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. Image shows from L to R: Jimmy Carr, Sean Lock, Jon Richardson. Image credit: Zeppotron.

8 Out Of 10 Cats

Next new episode: Monday 27th October @ 10pm, C4.

Episode 18.4: In their quest to uncover the nation's most popular talking points, Jon and Sean are joined by guests Alex Jones, Alex Brooker, Sarah Millican and James Acaster.

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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 31st October @ 9pm, Sky1.

Episode 8.11, Unseen 3: The smash-hit sports panel show continues in extra time with more never-before-seen footage.

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

Alan Carr: Chatty Man

Next new episode: Friday 31st October @ 10pm, C4.

Episode 13.7, Dermot O'Leary, Elijah Wood, Naomi Campbell, Paloma Faith: Alan is joined by Dermot O'Leary, who dishes the dirt on all things X Factor and talks about his new book The Soundtrack to My Life. Hollywood superstar Elijah Wood also pops in to chat about his new film Set Fire to the Stars and supermodel Naomi Campbell joins Alan on the sofa, while music is fro...

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All At Sea. Image shows from L to R: Louie (Adam Greaves-Neal), Helen (Nicola Stephenson), Charlie (Ryan Wilkinson), Kevin (Steve Edge), Hannah (Milly Zero). Image credit: British Broadcasting Corporation.

All At Sea

Next new episode: Friday 31st October @ 5:30pm, CBBC.

Episode 2.6, Halloween: Charlie and Alison decide to play dirty so they can get a good result when they go out trick-or-treating - much to Ben's extreme distress. Meanwhile, Kevin attempts to create the biggest Halloween display in the neighbourhood by buying some untested fireworks.

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Babylon. Image shows from L to R: Liz Garvey (Brit Marling), Chief Constable Richard Miller (James Nesbitt). Image credit: Nightjack.

Babylon

New series expected to start 13th November.

Police-based comedy drama directed by Danny Boyle. James Nesbitt stars as Chief Constable Richard Miller.

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Bad Education. Image shows from L to R: Mitchell (Charlie Wernham), Stephen (Layton Williams), Alfie (Jack Whitehall), Chantelle (Nikki Runeckles), Miss Gulliver (Sarah Solemani), Fraser (Mathew Horne). Image credit: Tiger Aspect Productions.

Bad Education

A current comedy programme.

School-based comedy starring Jack Whitehall as Alfie, the worst teacher to ever be involved in the British education system.

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Boj. Image credit: Pesky Productions.

Boj

Next new episode: Monday 27th October @ 5:35pm, CBeebies.

Episode 36, Gavin's Got Talent: The buddies put on a talent show. But when Gavin's act - the mega-robo dancer 64i -doesn't work, the show can't go on. Boj persuades Gavin that he has his own special talent.

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Celebrity Juice. Keith Lemon. Image credit: Talkback.

Celebrity Juice

Next new episode: Thursday 30th October @ 10pm, ITV2.

Episode 12.8, Halloween Special: Comedians Jimmy Carr and Chris Ramsey, Top Gear's Richard Hammond and TV presenter Caroline Flack join Keith Lemon, Fearne Cotton and Gino D'Acampo for a Halloween special of the outrageous comedy panel show.

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Citizen Khan. Image credit: British Broadcasting Corporation.

Citizen Khan

Returns: Friday 31st October @ 8:30pm, BBC1.

Episode 3.1, Naani's Return: When the family arrive back from a trip to Pakistan with Mr Khan's mother-in-law in tow, Mr Khan is lumbered with looking after her.

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Comedy Central At The Comedy Store. Image credit: Open Mike Productions.

Comedy Central At The Comedy Store

Next new episode: Friday 31st October @ 10:40pm, Comedy Central.

Episode 3.2: Stand-up comedy from the famous venue.

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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: Saturday 1st November @ 9:30pm, Sheffield Live.

