Zapped is British Comedy TV series. Produced by Baby Cow Productions. Stars: James Buckley, Kenneth Collard, Louis Emerick. It premiered on Oct 13, 2016, on Dave. IMDb's user rating for the series is 6.7 *.
How Many Seasons Zapped Has: 3 (15 episodes)
|Season 4|| |
|Season 3|| |
Season premieres on October 17, 2018
Finale: November 21, 2018
Dave, 6 episodes
|Season 2|| |
Season premieres on October 12, 2017
Finale: November 16, 2017
Dave, 6 episodes
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2016, Dave, 3 episodes
Zapped is on Dave (United Kingdom) Wednesdays at 6 pm
S3E6 (Amulet) - Air Date: Nov 21, 2018 (8 months ago)
Zapped series three and Porters series two will air on Dave. - Beyond The Joke - via Beyondthejoke
Luke Hales, Dave general manager, said, “The characters and worlds of both Zapped and Porters have established themselves as rich, distinct and very funny. It’s a pleasure to welcome them back for further adventures and I cannot wait to see what they will be getting up to. They’re a fantastic addition to the channel as part of Dave’s continued dedication to commissioning original comic content.”
The Inbetweeners' James Buckley will star in Dave's new fantasy sitcom Zapped! - Digital Spy - according to Digitalspy
Zapped! tells the story of online data marketing assistant Brian (Buckley) as he's abruptly transported to a parallel world he doesn't understand, full of psychopathic Fairies, Shell Men and Throcks, with acquaintances who aren't the very useful in helping him get back home again.
Jay from The Inbetweeners is back in new sitcom Zapped - Digital Spy - according to Digitalspy
Buckley plays Brian Weaver, an online data marketing assistant who finds himself in a darkly comic fantasy world full of psychotic fairies and brain-fried wizards, and totally lacking in anyone helpful.
Zapped episode 1 review - Den of Geek UK - by Denofgeek
The dragon sadly, is stronger than the jokes, which are disappointingly familiar despite the best efforts of an obviously game and funny cast. Paul Kaye as pointy toothed wizard Howell is the highlight and it’s his manic energy that drags Brian’s story from its unoriginal premise to its foreseeable ending. Kaye’s unpredictability adds some welcome fizz to a fish-out-of-water story we’ve all heard before.