TV Review: Catastrophe, Series 3, Final Episode

I don’t really know why but I’d slightly drifted away from Catastrophe during this series. It was still one of the best things on TV but maybe it had started off too well and I was worried it couldn't possibly keep its impeccable standards up. Like a relationship that had settled down it was good but ceased to be exciting and I started to look for my kicks elsewhere.


TV Review: Catastrophe, Series 3 Episode 2

I'm not surprised last Tuesday's edition of The Nightly Show fronted by David Walliams struggled in the ratings. Breaking news of the discovery of intelligent life on Mars (or in the White House) would struggle if scheduled opposite Inside No 9 and Catastrophe. So it'll be interesting to see how John Bishop's Tuesday show this week will do.

News: Catastrophe Series 3 Transmission Details Revealed

The transmission date of the third series of hit sitcom Catastrophe, starring Sharon Horgan and Rob Delaney, has been revealed.

The award-winning C4 show will return to TV screens in the UK for a new series on Tuesday, February 28.

Details were revealed at a special screening in London where Delaney and Horgan were interviewed by journalist Sali Hughes. It was also revealed that the late Carrie Fisher, who played Rob's mother in the series, will make one of her final TV appearances in the sixth episode.


News: Catastrophe to Return To C4 For Two More Series

Acclaimed comedy Catastrophe is to return to Channel 4 for two more series.

Journalist Boyd Hilton broke the news on Twitter this morning that the adult comedy, written by and starring Sharon Horgan and Rob Delaney, has been commissioned for two further series, adding "Just the tonic this country needs right now."



News: RTS wins for Catastrophe

C4's Catastrophe and E4's Chewing Gum were among the big winners at the RTS Awards last night.

Catastrophe, by Sharon Horgan and Rob Delaney, won Best Scripted Comedy and Comedy Writing. Michaela Coel was awarded Breakthrough Performance of the Year as well as Best Comedy Performance for Chewing Gum.

ITV favourites Ant & Dec won Best Entertainment Performance..


News: Veep, W1A, Catastrophe Up for Awards

Veep, W1A and Catastrophe have been shortlisted in the Best Situation Comedy Category in the Writers’ Guild of Great Britain Awards. The results will be announced on Monday 18 January 2016.

Veep Season Four is written by Armando Iannucci, Tony Roche, Simon Blackwell, Sean Gray, Ian Martin, Jesse Armstrong, William Smith and Roger Drew, Catastrophe  is written by Sharon Horgan and Rob Delaney and W1A is written by John Morton.


News: Global Catastrophe For Horgan and Delaney

Avalon Distribution has agreed multiple global sales of acclaimed comedy series Catastrophe. In an unprecedented marketing move, Amazon made the pilot episode available to a US audience via its Facebook page for 48 hours earlier this week where it was watched over three million times. Audiences in Norway, Belgium, Canada, Sweden, Denmark, New Zealand, Iceland, The Netherlands, Finland and Luxembourg will all also now be able to watch the series.

Review, Catastrophe, C4, Episode 2

The brilliant news today that C4 has given the green light to a second series of Catastrophe coincided beautifully with me catching up with the second episode of the first series on 4oD. I was so delighted – by both the news and the second episode – I nearly did a little jig around the room.

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