Christopher Ettridge

TV preview: Goodnight Sweetheart, BBC1

Is it possible for a sitcom to be terrible and very funny at the same time? That's the feat that this one-off revival of Goodnight Sweetheart as part of the Landmark Sitcom Season seems to have pulled off. This time travel comedy always was an odd idea and the internal logic problems of the original run, which ended 17 years ago, still haven't been resolved. On the other hand there are plenty of laughs.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 2nd September 2016

Goodnight Sweetheart cast revealed

Casting details for the new Goodnight Sweetheart special have been revealed. Elizabeth Carling and Emma Amos will reprise their roles as Phoebe and Yvonne, respectively.

British Comedy Guide, 5th August 2016

Why Goodnight Sweetheart is the most subversive sitcom

There aren't many sitcoms about a grown man pretending to be a spy who wrote The Beatles' back catalogue. Who also befriends Noel Coward, saves Clement Attlee's life, and meets George VI, the Kray twins and Winston Churchill. Then again, time-travelling oddity Goodnight Sweetheart was no ordinary sitcom.

Michael Hogan, The Telegraph, 8th July 2016