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The Big Narstie Show

The Big Narstie Show is British Comedy TV series. Produced by Channel 4 Television. Stars: Rylan Clark-Neal, Dave Courtney, Mo Gilligan. It first aired on Jun 29, 2018, on Channel 4. IMDb's user rating for the series is 5.2 *.


How Many Seasons Are In The Big Narstie Show: 2 (14 episodes)

Season 3

Channel 4

Season 2

Season premieres on February 22, 2019

Finale: April 12, 2019

Channel 4, 8 episodes

Season 1

Season premieres on June 29, 2018

Finale: August 3, 2018

Channel 4, 7 episodes

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'The Big Narstie Show' What Time Does it Start?

The Big Narstie Show is on Channel 4 (United Kingdom) Fridays at 6 pm

Last episode:

S2E8 () - Air Date: Apr 12, 2019 (3 months ago)

News & Interviews

When is The Big Narstie Show on TV? - Radio Times - according to Radiotimes

Commissioning editor Syeda Irtizaali says, “I can safely say the pilot was like nothing else on television – mad, funny, anarchic and utterly distinctive – and I am delighted that we now get to spend quality time in the company of the indomitable and brilliant Big Narstie. This series is going to be a real treat.”

Samira Mighty Calls Out Love Island Over Its 'Diversity Problem' On The Big Narstie Show - via Capitalfm

When show's presenters suggested it was because she's black, and gave her the opportunity to say exactly how she felt into the camera, and Samira had possibly the best response ever, saying:

The Big Narstie Show Series 2 confirmed - according to Comedy

The network says the next series will "feature more celebrity guests and musical performances alongside straight-talking segments on the news of the week, TV, showbiz, trends and food and laugh out loud sketches".

'The Big Narstie Show' Made Me Laugh On-Set Until My Face Hurt - by Noisey

At the end of the show’s taping, Mr Cee implores the audience to use social media to “make their voice heard” and to balance out the negative responses it has elicited from certain demographics. It’s embarrassing that such a programme is genuinely subversive in Britain in 2018, but it is. And it’s so great is because the people at its centre have refused to compromise their integrity to an idea of what they ‘should’ be doing or saying. When asked to read a link off the screen by the visibly stressed floor manager, Narstie looked at him and replied, “Yeah but I’m not saying it you lot’s way, that’s dead” – and that is exactly where the magic of this show lies. Long may it live.


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