Current TV Comedy Series

Here's a list of the British comedy series currently in the TV schedules. These comedies are listed alphabetically to help you easily find the show you're interested in. To see episodes in broadcast order, view our schedule

8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown. Image shows from L to R: Jimmy Carr, Rachel Riley. Image credit: ITV Studios.

8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown

Next new episode: Friday 29th May @ 9pm, C4.

Episode 10.4: Jon Richardson and Katherine Ryan take on Sean Lock and another guest celebrity. Greg Davies is in with Susie Dent, while Rachel Riley takes care of the numbers and letters.

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A League Of Their Own. Image shows from L to R: Jamie Redknapp, James Corden, Jack Whitehall, Andrew Flintoff MBE. Image credit: CPL Productions.

A League Of Their Own

Next new episode: Friday 29th May @ 9pm, Sky1.

Episode 9.3: Leafing through his little black book of contacts, James Corden is joined by bruising British boxer Anthony Joshua, funnyman Jimmy Carr and Olympic snowboarder Jenny Jones.

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Alan Carr: Chatty Man. Alan Carr. Image credit: Open Mike Productions.

Alan Carr: Chatty Man

Next new episode: Friday 29th May @ 10pm, C4.

Episode 14.11, David Gandy, RuPaul, Caroline Flack, Maroon 5: With top international male mode David Gandy; RuPaul talks about his TV show RuPaul's Drag Race; Caroline Flack chats about the new series of Love Island; while music is from Maroon 5, who perform their single Sugar.

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Bob Monkhouse: The Million Joke Man. Paul O'Grady. Image credit: Rain Media Entertainment.

Bob Monkhouse: The Million Joke Man

Starts: Wednesday 3rd June @ 9pm, Gold.

Episode 1, First Steps to Stardom: Paul O'Grady presents the definitive look at the life and career of Bob Monkhouse, starting with the trials and triumphs of his early years.

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Brotherhood. Image shows from L to R: Auntie Debbie (Sarah Hadland), Dan (Ben Ashenden). Image credit: Big Talk Productions.

Brotherhood

Starts: Tuesday 2nd June @ 9:30pm, Comedy Central.

Episode 1, School: Having not spoken for 6 months, Jamie's hidden from elder brothers Dan and Toby that parents' evening is fast approaching. A meddling reminder from Auntie Debbie makes them aware, but Dan's got other plans and Toby's trying to trace a girl.

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Celebrity Squares. Image credit: September Films.

Celebrity Squares

Next new episode: Sunday 31st May @ 6:40pm, ITV.

Episode 2.7: Today, Warwick is joined by Jimmy Carr, Tracy-Ann Oberman, Matt Forde, Sarah-Jane Crawford, Marek Larwood, Joe Swash and Kerry Godliman alongside resident comedians Tim Vine and Joe Wilkinson, as Nike from Hertford and Kuli from Blackpool play for today's big money jackpot.

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Channel 4's Comedy Gala. Alan Carr. Image credit: Open Mike Productions.

Channel 4's Comedy Gala

Returns: Sunday 7th June @ 9pm, C4.

Episode 6.1, Channel 4's Comedy Gala 2015: Channel 4's Comedy Gala, in aid of Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity, returns for a sixth year to London's O2 arena.

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The Cool Beans Television Show. Chris (Chris Arnold). Image credit: Cool Beans Productions.

Cool Beans Television Show, The

Next new episode: Thursday 28th May @ 10pm, Made In Leeds.

Episode 2.3, Courgette: Featuring a guide to the gym; an insight into the life of a vegetable entertainer; and an interview with superstar Ricky Damon who is promoting his single The World Is The Biggest Place In The World.

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Doll & Em. Image shows from L to R: Doll (Dolly Wells), Em (Emily Mortimer). Image credit: King Bee Productions.

Doll & Em

Returns: Wednesday 3rd June @ 10:10pm, Sky Atlantic.

Episode 2.1: Squirrelled away in a lighthouse retreat, Doll and Em work on a Broadway play for them to also star in.