Episode 5: More from the Cool Beans gang.

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Crackanory. Ruby Wax. Image credit: Tiger Aspect Productions.

Crackanory

Next new episode: Wednesday 29th October @ 10pm, Dave.

Episode 2.6, Let Me Be The Judge & I'm Still Here: Simon Callow and Ruby Wax sit in the chair.

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Dapper Laughs: On The Pull. Dapper Laughs. Image credit: Hungry Bear Media.

Dapper Laughs: On The Pull

Next new episode: Monday 27th October @ 10:30pm, ITV2.

Episode 5: Dating show with a difference. This time, the outrageous Dapper Laughs helps out three very inexperienced lads from Birmingham. Will they follow the comedian's advice and find the ladies of their dreams?

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Dave Gorman: Modern Life Is Goodish. Dave Gorman. Image credit: Liberty Bell.

Dave Gorman: Modern Life Is Goodish

Next new episode: Tuesday 28th October @ 10pm, Dave.

Episode 2.8, The Dirt Collects There: Impish original comedy from Dave Gorman, who muses out loud on life's little foibles - including light bulbs, gravy boats, dot-to-dot books and Lego.

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Detectorists. Lance Stater (Toby Jones). Image credit: Channel X.

Detectorists

Next new episode: Thursday 30th October @ 10pm, BBC4.

Episode 5: Even though Andy, Lance, Becky and Sophie are barely talking to each other, their secrets are on the verge of being revealed. Are they all just victims of a 'dirty smears' campaign? And why does everyone else want to move in on Bishop's Farm?

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Drifters. Image shows from L to R: Bunny (Lydia Rose Bewley), Laura (Lauren O'Rourke), Meg (Jessica Knappett). Image credit: Zodiak Media Company.

Drifters

Next new episode: Thursday 30th October @ 9pm, E4.

Episode 2.2: More dysfunctional young-adult comedy with Meg, Bunny and Laura.

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The Feeling Nuts Comedy Night. Jack Whitehall. Image credit: Fulwell 73 Productions.

Feeling Nuts Comedy Night, The

A current comedy programme.

Jack Whitehall hosts a comedy show to raise awareness for the Check One Two testicular cancer campaign.

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The Football's On. Ian Stone.

Football's On, The

Next new episode: Friday 31st October @ 10pm, BT Sport.

Episode 2.12: Ian Stone is joined by Clive Anderson and Ian Moore.

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Give Out Girls. Image shows from L to R: Gemma (Diana Vickers), Marilyn (Kerry Howard), Poppy (Cariad Lloyd), Zoe (Miranda Hennessy). Image credit: Big Talk Productions.

Give Out Girls

Next new episode: Tuesday 28th October @ 9:30pm, Comedy Central.

Episode 3, Hungry And Homeless: While promoting a breakfast bar - 'Nutsup' - at a railway station, Marilyn starves herself while Poppy gets a new (and homeless) boyfriend!

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

Graham Norton Show, The

Next new episode: Friday 31st October @ 10:35pm, BBC1.

Episode 16.6, Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, Lena Dunham, Micky Flanagan, SIA: With Oscar-winning stars Matthew McConaughey and Anne Hathaway, appearing in new film Interstellar; creator of cult show Girls, Lena Dunham; top comic Micky Flanagan; and unique chart-topper SIA, who performs Chandelier.

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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 31st October @ 9pm, BBC1.

Episode 48.5: Featuring guest host Damian Lewis and guest panellists Andy Hamilton and Roisin Conaty.

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How Do I Get Up There?. Image shows from L to R: James Kirk, Kevin Mains, Chris Forbes. Image credit: The Comedy Unit.

How Do I Get Up There?

Next new episode: Sunday 26th October @ 10pm, BBC2 Scot.

BBC Scotland sketch show pilot starring the comedy troupe of the same name. Featuring Chris Forbes, James Kirk and Kevin Mains.

