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Crackanory is British Comedy TV series. Stars: Tom Meeten, Matthew Steer, Amy Hoggart. Also known as Крэканори in Russia. It debuted on Nov 13, 2013, on Dave. The series has 7.1 * rating by IMDb.


How Many Seasons Are There Of Crackanory: 4 (26 episodes)

Season 5


Season 4

Season premieres on January 30, 2017

Finale: February 9, 2017

Dave, 8 episodes

Season 3

Season premieres on December 7, 2015

Finale: December 12, 2015

Dave, 6 episodes

Season 2

2014, Dave, 6 episodes

Season 1

2013, Dave, 6 episodes

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What Time Does Crackanory Start

Crackanory is on Dave (United Kingdom) Mondays at 6 pm

Last episode:

S4E8 (Pickled) - Air Date: Feb 09, 2017 (3 years ago)

News & Interviews

Mel Giedroyc's bouncing back in first look at the next series of Dave's Crackanory - Digital Spy - via Digitalspy

There are a few changes this time around too: instead of having two stories (and therefore two narrators) per episode, each instalment will now consist of one narrator telling a longer, more in-depth story.

Carrie Fisher spins us a tale in Crackanory - Digital Spy - via Digitalspy

TV preview: Poirot, Crackanory and The Hairstyles That Changed Britain - Metro - via Metro

Christopher Lloyd joins Crackanory Series 3 - News - British Comedy Guide - via Comedy

Crackanory gets a second series - News - British Comedy Guide - via Comedy

Sheridan Smith making TV comeback on Dave's Crackanory - The Independent - via Independent

A source told the Mirror of her performance on the show: “She was brilliant on set, really lovely to work with and read brilliantly. She’s a brilliant actress and the programme were delighted to have her.”

Dave's Crackanory returns with funding from Audible - CampaignLive - via Campaignlive

Crackanory Series 4 stories revealed - News - British Comedy Guide - via Comedy

The Drum's Profile Hub Round-up: Tennent's Hee Haw, Dave's Crackanory and the Dog's Trust - The Drum - via Thedrum

TV review: Crackanory will struggle to have one tenth of the lifespan - The Independent - via Independent

One month earlier, in December 1965, Jackanory, a BBC1 teatime programme in which someone famous (usually an actor) read a children's story, made its debut, going on to endure for 30 years and become an indelible part of generations of British childhoods.


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