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Gavin and Stacey
The cultural and linguistic variety on display across Britain can make understanding the different regions a difficult prospect for the unfamiliar. Fortunately, the great television staple that is the British sitcom is on hand, and ...
If you’ve hit the road with Welsh comedian Rob Brydon, hung out with Gavin and Stacey at Barry Island, or traveled to Cardiff with The Doctor, then you may have picked up on bits and pieces of Wales. There’s a lot of fun ...
By Brigid Brown | Posted on July 5th, 2013
At the end of the day, it’s all about family … like it or not. These family comedies may give you a new appreciation for your own!
By Brigid Brown | Posted on June 7th, 2013
Co-creators James Corden and Mathew Baynton announced back in October 2012 that the two would be collaborating on a comedy thriller, entitled The Wrong Mans, to start filming in January 2013. Well, it’s June, and post-production has ...
Before you get your knickers in a bunch over one of your favorite British shows being remade in the U.S.
By Kevin Wicks | Posted on April 1st, 2013
The web is still experiencing aftershocks from this weekend’s announcement that David Tennant and Billie Piper would be returning to Doctor Who for the series’ highly anticipated 50th anniversary special, joining current ...
By Fraser McAlpine | Posted on December 10th, 2012
I know, I know, I know, this is a news story that appears to have arrived hot-foot from 2011, but bear with me.
The Fox network is developing an American version of the hugely popular BBC comedy Gavin and Stacey that revolves around a couple’s long-distance relationship between England and Wales, reports BBC News.
By Kevin Wicks | Posted on October 10th, 2012
James Corden tickled us as Smithy on his co-creation Gavin and Stacey, made us sob between giggles as Craig Owens on Doctor Who, and charmed jaded New York theatergoers in his Tony-winning run in the Broadway farce One Man, Two Guvnors. ...
Full disclosure: the original title for this was “Five Great British TV Mothers,” which is perhaps more factually accurate, but could be misleading if you came of age in the ’60s, or listen to a lot of hip hop, so ...