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A Canadian comedy mockumentary television series about the misadventures of a group trailer park residents living in the fictional Sunnyvale Trailer Park in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia.
Trailer Park Boys is a series about everything that can go wrong with life. It revolves around Ricky (Robb Wells) and Julian (John Paul Tremblay), two guys whose lives were molded by their typical experiences growing up in the Trailer Park like stealing, fighting, smoking, drinking, scamming and listening to Van Halen. The Boys have had their share of trouble with the law and there's no surprise that most of their adult lives have been spent behind the bars.
The series was created and directed by Mike Clattenburg which became the continuation of Clattenburg's 1999 film of the same name and premiered in 2001 on the Showcase television network. In 2007, the planned final season ended and on December 7, 2008, the supposed-to-be final episode '' Say Goodnight to the Bad Guys was premiered as a special on Showcase ending the initial run of the series. Countdown to Liquor Day (second film) was released on September 25, 2009 in Canada and after issues in production, the third film has finally been completed and will be released in April 2014 . The show became very successful in many countries and with the continued international interest in the original series, Season 8 production started last July 2013 and will be aired this year. And during the first quarter of 2014, the pre-production of the 9th season has begun.
A British sitcom by Channel 4 which revolves around the comedic adventures of three technical support workers set in the London offices of the fictional Reynholm Industries. It written by Graham Linehan, produced by Ash Atalla. Chris O'Dowd, Richard Ayoade, Katherine Parkinson, Chris Morris and Matt Berry are lead roles of the show.
The show is the surreal look at what it's really like to be the underof every company. Under the corporate high-rise towers which are full of wonderful lively people with one success story after another and while others work in fantastic surroundings, there are three employees struggling to work below ground in the dark and horrible basement, trying to make it into normal workplace as possible.
The It Crowd focuses on these three IT staff: the dorky genius but naive Maurice Moss, the workshy and lazy peevish co-worker Roy Trenneman and their head/relationship manager Jen Barber who knows nothing about their field of work and doesn't even know the difference between hardware and software. It also focuses on Denholm Reynholm and his son Douglas which are the bosses of Reynholm Industries.
The comedy premiered on February 3, 2006 and has four series of six episodes each. In 2011, Graham Linehan announced that there won't be a fifth series but a special episode. The final episode aired on September 27, 2013. The show has won awards from the BAFTA's, the International Emmys and the Rose d'Or television entertainment awards. The IT Crowd also received an award from the fan voted Comedy.co.uk Awards organised by the British Comedy Guide and gained individual awards from British Comedy Awards and Irish Filam and Television Awards.
A British sitcom following the lives of Mark (David Mitchell) and Jez (Robert Webb), two socially dysfunctional roommates from their twenties to thirties who have nothing in common but having a normal life and a flat in Croydon, South London. Since 2003, it has been on Channel 4 and the show's eight series in late 2012 makes it the longest-returning comedy in Channnel 4's history. The sitcom also uses a unique filming style and shows the point of view shots being able to hear the main characters thoughts and internal monologues as voice-overs. The programme is written by Jesse Armstrong and Sam Bain with Mitchell and Webb's additional material amongs others.
Mark Corrigan has steady employment for most of the series and Jeremy "Jez" Usbourne is an unemployed aspiring musician.Mark is financially secure but is always shy and socially inept with a cynical attitude which makes him the total opposite of Jeremy. Jeremy, on the other hand, usually has a much more positive and vigorous perspective on the world, yet his declared talent as a musician has to be recognised. He is more successful with the opposite sex than Mark but he is not as famous or interesting as he would like to think himself.
Peep Show is considered to be a cult television show. Early reviews called it "promising" and recognised it had "the sniff of a cult favourite". It was claimed that the series in years to come, Peep Show will "be seen as the pinnacle of comedy it obviously is." by Jane Simon of the Mirror. It also won several awards including the titles "The Best Returning British TV Sitcom 2007" and "Comedy of the Year 2008" in The Comedy.co.uk Awards. The Guardian newspaper described it as "the best comedy of the decade" while The Times praised the show's "scorching writing" and named it the 15th best TV show of the 2000s.
Channel 4 announced in September 2013 that the show will end with its ninth series, which will air in 2014.
An Australian television satirical comedy series performing sketches mocking social and political issues, and often feature comedic publicity stunts. The series is produced by The Chaser, an Australian satirical group and broadcast by ABC1.
The show was first aired on February 17 2006 and has since producedd three seasons with 58 episodes. The third season was aired on 2009 featuring ten episodes but was reduced to 8 episodes for being suspended for 2 weeks following the controversy of the ''Make a Realistic Wish Foundation'' sketch.
The stunts displayed in the series have often been controversial. For example, Licciardello was charged after selling fake knives to Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs fans outside one of their league games on July 14, 2006.
Chasers War on Everything have received various nominations and awards. The show won an Australian Film Institute (AFI) Award for Best Television Comedy Series in 2006. The Atheist Foundation of Australia's Tom Paine Award was also given to the show in 2008. It was also nominated for the TV Week Logie award ''Most Outstanding Light Entertainment Program'' for the third season.
A crazy sitcom about three exiled priests who live in craggy island of Ireland with their housekeeper. It was produced by Hat Trick Productions and broadcast by Channel 4. Father Ted was created and written by Arthur Mathews and Graham Linehan. It has three series and a christmas special which was premiered April 21, 1995. Father Ted was also aired in Ireland and Australia.
The main four characters are Father Ted Crilly (Dermot Morgan), Father Dougal Maguire (Ardal O'Hanlan) and Father Jack Hackett (Frank Kelly) and their housekeeper Mrs. Doyle (Pauline McLynn) who seems to never stop making tea. These three priests were exiled on the island for various past incidents. The set was on the fictional remote location of Ireland's west coast island where they lived together in the parochial house.
Father Jack is a rambling old drunk while Father Dougal is said to have less common sense than a toddler even he means well, which that leaves Father Ted as the only sane member of the trio. The series also featured a number of contemporary Irish actors and comedians.
The show won the BAFTA award for Best Comedy in 1996 and 1999 while Best Comedy Performance was given to Morgan. The show also won the Best New TV Comedy at the British Comedy Awards in 1995 with O'Hanlon was awarded with Top TV Comedy Newcomer Award. McLynn also received the Top TV Comedy Actress Award and the show got the Top Channel 4 Sitcom Award at the 1996 British Comedy Awards. Father Ted also got the Best Channel 4 Sitcom Award in 1997 and Channel 4 viewers voted for it as the No. 1 in C4's 30 Greatest Comedy Shows in August 2012.
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