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Episodes. Image shows from L to R: Helen Basch (Andrea Savage), Carol Rance (Kathleen Rose Perkins), Andy Button (Joseph May). Image credit: Hat Trick Productions.

Episodes

Next new episode: Monday 1st June @ 10pm, BBC2.

Episode 4.4: Sean's former writing partner Tim won't go away. It seems that he and Sean developed a show years ago which bears a striking resemblance to Sean and Beverly's new project, The Opposite Of Us.

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The Football's On. Ian Stone.

Football's On, The

Next new episode: Friday 29th May @ 10pm, BT Sport 1.

Episode 2.43: Romesh Ranganathan joins Ian Stone to talk about football.

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The Graham Norton Show. Graham Norton. Image credit: So Television.

Graham Norton Show, The

Next new episode: Friday 29th May @ 10:35pm, BBC1.

Episode 17.8, Melissa McCarthy, Jude Law, Chris Pratt, John Bishop: With Bridesmaids star Melissa McCarthy and Oscar-nominated Brit Jude Law, starring in new comedy movie Spy; Hollywood heart-throb Chris Pratt, talking about new blockbuster Jurassic World; top comic John Bishop; and music from Florence and the Machine.

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Have I Got News For You. Image shows from L to R: Ian Hislop, Paul Merton. Image credit: Hat Trick Productions.

Have I Got News For You

Next new episode: Friday 29th May @ 9pm, BBC1.

Episode 49.8: Paul Merton and Ian Hislop are joined by guest host Gary Lineker and panellists Andy Hamilton and Sara Pascoe.

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Hoff The Record. Image shows from L to R: Max Coleman (Fergus Craig), Harriet Fitzgerald (Ella Smith), Hoff (David Hasselhoff). Image credit: Me & You Productions.

Hoff The Record

Starts: Thursday 18th June @ 9pm, Dave.

Episode 1, The Movie: Hoff has arrived in the UK to star in an avant-garde biopic about his own life.

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Horrible Histories. Image shows from L to R: Laurence Rickard, Ben Willbond, Martha Howe-Douglas, Mathew Baynton, Jim Howick, Simon Farnaby. Image credit: Lion Television.

Horrible Histories

Next new episode: Monday 1st June @ 5pm, CBBC.

Episode 6.2, Wicked William The Conqueror: Young William, Duke of Normandy, quarrels with Harold Godwinson about who should be King of England, before bashing the English and taking the crown at the famous Battle of Hastings in 1066! Meanwhile across the world, discover Chinese technology light years ahead of the dunderheaded Normans and Saxons in England, and meet one of the world's first ...

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The Interviews. Image credit: North One Television.

Interviews, The

Starts: Wednesday 24th June @ 9pm, Gold.

Episode 1, Kenneth Williams: The Interviews begins with Kenneth Williams, legend of radio and film comedy.

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The John Bishop Show. James Acaster. Image credit: Lola Entertainment.

John Bishop Show, The

Starts: Saturday 30th May @ 9:45pm, BBC1.

Episode 1: Paul Weller performs his new single Saturn's Pattern and the classic Peacock Suit. Joining John on stage is Trevor Noah from South Africa, James Acaster, and Felicity Ward from Australia. As a special treat John also creates some beautiful music with Beardyman.

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Man Down. Image shows from L to R: Brian (Mike Wozniak), Emma (Jeany Spark), Dan (Greg Davies), Mum (Gwyneth Powell), Jo (Roisin Conaty), Nesta (Stephanie Cole). Image credit: Avalon Television.

Man Down

Returns: Monday 1st June @ 10pm, C4.

Episode 2.1, Perfect Woman: Dan is still trapped in a teaching job he despises and rejected by the girl he thinks will solve everything, Miss Lipsey, so he turns his attentions to self-improvement.

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Mock The Week. Image shows from L to R: Andy Parsons, Dara O Briain, Hugh Dennis. Image credit: Angst Productions.

Mock The Week

Returns: Thursday 11th June @ 10pm, BBC2.

Episode 14.1: Dara O Briain and his ineradicable colleagues Hugh Dennis and Andy Parsons return.

