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

4 O'Clock Club. Josh Carter (Khalil Madovi). Image credit: British Broadcasting Corporation.

4 O'Clock Club

Next new episode: Wednesday 4th February @ 5pm, CBBC.

Episode 4.2, Toads: The school-based comedy continues.

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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 30th January @ 9pm, C4.

Episode 9.4: Jon Richardson and Johnny Vegas take on Sean Lock and Romesh Ranganathan. Josie Long joins resident lexicographer Susie Dent.

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Alan Davies: As Yet Untitled. Jo Brand. Image credit: Phil McIntyre Entertainment.

Alan Davies: As Yet Untitled

Next new episode: Tuesday 3rd February @ 10pm, Dave.

Episode 2.5: Giggles guaranteed as QI's klaxon king invites guests Jo Brand, James Acaster, Ricky Tomlinson and Sara Pascoe to crowd round his table for a completely off-the-cuff chat.

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Backchat. Image shows from L to R: Cilla Black, Jack Whitehall, John Bishop, Michael Whitehall. Image credit: Tiger Aspect Productions.

Backchat

Next new episode: Monday 2nd February @ 10pm, BBC2.

Episode 2.5: Cilla Black and John Bishop are on the sofa to discuss all things Liverpool.

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Benidorm. Image shows from L to R: Crystal Henessy-Vass (Joan Collins), Joyce (Sherrie Hewson). Image credit: Tiger Aspect Productions.

Benidorm

Next new episode: Friday 30th January @ 9pm, ITV.

Episode 7.5: Solana Group CEO Crystal Hennessy-Vass sweeps into the resort and takes Joyce out to lunch.

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Birds Of A Feather. Dorien Green (Lesley Joseph). Image credit: Alomo Productions.

Birds Of A Feather

Next new episode: Thursday 5th February @ 8:30pm, ITV.

Episode 11.7, Without a Trace: Sharon makes plans to take Tracey and Dorien on a madcap 70s weekender, but there is no dressing up the news that Tracey is about to receive.

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Blue Go Mad In Ibiza. Image credit: Potato.

Blue Go Mad In Ibiza

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Prank show based around pop group Blue. The boy-band are tasked with running a bar in Ibiza... but everyone else is an actor.

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Bob Servant. Image shows from L to R: Bob Servant (Brian Cox), Frank (Jonathan Watson). Image credit: British Broadcasting Corporation.

Bob Servant

Nationwide repeat of Series 2 starts on BBC4 on Monday 9th February.

TV series about Bob and Frank, two men who live in the Scottish town of Broughty Ferry. In the first series Frank stood in the local election.

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Catastrophe. Image shows from L to R: Sharon (Sharon Horgan), Rob (Rob Delaney). Image credit: Avalon Television.

Catastrophe

Next new episode: Monday 2nd February @ 10pm, C4.

Episode 3: Sharon's hormones plague her with waves of horniness and sadness and a host of other fears.

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Charlie Brooker's Weekly Wipe. Charlie Brooker. Image credit: House Of Tomorrow.

Charlie Brooker's Weekly Wipe

Next new episode: Thursday 5th February @ 10pm, BBC2.

Episode 3.2: 2015 is scary. Stay indoors and let Charlie Brooker and his team point out all you need to know in the comfort of your own home.

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Cockroaches. Doctor (Alexander Armstrong). Image credit: Big Talk Productions.

Cockroaches

Next new episode: Tuesday 3rd February @ 10pm, ITV2.

Episode 4: After the children suddenly turn green, panic spreads through the camp. Is it nuclear radiation? Time to call the Doctor.

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

Comedy Central At The Comedy Store

Next new episode: Saturday 31st January @ 1am, Comedy Central.

Episode 3.13: Andrew Lawrence tries to look after himself, Jen Brister tells you how to spot a lesbian, Geoff Norcott talks stag do's, and Mick Ferry is partial to the odd drink.

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Count Arthur Strong. Count Arthur Strong (Steve Delaney). Image credit: Retort.

Count Arthur Strong

Next new episode: Tuesday 3rd February @ 10:45pm, BBC1.

