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The best new TV comedies of October-December (Part 1)

Here's part 1 of the best new TV comedies that have aired in the UK over the last three months...

Sophie Davies, Cult Box, 15th December 2018

This new Sharon Horgan-powered comedy follows three Dublin friends trying to navigate their lives, or rather struggle to get them under control. For Laura (Kerry Condon), that means being sacked as godmother when she sleeps through a christening, while Alison (Eileen Walsh) is so sick of dating she gets back with her ex and agrees to try for a baby. Gloriously deadpan Katie (Nina Sosanya) is on the verge of artificial insemination, but her daughter's father has some big news. So far, so funny.

Hannah Verdier, The Guardian, 11th October 2018

Women on the Verge review

A scabrous creation from Sharon Horgan that doesn't quite hit the peaks.

Lucy Mangan, The Guardian, 11th October 2018

Review: Women on the Verge

It picks away at modern neurosis the way you pull at a loose stitch, or the quick of your thumb - with the funny, fierce instinct that everything, and everyone, is steadily unravelling.

Peter Crawley, The Irish Times, 11th October 2018

Channel W orders Women On The Verge comedy drama series

Channel W is to show Women On The Verge, a comedy drama series about three woman who don't feel in control of their lives. Kerry Condon, Nina Sosanya, Eileen Walsh and Sharon Horgan will star.

British Comedy Guide, 6th June 2018

Review: Catastrophe gets off to a flyer

The opening episode of the third series was rich in incident and laughs finds Ben Dowell.

Ben Dowell, Radio Times, 28th February 2017

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