Still Open All Hours
Still Open All Hours is British Comedy TV series. Produced by BBC Comedy. Stars: James Baxter, Stephanie Cole, David Jason. It premiered on Nov 26, 2013, on BBC One. IMDb's user rating for the series is 6.5 *. Still Open All Hours is set in UK.
How Many Season Does Still Open All Hours Have: 5 (34 episodes)
|Season 6|| |
|Season 5|| |
Season premieres on October 7, 2018
Returns: December 23, 2018
Finale: December 23, 2018
BBC One, 7 episodes
|Season 4|| |
Season premieres on December 28, 2017
Finale: February 11, 2018
BBC One, 7 episodes
|Season 3|| |
2016, BBC One, 7 episodes
|Season 2|| |
2015, BBC One, 6 episodes
|Season 1|| |
2013, BBC One, 7 episodes
Still Open All Hours is on BBC One (United Kingdom) Sundays at 6 pm
S5E7 (Episode 7) - Air Date: Dec 23, 2018 (7 months ago)
Still Open All Hours is still open - via Chortle
The new commission means the revival will have more series than the original, which ran for four series in 1976, 1981, 1982 and 1985. Still Open All Hours already has one more episode than the 26 in the original.
Johnny Vegas splits from wife: Star wears kooky purple hat on Open All Hours set... after bizarre week which saw him ... - per Dailymail
The Benidorm star, who had tears in his eyes as he spoke, bravely gave an insight into his father's death, saying: 'I don't accept his death. I'm angry I don't think about him on a daily basis but I don't want to accept he's gone.
Still Open All Hours surprises fans as crews return to Doncaster to begin filming today - by Yorkshirepost
Sir David Jason will reprise his role as Granville for the new episodes, and will again be joined by series regulars James Baxter, Stephanie Cole, Maggie Ollerenshaw, Brigit Forsyth, Tim Healy, Johnny Vegas, Kulvinder Ghir, Sally Lindsay, Geoffrey Whitehead and Katie Redford.
Who is Nina Wadia? EastEnders actress who has also starred in Still Open All Hours and Goodness Gracious Me - by Thesun
She was also in sketch comedy show Goodness Gracious Me between 1998-2001 and 2014-2015 alongside Meera Syal, Sanjeev Bhaskar, and Kulvinder Ghir. The show explored the way Indian culture fits in with modern British life, poking fun at stereotypes and mannerisms.