
This is the fourth version of this piece that I’ve written. I scrapped the previous three as “the news” made them immediately out of date. I’m going to plough on with this one, although I fear that, by the time it is published, it will be entirely irrelevant thanks to world events, but hey ho. Like everyone, I’m resigned to the fact that there’s no way of predicting anything this year…
Each series sees host Greg Davies and sidekick Alex Horne stump five comedian contestants with their tasks.
Ahead of the show’s October 2020 return on Channel 4, we take a look at who and what makes Taskmaster tick.
Here are 10 things you probably didn’t know about Taskmaster.
Jessica Barden returns as Alyssa, runaway teenager turned café waitress, who adjusts to normal life after being detained by the police in connection with the death of rapist and murderer Professor Clive Koch (Jonathan Aris).
Killed by Alyssa’s boyfriend and fellow runaway James (Alex Lawther), the teenager was last seen being fired upon by the police, with his fate still to be revealed.
The eight-part series will air two episodes in a double bill every night starting on Monday 4th November, with the entire series available to stream on All 4 following premiere's double bill.
Jessica Barden reprises her role as mouthy and brazen runaway Alyssa, but the fate of James (Alex Lawther) is yet to be determined.
New images show Alyssa dressed as a bride outside a remote woodland café and in a diner uniform in the forest.
From actor/writer Tom Blasden (Plebs, Fresh Meat), Gap Year tells the story of Sean (Ade Oyefeso) who passes up a sure-fire ‘lads holiday’ to head to smoggy Beijing with his friend Dylan. However Dylan, a hopeless romantic and precocious philosophy student, is secretly scheming, and the Sean find himself travelling the entire continent with his friend.