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Jenny Bede: AAA. Jenny Bede. Image credit: British Broadcasting Corporation.

Jenny Bede: AAA

A current comedy programme.

Impressions based sketch show from YouTube star Jenny Bede.

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The Job Lot. Image credit: Big Talk Productions.

Job Lot, The

Next new episode: Wednesday 29th October @ 10pm, ITV2.

Episode 2.6: A Saturday health and wellbeing workshop with a neighbouring branch makes Karl much more relaxed than he wants to be, and presents Natalie with a big decision.

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The Jonathan Ross Show. Jonathan Ross. Image credit: Hot Sauce.

Jonathan Ross Show, The

Next new episode: Saturday 1st November @ 10pm, ITV.

Episode 7.3: The Jonathan Ross Show returns for a brand new series, featuring some of the biggest names from film, TV, sport, comedy and music.

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Millie Inbetween. Image shows from L to R: Lauren (Tallulah Greive), Millie (Millie Innes). Image credit: The Foundation.

Millie Inbetween

Next new episode: Wednesday 29th October @ 5pm, CBBC.

Episode 5, Trick Or Treat: It's Halloween, and Amber brings her kids, Fran and Jake, over to Dad's to meet the girls. Things are more frosty than spooky, especially when Jake destroys Millie's special costume. Over at Mum's house, Mum thinks Craig's zombie make-up is a little too realistic, but he's a big hit with the local trick or treaters when he answers the door.

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Monty Python's Best Bits (Mostly). Hugh Bonneville. Image credit: Phil McIntyre Entertainment.

Monty Python's Best Bits (Mostly)

Starts: Monday 3rd November, Gold.

Five-part series celebrating the best of Monty Python's Flying Circus. Hugh Bonneville hosts.

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Mount Pleasant. Image shows from L to R: Uncle Terry (Ted Robbins), Auntie Margaret (Sue Vincent), Pauline (Paula Wilcox), Barry (Bobby Ball). Image credit: Tiger Aspect Productions.

Mount Pleasant

Next new episode: Tuesday 28th October @ 9pm, Sky Living.

Episode 4.7: Temperatures continue to rise in Mount Pleasant as Greg and Tanya grow closer.

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Never Mind The Buzzcocks. Image shows from L to R: Aisling Bea, Phill Jupitus, Lisa Stansfield, Rhod Gilbert, Joe Lycett, Ana Matronic, Noel Fielding. Image credit: TalkbackThames.

Never Mind The Buzzcocks

Next new episode: Monday 3rd November @ 10pm, BBC2.

Episode 28.5: With Aisling Bea, Lisa Stansfield, Joe Lycett, Ana Matronic and the regulars.

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Not Going Out. Image shows from L to R: Nurse (Angela McHale), Lee (Lee Mack). Image credit: Avalon Television.

Not Going Out

Next new episode: Friday 31st October @ 9:30pm, BBC1.

Episode 7.3, Donor: When Lucy decides it's time to have a baby she's surprised to find the whole family taking a personal interest in the conception.

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Plebs. Fabianus (Naz Osmanoglu). Image credit: RISE Films.

Plebs

Next new episode: Monday 27th October @ 10pm, ITV2.

Episode 2.7, The Statue: The boys bump into old school friend Fabianus, who is now a hot shot lawyer living the high life in Rome. Through him, Stylax reconnects with old flame Cordelia. Meanwhile, Grumio finds something unusual hiding in their wardrobe.

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Psychobitches. Therapist (Rebecca Front). Image credit: Tiger Aspect Productions.

Psychobitches

Series 2 due to start 25th November.

A Sky Arts sketch show that sees some of history's most famous women psychoanalysed. Rebecca Front plays the therapist.

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QI. Image shows from L to R: Jo Brand, Stephen Fry, Phill Jupitus. Image credit: TalkbackThames.

QI

Next new episode: Friday 31st October @ 10pm, BBC2.

