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News: First Details Of Sharon Horgan And Rob Delaney In New Series Of Catastrophe

Written by and starring Rob Delaney and Sharon Horgan, Catastrophe has received universal critical acclaim and a raft of awards since launching in 2015.  All three series have a 100% rating on Rotten Tomatoes (representing the percentage of professional critic reviews that are positive for a given film or TV show) while series three launched on Channel 4 in 2017 to its biggest audience to date.

News: Rob Delaney Becomes First Person To Read & Sign CBeebies Bedtime Story.

Comedian, actor and writer Rob Delaney reads a CBeebies Bedtime Story, which he also signs in Makaton - a first for the much loved show.

The Catastrophe star reads and signs Ten In The Bed by Penny Dale, all about ten cuddly friends trying to go to bed. Young viewers will love to join in with the bouncy, counting bedtime rhyme when the story airs on Children in Need day, Friday 16 November on CBeebies.


News: Line Up Revealed for Rob Delaney's Stand Up Show

Stand-up comedian, Rob Delaney, best known as the co-star and co-writer of C4 sitcom Catastrophe, is set to host the brand-new series of Comedy Central UK’s established stand-up showcase, Stand Up Central. The eight-part series, produced by Avalon, will air on Comedy Central UK from 10th October at 10pm.


News: Rob Delaney To Host New Series Of Stand Up Central

Comedy Central UK has  announced that it has re-commissioned Stand Up Central for a fourth series and has revealed that stand-up comedian, writer and actor Rob Delaney will be the new host.


News: Statement From Rob Delaney

Comedian Rob Delaney has issued the following statement:


News: UK Dates For Catastrophe Star Rob Delaney

Comedian Rob Delaney is to play a run of dates in London later this year.

The co-star of acclaimed sitcom Catastrophe will be performing his show More Meat at the Leicester Square Theatre for eight nights between July 5 and July 15. He previously performed the show at the Royal Festival Hall. 

Tickets here.



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.

TV Review: Catastrophe, Series 3

The honeymoon is definitely over. Series three of Catastrophe picks up at the point where Rob has found a receipt for the morning after pill. In an earlier scene at the end of Series 2 Sharon had drunkenly ended up with a younger, frankly sexier-than-Rob man. So where do they go from here?

As I said the honeymoon is definitely over for the fiery couple. And in a way it feels as if the honeymoon is over for the series too. This is certainly not a backlash review, but this episode feels darker and more serious than before.

Interview: "She was just a wonderful, wonderful person." Sharon Horgan & Rob Delaney on Carrie Fisher And Catastrophe.

We left series two on something of a cliffhanger, with Rob about to speak following his discovery of Sharon’s receipt. Where do we pick it up from?

Rob: Right then. Exactly then.

Sharon: Yeah, it’s from exactly that moment.

Did you know what Rob was about to say, when you shot the end of series one, or did you still have to work that out?

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.



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