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News: Inside No. 9 Scripts To Be Published

The scripts for acclaimed anthology series Inside No. 9 are to be published for the first time. First out will be series 1 -3 and Reece Shearsmith has tweeted that "series 4-6 will follow and we are working on a behind the scenes book!"

Hodder & Stoughton will be publishing the book on November 12, price £14.99.

Here is the info on it...

News: League Of Gentlemen Removed From Netflix

Netflix has removed The League Of Gentlemen from its catalogue.

The network has not commented to clarify the reason for its removal, which has been reported by Deadline. Sometimes programmes are just removed after a while and some fans have said on social media that it was due to 'expire' on June 19.

News: Inside No. 9 Episodes Ranked

The recent fifth series of Inside No. 9 might have been the most talked about series yet, but it's hard to say. There have been episodes ever since the series started on February 5, 2014, that have prompted heated debates. Some viewers have been looking for missing clues and watching episodes again. Some have been re-viewing episodes looking for those mysterious hares that make Htchcock-style cameos.

TV: Inside No. 9 – The Stakeout, BBC2

Damn, blast and bloody hell. It's the final episode of the fifth series of Inside No. 9. And I'm probably not the only person who thinks that this is the best series yet. And maybe the most talked about too.

TV: Inside No. 9 – Thinking Out Loud, BBC Two

It's another stylistic curveball for the fifth episode in the fifth series of Inside No. 9. I wondered if creators/stars Reece Shearsmith and Steve Pemberton could sustain their high standard in this run, but if anything they have surpassed it. 

TV: Inside No. 9 – Love's Great Adventure, BBC Two

Reece Shearsmith and Steve Pemberton don't make it easy for critics do they? Or maybe they do. Every episode of Inside No. 9 is so different to the last it is easy to write something fresh, whereas with a lot of comedy series (not that Inside No. 9 is necessarily comedy anyway) each episode often has the same premise. Then again, on the other hand, one must not even come close to giving away spoilers where Inside No. 9 is concerned.

News: Reece Shearsmith to Co-Star In New Play By Steven Moffat Directed By Mark Gatiss

Reece Shearsmith is to co-star in a new play by Steven Moffat to be directed by his fellow League of Gentlemen performer Mark Gatiss.

The Unfriend will co-star Amanda Abbington and Frances Barber and will have its world premiere at the chichester Festival this summer.

TV Preview: Inside No. 9 – Death Be Not Proud, BBC2

Update after episode aired: Well, I was right in predicting that they would pull the rug from under us, I was just a bit wrong in how they did it...

TV: Inside No. 9: The Referee's A W***er

I was lucky enough to see the first episode in the fifth series of Inside No. 9 at a special screening at the BFI in London last month. I didn't take any notes for a few reasons. Firstly I was too glued to the screen to scribble into my notepad. Secondly I thought that there is not much point noting down details because I won't be able to write them in a preview for fear of giving too much away.

Interview: Reece Shearsmith And Steve Pemberton On The New Series Of Inside No. 9

Below is a transcript of the Q&A with Reece Shearsmith, Steve Pemberton and Inside No. 9 producer Adam Tandy, which took place after an exclusive screening of two episodes at the BFI in London earlier this month, The Referee's A W***er, which opens the new series, and The Stakeout, which closes it.  

Inside No. 9 returns on Monday 3rd February at 10pm on BBC Two.

 

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