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Review - Inside No. 9: How Do You Plead?

Perhaps it's not the most inventive episode the duo has ever put out, but it knows what it wants to do and does it so effectively.

Reece Goodall, The Boar, 18th June 2021

Inside No. 9: How Do You Plead? review

With strong performances (again), jet-black humour (again) and disquieting tone of foreboding (again), How Do You Plead? continues Inside No. 9's enviable track record of suspenseful, out-of-the-ordinary television. No wonder they won the Bafta last night...

Chortle, 7th June 2021

Inside No. 9 6.5 review: How Do You Plead?

I generally try to avoid spoilers when talking about Inside No. 9. I never want to take away that incredible feeling of having the rug pulled out from under you. That being said, it's difficult to talk about the latest episode without revealing some pretty important details so I'm just going to say right off the bat...

Nick Bartlett, Critical Popcorn, 7th June 2021

Inside No. 9 review: How Do You Plead?

Guilty or not guilty? Sir Derek Jacobi is a wonderful guest star in a terrific episode about a damned tricky legal case...

Louisa Mellor, Den Of Geek, 7th June 2021

Review: How Do You Plead? one of No. 9's creepiest eps

Given this is Inside No. 9, nothing in How Do You Plead? is as clear-cut as it seems and everyone has something to hide.

Sophie Davies, The Custard TV, 7th June 2021

Derek Jacobi interview

As he stars in a new episode of Inside No. 9, Jacobi talks to Ed Cumming about hobbies, the 'madness' of method acting and whether LGBTQ roles should be given to straight actors.

Ed Cumming, The Independent, 6th June 2021

Inside No. 9 Series 6 cast revealed

Filming has completed on Series 6 of Inside No. 9. The guest stars joining Steve Pemberton and Reece Shearsmith will include Sian Clifford, Adrian Dunbar, Paterson Joseph and Sir Derek Jacobi.

British Comedy Guide, 27th January 2021

Cast revealed for 'What A Carve Up!' online show

Stephen Fry, Rebecca Front, Derek Jacobi and Griff Rhys Jones are amongst the cast making a new online version of satirical novel What A Carve Up!.

British Comedy Guide, 28th September 2020

Say Your Prayers review

Smart pacing, sharp editing and classy cameos elevate this Yorkshire-set tale above many recent crime capers.

Mike McCahill, The Guardian, 23rd September 2020

New film Say Your Prayers to be released in September

Roger Allam, Derek Jacobi and Anna Maxwell Martin are to star in the black comedy Say Your Prayers, released next month.

British Comedy Guide, 3rd August 2020

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