*Updated – apologies for my error. Red Dwarf is not back with the new series until later this year.
The last time any new episodes of Red Dwarf aired, it was 1999, and those of us who were devotees of ‘70s sci-fi show Space 1999, were left feeling deflated that year when it turned out we wouldn’t all be wearing shiny but stretchy space suits and sporting Farrah Fawcett hairstyles.
However, Red Dwarf is back baby yeah, with all the original cast, comprised of Corrie star Craig Charles as curry-loving Dave Lister, comedian Chris Barrie as Rimmer and Danny John-Jules, who plays Cat.
The series began in 1988 on BBC2, and was the brainchild of Rob Grant and Doug Naylor, however, as mentioned, it ended in 1999 but was followed in 2008 by a three-episode production which was commissioned by digital channel Dave… Read more & comment »
Alexander Armstrong has revealed that his new game show, Alexander Armstrong’s Big Ask, will be less of a “bear pit” and “more civilized” than other shows of its ilk.
Of the show – which premieres at 9:00 pm on Monday, 6th February on Dave – Alexander said, “It’s a test of obscure general knowledge, but fun – just the sorts of strange facts that we all know and have stored away.
“It really gives rise to some flights of fancy from the assembled guests. And it gets comedians to do what they like to do best, which is catch each other out!”
He added, “I think what’s really nice about it is that it has a very genial atmosphere, it’s not one of those shows where comics are all shouting over each other… Read more & comment »
A new series of ‘Red Dwarf’ has been commissioned and the cult comedy will return to TV screens next year.
The show – which originally aired on BBC Two in the 80s and 90s – starring ‘Coronation Street’ actor Craig Charles as curry-loving crew member Dave Lister, Chris Barrie as his bunk-mate Arnold Rimmer and Danny John-Jules as humanoid creature The Cat – will be revamped by male targeted cable channel Dave
Craig – who plays cheeky cabbie Lloyd Mullaney in ‘Corrie’ – explained the cast are hoping to “recapture” the essence of the most successful series of the original ‘Red Dwarf’.
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