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Interview: Mae Martin On Her New Sitcom Feel Good

Feel Good is a new semi-autobiographical comedy for Channel 4 from Mae Martin and co-written by Joe Hampson.

The series follows recovering addict and comedian Mae, who is trying to control the addictive behaviours and intense romanticism that permeate every facet of her life. Life is further complicated by a new and all-consuming relationship with her new girlfriend George...

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Video: Watch Trailer for New Mae Martin Comedy Feel Good

Feel Good stars Mae Martin as Mae, a rising talent on the stand-up circuit and recovering addict whose addictive behaviours and intense romanticism dominate every single part of her life. When she meets pragmatic - but so far heterosexual - George (Charlotte Ritchie) she’s smitten, and much to her surprise George feels the same.

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News: Charlotte Ritchie, Sophie Thompson, Lisa Kudrow Join Mae Martin Series

E4 and Netflix’s up-coming comedy drama, Mae and George (working title), has gone in to production in Manchester with a stellar cast.

The new six-part series, which is produced by Objective Fiction out of OMG Scotland with international partners all3media international, sees award-winning Canadian comedian Mae Martin delve into her own story which explores love, addiction and where the two intersect. 

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News: Sitcom Deal For Mae Martin

Mae and George (working title) is a new semi-autobiographical comedy series for E4 and Netflix, produced by Objective Fiction, from Mae Martin. The series follows recovering addict and comedian Mae, who is trying to control the addictive behaviours and intense romanticism that permeate every facet of her life. Life is further complicated by a new and all consuming relationship with her new girlfriend George...

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News: Mae Martin Book On 21st Century Sexuality To Be Published

Comedian Mae Martin's debut book, Can Everyone Please Calm Down?: A Guide to 21st Century Sexuality, is to be published in paperback by Wren & Rook on May 16.

This is Martin's description of th book: "Hello, I'm Mae Martin, and this book is my attempt to demystify sexuality by narrating my own, often humiliating adventures in sex, dating, gender identity, etc. and to get everyone to Just. Calm. Down."

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Review: Mae Martin – Dope, Netflix

UK-based Canadian Mae Martin is certainly getting good mileage out of her 2017 Edinburgh Comedy Award-nominated show Dope. Bits of it have cropped up on BBC radio and now a shortened version of the full set gets an airing. While UK fans might be familiar with her story of addiction and recovery, this episode acts should act as a welcome introduction to a very talented comic for international viewers.

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News: Mae Martin To Host TV Series

Random Acts -Channel 4’s weekly late-night TV show and online short film strand returns for a sixth series later this Autumn with award-winning Canadian comedian and writer Mae Martin taking the reins as host.

Mae succeeds Fresh Meat star Zawe Ashton as curator, presenting a medley of beautiful, bewildering, dirty, dangerous and disruptive art from musicians, writers, animators, artists and other random creative types.

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News: New Tour Dates for Mae Martin

Star of the award-nominated Mae Martin's Guide to 21st Century Sexuality (BBC Radio 4) and Mae Martin: Live at the Soho Theatre (Comedy Central) Mae Martin adds extra dates to her debut UK tour of her 2017 Edinburgh Comedy Award nominated show, Dope. 
 
She’ll be returning to London’s Soho Theatre on February 23, hitting Canterbury and Glasgow, and finishing up back where it all started, in Edinburgh, on March 14.
 
Tickets are on sale now at 

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News: Comics Discuss The Word Of The Year & Other Words

Comedians including Jo Brand, Sara Pascoe, Aisling Bea, Nish Kumar and Mae Martin (pictured) will discuss the word of the year and more in a one-off Channel 4 programme.

Word of the Year 2017 will explore the meaning, origin and significance of the word "youthquake" and other words that made an impact in 2017.

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News: Broadcast Dates For Mae Martin's Radio Show

The transmission dates have been confirmed for comedian Mae Martin's new radio series.

Mae Martin’s Guide To 21st Century Addiction will air on Radio 4 on November 1 and 8 at 11.30am. 

In the series, which expands on her latest Edinburgh Comedy Award-nominated stage show Dope, she explores how we as a society think about addiction, and on a personal level tries to understand who she is, now she is no longer addicted to anything.

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