Walliams & Friend
Walliams & Friend is British Comedy TV series. Produced by King Bert Productions. Stars: David Walliams, Hugh Bonneville, Shola Adewusi. It premiered on Nov 25, 2016, on BBC One. The series has 6.2 * rating by IMDb.
How Many Seasons Of Walliams & Friend Are Out: 1 (6 episodes)
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Season premieres on November 25, 2016
Finale: December 27, 2016
BBC One, 7 episodes
Walliams & Friend is on BBC One (United Kingdom) Fridays at 6 pm
Season 1 Episode 6 (Hugh Bonneville) - Air Date: Dec 27, 2016 (3 years ago)
Friday's best TV: Walliams & Friend; Alan Carr's Happy Hour - The Guardian - per Theguardian
Episode four in this sporadic series of pop-as-social-history docs, this time with Lauren Laverne at the helm. Tonight’s episode focuses on the decade between 1986 and 1996. Enjoyable are reminiscences of rave, the Haçienda and hip-hop, but the best story is probably from Paul Johnson. A shy young man, he went to Ibiza on holiday and underwent a clubbing conversion, resolving to bring some Balearic flavour to his own club night in Bury St Edmunds. John Robinson
Walliams & Friend, BBC1: David Walliams returns to sketch comedy with Joanna Lumley - Evening Standard - according to Standard
By its very nature sketch comedy is hit-or-miss, but Walliams & Friend is thankfully more of the former – from a hilariously terrible gameshow contestant played by Walliams, to a meeting between Joanna Lumley and her own personal team of, erm, other Joanna Lumleys.
David Walliams interview - Walliams & Friend - British Comedy Guide - via Comedy
It means the show can reinvent itself week to week. It feels very fresh and never gets boring. In other sketch shows, there are a lot of reasons why you end up doing the same characters every week. You need at least a hundred sketches for a series, and that's very hard. But if you're writing for specific people, you can constantly reinvent the show.
Walliams & Friend: Christopher Biggins is returning to TV with show | Daily Star - Daily Star - per Dailystar
Dance Dance Dance will feature Coronation Street and Wild At Heart’s Lucy-Jo Hudson, Towie’s Jessica Wright, JLS singer JB Gill, EastEnders actor Jonny Labey and Emmerdale’s Fiona Wade.