Episode 12.5, Lenses: With Jo Brand, Phill Jupitus and Josh Widdicombe.

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The Revolution Will Be Televised. Image shows from L to R: Jolyon Rubinstein, Donald Trump, Heydon Prowse. Image credit: Hat Trick Productions.

Revolution Will Be Televised, The

Next new episode: Tuesday 28th October @ 10:30pm, BBC3.

Episode 3.4: Right-wing news reporter Dale Maily finds himself in the middle of the Arizona desert with a heavily-armed border patrol, whilst an unofficial portrait of George W Bush is surreptitiously added to George's exhibition in Dallas. Unemployed simpleton Nomo attempts to buy a gun in Texas and James and Barnaby try to extract some cash from billionaire businessman and star of The ...

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Russell Howard's Good News. Russell Howard. Image credit: Avalon Television.

Russell Howard's Good News

Next new episode: Thursday 30th October @ 10pm, BBC2.

Episode 9.2: Topical comedy show hosted by Russell Howard, who offers his unique perspective on the big stories dominating the media across TV, online and in print, as well as picking up on those sometimes overlooked things that make him smile.

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Scot Squad. Image credit: The Comedy Unit.

Scot Squad

Returns: Monday 27th October @ 10:35pm, BBC1 Scot.

Episode 1: City cops PC Jack McLaren and PC Sarah Fletcher break up a domestic dispute as they patrol the beat. The duo employ very different approaches to the problem.

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Scrotal Recall. Image shows from L to R: Dylan (Johnny Flynn), Evie (Antonia Thomas), Luke (Daniel Ings). Image credit: Clerkenwell Films.

Scrotal Recall

Next new episode: Thursday 30th October @ 10pm, C4.

Episode 5, Bethany: In a flashback to four years ago, Dylan has been seeing Bethany for several months, but when she invites her protective big brother over to dinner a terrifying thought occurs to him that he has fallen into a serious relationship with her.

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Still Game Live. Image shows from L to R: Victor McDade (Greg Hemphill), Jack Jarvis (Ford Kiernan).

Still Game Live

Will be broadcast: Friday 7th November @ 9pm, BBC1 Scot.

Television broadcast of the hit Still Game live show, based on the popular BBC Scotland sitcom.

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Sweat The Small Stuff. Image shows from L to R: Melvin Odoom, Nick Grimshaw, Rochelle Humes. Image credit: Talkback.

Sweat The Small Stuff

Returns: Wednesday 29th October @ 10pm, BBC3.

Episode 4.1: Team captains Rochelle Humes and Melvin Odoom are joined by Jack Osbourne, TV presenter Alex Brooker, comedian Romesh Ranganathan and pop star Ella Eyre.

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Toast Of London. Steven Toast (Matt Berry). Image credit: Objective Productions.

Toast Of London

Returns: Monday 3rd November @ 10pm, C4.

Episode 2.1: Time for another slice of Toast: Eponymous hero Steven Toast is back, living in the heart of Soho's theatre-land. With the misguided help of his inept agent Jane Plough and eccentric flatmate Ed, Toast continues his desperate attempts to get the love, respect and fame he adamantly thinks he deserves.

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Trollied. Image shows from L to R: Rose (Miriam Margolyes), Colin (Carl Rice). Image credit: Roughcut Television.

Trollied

Returns: Monday 3rd November @ 8:30pm, Sky1.

Episode 4.1: A raft of newbies join Valco and Colin is horrified when he recognises one of the fresh faces strolling down the aisle - it's his nan, Rose!

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Would I Lie To You?. Image shows from L to R: David Mitchell, Rob Brydon, Lee Mack. Image credit: Zeppotron.

Would I Lie To You?

A current comedy programme.

Comedy panel show hosted by Rob Brydon, with David Mitchell and Lee Mack as team captains. Previously hosted by Angus Deayton.

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