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Murder In Successville. Image shows from L to R: DI Sleet (Tom Davis), Kimberly Wyatt. Image credit: Tiger Aspect Productions.

Murder In Successville

Next new episode: Wednesday 3rd June @ 10pm, BBC3.

Episode 5, Dr Death: DI Sleet is joined by Pussycat Doll Kimberly Wyatt to find out who murdered Dr Wayne Rooney at Successville Hospital.

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Nick Helm's Heavy Entertainment. Nick Helm. Image credit: British Broadcasting Corporation.

Nick Helm's Heavy Entertainment

Next new episode: Tuesday 2nd June @ 10:30pm, BBC3.

Episode 5, Fame: Nick Helm, (One Man Mega Myth) turns his attention to Fame. Find out why Nick's hero when he was growing up was Evil Knievel, and why a 20 litre microwave is not big enough to cook with - but the box it comes in has its uses. Nick's wearing the trousers and sacks his band. But remember - He Did it all For You.

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No Offence. Image shows from L to R: D.I. Vivienne Deering (Joanna Scanlan), D.S. Joy Freers (Alexandra Roach), D.C. Dinah Kowalska (Elaine Cassidy). Image credit: AbbottVision.

No Offence

Next new episode: Tuesday 2nd June @ 9pm, C4.

Episode 5: The police are readying a trap for the prime suspect in the serial killer case, but their plans risk being derailed entirely when a notorious child murderer's new identity is leaked online.

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Francesca Mills.

Off Their Rockers

Returns: Monday 1st June @ 9:30pm, ITV.

Blue Badge Special 1: Fran takes a tumble in a launderette, Stephen needs help retrieving his dog's frisbee and Liam's parachute jump goes wrong.

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Russell Howard's Stand Up Central. Russell Howard. Image credit: Avalon Television.

Russell Howard's Stand Up Central

Next new episode: Wednesday 3rd June @ 10pm, Comedy Central.

Episode 5: Daniel Simonsen and Katherine Ryan join Russell Howard at Camden's Electric Ballroom.

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So Awkward. Martha Fitzgerald (Sophia Dall'Aglio). Image credit: Channel X North.

So Awkward

Next new episode: Thursday 28th May @ 4:30pm, CBBC.

Episode 3, A Minus: Martha is mortified when she gets a lowly A minus for her latest history assignment.

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Sunday Night At The Palladium. Jack Whitehall. Image credit: ITV Studios.

Sunday Night At The Palladium

Next new episode: Sunday 7th June @ 8pm, ITV.

Episode 2.5: Variety show from the London Palladium, hosted by Jack Whitehall.

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SunTrap. Woody (Kayvan Novak). Image credit: Happy Tramp Productions.

SunTrap

Next new episode: Wednesday 3rd June @ 10:45pm, BBC1.

Episode 2: Woody is given a job delivering an urn to a neighbouring Island. When police raid the boat he is on in search of a drug smuggler, Woody realises that he has been set up, and has to swim for his life.

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Undercover. Image shows from L to R: Chris (Daniel Rigby), Zoe (Sarah Alexander). Image credit: Bonafide Films.

Undercover

Starts: Tuesday 16th June @ 9pm, Dave.

Episode 1, Pilot: Chris meets his new police handler for the first time.

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Vicious. Image shows from L to R: Violet (Frances de la Tour), Lillian (Celia Imrie). Image credit: Brown Eyed Boy.

Vicious

Returns: Monday 1st June @ 9pm, ITV.

Episode 2.1, Sister: Vicious returns viewers back into the boisterous world of Freddie Thornhill and Stuart Bixby. In the opening episode we meet Lillian (guest star Celia Imrie), who is Violet's sister.

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Virtually Famous. Image shows from L to R: Chris Stark, Kevin McHale, Seann Walsh. Image credit: Talkback.

Virtually Famous

Next new episode: Monday 1st June @ 10pm, E4.

Episode 2.8: Jake Wood, Sam Faiers, Joe Lycett and Nish Kumar are the guests. GloZell appears too.

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