Episode 2.5, Still Life: When a documentary team start to do a profile of Michael, Arthur's new career as a living statue threatens to steal the show. Michael turns to drastic tactics to bring the attention back to himself.

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Crims. Image shows from L to R: Jason (Kadiff Kirwan), Luke (Elis James). Image credit: British Broadcasting Corporation.

Crims

Next new episode: Thursday 5th February @ 10pm, BBC3.

Episode 5: Sunnybank View turns from Broadmoor to Broadway when the inmates put on a musical for friends and family.

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The Dog Ate My Homework. Iain Stirling. Image credit: British Broadcasting Corporation.

Dog Ate My Homework, The

Next new episode: Friday 6th February @ 5pm, CBBC.

Episode 2.3: The team captains are joined by CBBC's Dodge T Dog, presenter Naomi Wilkinson and the stars of Sam and Mark's Big Friday, Sam and Mark.

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Drunk History. Image credit: Tiger Aspect Productions.

Drunk History

Next new episode: Monday 2nd February @ 9:30pm, Comedy Central.

Episode 4: Tonight Russell Kane regales us with the story of Guy Fawkes and the gunpowder plot and Joe Lycett tells us all about the Krays. Features Cardinal Burns.

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The Football's On. Ian Stone.

Football's On, The

Next new episode: Friday 30th January @ 10pm, BT Sport.

Episode 2.26: Ian Stone talks football with special guests Omid Djalili and Jo Caulfield.

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

Graham Norton Show, The

Next new episode: Friday 30th January @ 10:35pm, BBC1.

Episode 16.17, Dame Judi Dench, Dev Patel, Sharon Horgan, Rob Delaney, Jack O'Connell, First Aid Kit: Judi Dench talks about that tattoo again; Dev Patel says his mother spied on Richard Gere; Sharon Horgan and Rob Delaney talk about Catastrophe; Jack O'Connell says his rise to stardom is down to luck; while First Aid Kit perform live in the studio.

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House Of Fools. Image shows from L to R: Vic (Vic Reeves), Bob (Bob Mortimer). Image credit: British Broadcasting Corporation.

House Of Fools

Returns: Monday 16th February @ 10pm, BBC2.

Episode 2.1: Julie opens a bistro, and Vic and Beef help arrange a blind date for Erik.

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I Live With Models. Image shows from L to R: Scarlet (Brianne Howey), Tommy (David Hoffman), Anna (Rebecca Reid). Image credit: Roughcut Television.

I Live With Models

Starts: Monday 23rd February @ 9:30pm, Comedy Central.

Episode 1: After soiling her sponge in the shower, Tommy's keen to make it up to Scarlet, who's missing out on a great assignment because perfumer Christian Saunders feels she is too aloof. Meanwhile, Anna has a fan and Gabe has found his soulmate...s.

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

Jonathan Ross Show, The

Next new episode: Saturday 31st January @ 9:20pm, ITV.

Episode 8.2, Mel & Sue, Danny Dyer, Diana Rigg, Johnny Vegas: With the queens of The Great British Bake Off, Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins, EastEnders star Danny Dyer, distinguished actress Dame Diana Rigg and comedian Johnny Vegas from the hit show Benidorm.

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The Keith Lemon Sketch Show. Keith Lemon. Image credit: Talkback.

Keith Lemon Sketch Show, The

Starts: Thursday 5th February @ 10pm, ITV2.

Episode 1: Featuring One Direction, Holly Willoughby and Kim Kardashian as you've never seen them before. Guests in the first show include Take Me Out's Paddy McGuinness, actor John Thomson and former Inbetweeners star Emily Atack.

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The Last Leg. Image shows from L to R: Alex Brooker, Adam Hills, Josh Widdicombe. Image credit: Open Mike Productions.

Last Leg, The

Next new episode: Friday 30th January @ 10pm, C4.

Episode 6.4: Miranda Hart joins Adam, Josh and Alex. Additionally, Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg will be making a highly anticipated live appearance on the show to talk to Alex about the importance of voting.

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Last Tango In Halifax. Image shows from L to R: Alan (Derek Jacobi), Celia (Anne Reid). Image credit: Red Production Company.

