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News: ITV Brings Back Bad Move

ITV has commissioned a second series of the Jack Dee comedy Bad Move.


TV: Bad Move, ITV1

It's the holy grail of comedy. The mainstream family sitcom. So full marks to ITV1 – not a channel with a great track record in the genre lately – for having a crack. Whether they've totally succeeded is another matter though.

News: Good Move? Transmission Date Of New ITV Sitcom For Jack Dee

Transmission details have been announced for the new ITV sitcom starring Jack Dee. Bad Move, written by Dee and Pete Sinclair, will start on ITV1 on September 20 at 8pm.

Dee and Kerry Godliman play a married couple who are both on their second marriages and have decided that moving to the countryside from the city is the answer to all their dreams.  


TV Review: Comedians In Pubs Talking Comedy, BBC Three

We all love comedians chatting off-duty, that’s why Jerry Seinfield’s Comedians In Cars series and Alan Davies As Yet Untitled do so well. and now BBC Three has got in on the act with the low-budget, lo-fi but big-on-laughs Romesh: Comedians In Pubs Talking Comedy. 

News: ITV Sitcom for Jack Dee & Kerry Godliman

ITV has commissioned a new sitcom starring Jack Dee entitled Bad Move.
Dee will play Steve and Kerry Godliman will play his wife Nicky.


News: Referendum Specials For Jack Dee's HelpDesk

BBC Two has commissioned three new episodes of Jack Dee's HelpDesk. 

Jack Dee’s Referendum HelpDesk will air on BBC Two in the weeks leading up to the EU Referendum on 23rd June. It will see the comedian help a live studio audience with their problems and shed light on dilemmas and issues relating to the vote.

In each episode Jack will be accompanied by a panel of four special comedic guests. Nothing is written or prepared and the panel don't know what the questions from the audience will be until the show begins.


TV Review: Jack Dee's Election Help Desk, BBC2

When I first saw Jack Dee’s Help Desk onstage in Edinburgh last summer I wrote that this comedy agony uncle format was clearly a TV show-in-waiting. The surprising thing is that the BBC is trying it out for the first time with an election theme. Compare this to C4, which has given an election theme to a tried and tested vehicle, The Last Leg. Though, of course, that too started out as a specialist show covering the Paralympics, so maybe there is a weird logic here and if Dee's format works it will return.


News: Jack Dee, Al Murray, Russell Kane Top Hullabaloo Bill

The full ine-up for the Comedy Hullabaloo Festival in Stratford-Upon-Avon has now been confirmed. 

Newly announced alongside previously confirmed stars Al Murray, Ardal O’Hanlon, Jon Richardson and Mark Watson will be Jack Dee, who will be bringing his Help Desk stage show to the festival and dishing out agony aunt style expert advice to audience members in need of a sympathetic ear. Jack Dee’s Help Desk will be at 12.30pm on Saturday 23rd May.

News: Latitude Comedy Names Revealed

Jason Manford and Alan Davies have been announced as two of the main acts at this year’s 10th birthday Latitude Festival, which takes place at Henham Park in Suffolk from July 16 - 19.

The full music and arts line-up is announced tomorrow but some of the comedy names have been revealed today. 


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