Inbetweeners creators film new BBC comedy drama Ill Behaviour

Thursday 10th November 2016, 11:07am

Image shows from L to R: Iain Morris, Damon Beesley.

Iain Morris and Damon Beesley, the creators of The Inbetweeners, are working as producers on a new comedy drama called Ill Behaviour.

Few details are known about the project at the present time, although it is believed it is a one-off special for BBC iPlayer and has been written by Peep Show co-creator Sam Bain.

The programme is being filmed in The West Country, including at Bottle Yard Studios, the complex where supermarket sitcom Trollied is made.

The Bristol Post published pictures of filming trucks parked at Bristol's Castle Park this week where some location scenes are being shot for the new show.

Casting details are currently under wraps, but it is known that Doctors star Jessica Regan is amongst the lead actors.

Iain Morris and Damon Beesley are working on the show through their new production outfit Fudge Park. The company is also currently working on the 1980s set BBC Two comedy White Gold.

The Producer for Ill Behaviour is Gill Isles, whose other shows include Hebburn, Peter Kay's Car Share and Rovers.

Steve Bendelack, the director behind comedies such as The League Of Gentlemen, Little Britain and We're Doomed! The Dad's Army Story, has signed up to oversee the filming.

Further details about Ill Behaviour are expected to be revealed in due course.

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