Channel 4

Channel 4

Since 1982, Channel 4 has been investing in cult sitcoms and cutting edge comedy projects. As a result, it has broadcast many of the darker and more controversial comedies in our database, programmes like Nathan Barley and Brass Eye. Over the years C4 has created a number of hit sitcoms - these include Father Ted, Spaced, Black Books, Peep Show, The IT Crowd and Green Wing. However, C4 has also done 'mainstream' with shows like 8 Out Of 10 Cats, Balls Of Steel and Star Stories in its catalogue.

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Contact Details For Channel 4

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  • By Post: Channel 4 Television, 124 Horseferry Road, London, SW1P 2TX

Channel 4 - New & Current Shows

8 Out Of 10 Cats

8 Out Of 10 Cats

Topical Channel 4 comedy panel show hosted by Jimmy Carr. The questions are based on survey results and statistics.

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8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown

8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown

The 8 Out Of 10 Cats regulars play the famous words and numbers quiz with the help of guests. There was also a Deal Or No Deal special.

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Alan Carr: Chatty Man

Alan Carr: Chatty Man

Alan Carr hosts his very own entertainment chat show. Each week celebrity guests join Alan for a natter.

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Babylon

Babylon

Police-based comedy drama directed by Danny Boyle. James Nesbitt stars as Chief Constable Richard Miller. 6-part series to follow this autumn. Jon S. Baird takes over as director.

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Black Mirror

Black Mirror

Three stand-alone dark sci-fi fantasy comedy dramas about our collective unease about our modern world. Created by Charlie Brooker. Christmas Special to follow.

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Catastrophe

Catastrophe

Sitcom starring Rob Delaney and Sharon Horgan as a couple who make a 'bloody mess' of falling in love.

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The Comic Strip Presents...

Comic Strip Presents..., The

Periodic series of satires and spoofs that helped bring alternative comedy to the mainstream and forge a comedy reputation for then-new Channel 4. New episode called 'It Ends Badly' in production.

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Cut

Cut

Channel 4 comedy drama about a group of highly dysfunctional civil servants forced to relocate from London to Northampton. Due to be broadcast this autumn.

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Flack

Flack

Comedy about a modern woman, working in PR and struggling to keep her own life on track as well as deal with her colourful clients.

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The Last Leg

Last Leg, The

Topical comedy show reviewing the topics of the week. Hosted by Adam Hills with the help of Josh Widdicombe and Alex Brooker. Broadcast live.

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Malachy's Millions

Malachy's Millions

One hour comedy special spoof of 'Secret Millionaire' in which Peter Kay plays the rich owner of a coach company. To be broadcast in early 2014.

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Man Down

Man Down

Sitcom starring Greg Davies as Dan, a man with crushing character flaws, an unwanted teaching job and uniquely dysfunctional friends.

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No Offence

No Offence

Comedy drama created by Paul Abbott set in a crumbling Victorian cop shop on the wrong side of Manchester.

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Peep Show

Peep Show

Sitcom starring David Mitchell and Robert Webb as a pair of socially dysfunctional flatmates with little else in common.

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Raised By Wolves

Raised By Wolves

Sitcom co-written by Times columnist Caitlin Moran about a family who are home-educating six children in a council house in Wolverhampton. Series to follow in 2015.

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The Revengers!

Revengers!, The

Mockumentary pilot about a group of Croydon residents who come together and decide to try and fight crime.

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Scotland In A Day

Scotland In A Day

One-off half-hour mockumentary set on the day of the 2014 Scottish Independence referendum.

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Scrotal Recall

Scrotal Recall

Channel 4 sitcom about a man who must contact everyone he's ever slept with to tell them he has Chlamydia. Due to be broadcast this autumn.

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Sit.com

Sit.com

A new single camera comedy pilot for Channel 4 written by David Baddiel.

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Toast Of London

Toast Of London

Sitcom starring Matt Berry as Steven Toast, an occasionally successful actor who finds himself in a series of tricky situations both off and on-stage. Next series to be shown this winter.

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Other Older Shows Commissioned By Channel 4

Note: this list might not be fully complete yet. We are still researching archive shows.

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Phoenix Nights to return?

Phoenix Nights to return?

Newspaper reports suggest that Peter Kay is working on bringing Phoenix Nights back for live shows. Read

Thom Tuck interview

Thom Tuck interview

Thom Tuck talks Munnery, Bambi, expensive dross at the Fringe, piles of rubbish on BBC3, and more. Read

Bill Kerr dies aged 92

Bill Kerr dies aged 92

Bill Kerr, who played Tony Hancock's dim-witted Australian sidekick, has died at the age of 92. Read

BBC Radio workshops

BBC Radio workshops

BBC Radio Comedy will be running comedy writing information sessions in London and Manchester. Read

Big School interviews

Big School interviews

David Walliams, Catherine Tate, Philip Glenister and Frances de la Tour talk about Big School Series 2. Read

Obituary: Lord Alan B'Stard

Obituary: Lord Alan B'Stard

Lord Alan B'Stard, First Marquess of Haltemprice, has died at the age of 58, it has been confirmed. Read

Frankie Boyle's big speech

Frankie Boyle's big speech

Frankie Boyle has blasted TV commissioning, Mock The Week, panel show booking, & other topics. Read

Edinburgh Comedy Awards

Edinburgh Comedy Awards

John Kearns, Alex Edelman and Phil Ellis are winners of the Edinburgh Comedy Awards 2014. Read

The Wrong Mans 2

The Wrong Mans 2

Plot details have been released about the 2nd series of James Corden and Mathew Baynton's comedy. Read

Lucy Beaumont interview

Lucy Beaumont interview

Lucy Beaumont talks about how she got started in comedy, and what she misses about leaving Hull. Read