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BCG Features

10 years of The Inbetweeners

Tuesday 1st May 2018

A look back on The Inbetweeners, 10 years on. The show started out on E4 with very modest audiences, but it soon grew into one of the biggest sitcom hits of the decade, and then spawned two of the most successful British comedy movies of all time too.


Press Clippings

Blake Harrison interview

The actor is known for starring in the hit Brit show The Inbetweeners but now he avoids being the 'dumb Cockney in a comedy' at all costs. As his new play opens in London, he talks to Isobel Lewis about whether Neil and co have aged well and how he's moved on with the help of MMA fighters.

Isobel Lewis, The Independent, 10th October 2021

Inbetweeners stars to reunite at Comic Con

Simon Bird, Blake Harrison, Joe Thomas and James Buckley have agreed to a joint appearance at Comic Con in November.

The Sun, 30th May 2021

Blake Harrison: stop calling people 'bus wankers'

The Inbetweeners star Blake Harrison has expressed discomfort with the use of some of the show's foul-mouthed catchphrases among fans.

Louis Chilton, The Independent, 7th April 2021

David Walliams to make two more After Ever After specials

David Walliams will star in two more episodes of After Ever After, his format which looks at what happens after fairy tales end. The next stories will focus on Jack & The Beanstalk and Hansel & Gretel.

British Comedy Guide, 28th September 2020

Kate & Koji: Over 5 million viewers watch new ITV sitcom

Over 5 million viewers tuned in to Kate & Koji, ITV's new studio audience sitcom starring Brenda Blethyn and Jimmy Akingbola.

British Comedy Guide, 19th March 2020

Kate & Koji review

Whisper it, but ITV could just have created that rarest of creatures - a mainstream sitcom that's constantly funny; deserving of critical praise as well as strong audiences.

Steve Bennett, Chortle, 18th March 2020

Katie & Koji doesn't shy away from the truth

Although from very different worlds, it's soon evident they share similar traits, including a dogged determination to never back down.

The Herald, 14th March 2020

Introducing The Inbetweeners to a French person

Turns out the humour does translate but, unfortunately, some things require questions.

Wayne Farry, JOE, 24th February 2020