Last Tango In Halifax

Next new episode: Sunday 1st February @ 9pm, BBC1.

Episode 3.6: It is the day of Gillian's wedding, but things don't go as planned as Caroline gets to the heart of why Gillian is avoiding it. With Celia's encouragement, Alan takes the first step towards forgiving Gary.

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Monty Python's Personal Best.

Monty Python's Personal Best

Next new episode: Thursday 5th February @ 9pm, Sky Arts 1.

Episode 4, Terry Gilliam: A look at a colourful collage of Terry Gilliam's weirdly wonderful animations.

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Moone Boy. Image shows from L to R: Martin (David Rawle), Sean Murphy (Chris O'Dowd). Image credit: Baby Cow Productions.

Moone Boy

Returns: Monday 2nd March @ 9pm, Sky1.

Episode 3.1: More adventures with Martin Moone and Sean Murphy.

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QI. Image shows from L to R: Alan Davies, Stephen Fry. Image credit: TalkbackThames.

QI

Next new episode: Friday 30th January @ 10pm, BBC2.

Episode 12.17, QI VG: Compilation Show 11: A compilation of some of the best bits from Series L, with Stephen Fry and Alan Davies.

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Reality Bites. Stephen Mulhern. Image credit: Hungry Bear Media.

Reality Bites

Starts: Thursday 5th February @ 10:30pm, ITV2.

Episode 1: Emma Willis and Joel Dommett are joined by I'm A Celeb contestant Jimmy Bullard, former Apprentice finalist Luisa Zissman, comedian Joe Lycett, Geordie Shore's Charlotte Crosby and Benefits Street star White Dee.

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Room 101. Image shows from L to R: Sara Pascoe, Frank Skinner, Michael Vaughan, Jonathan Ross. Image credit: Hat Trick Productions.

Room 101

Next new episode: Friday 30th January @ 8:30pm, BBC1.

Episode 4.5, Sara Pascoe, Jonathan Ross, Michael Vaughan: Frank Skinner is joined by stand-up Sara Pascoe, chat show host Jonathan Ross and ex-cricketer Michael Vaughan. Nominations literally include people who misuse the word "literally", and Luis Suarez.

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Rory Bremner's Coalition Report. Rory Bremner. Image credit: Vera Productions.

Rory Bremner's Coalition Report

Will be broadcast: Tuesday 3rd February @ 10pm, BBC2.

Rory Bremner returns with new guests and new characters as he takes on the coalition in a one-off special.

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Roy. Image shows from L to R: Roy, Becky (Martha Byrne). Image credit: JAM Media.

Roy

Next new episode: Tuesday 3rd February @ 5pm, CBBC.

Episode 4.3, Stupid Cupid: When Roy believes Miss Jervis is leaving the school because she is heartbroken he decides to play Cupid and set her up with Mr Lucey. Will love conquer all and will Roy get his favourite teacher to stay?

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Stella. Image shows from L to R: Alan (Steve Speirs), Little Alan (Daniel Gammond). Image credit: Tidy Productions.

Stella

Returns: Friday 6th February @ 9pm, Sky1.

Episode 4.1: Just when you thought Stella's house couldn't possibly get more crowded, Michael decides to base the office for his go-it-alone solicitors' firm there.

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Uncle. Image shows from L to R: Errol (Elliot Speller-Gillott), Andy (Nick Helm). Image credit: Baby Cow Productions.

Uncle

Returns: Tuesday 10th February @ 10pm, BBC3.

Episode 2.1: Andy and Errol have to sneak around just to spend time together. Can they help each other conquer their fears and get unblocked?

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Up The Women. Image shows from L to R: Emily (Georgia Groome), Gwen (Vicki Pepperdine), Eva (Emma Pierson), Myrtle (Judy Parfitt). Image credit: British Broadcasting Corporation.

Up The Women

Next new episode: Wednesday 4th February @ 10pm, BBC2.

Episode 2.3, Bowls: Margaret's attempts to use a camera are thwarted when two New Zealand crown-green bowlers turn up... from New Zealand.

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