About A Boy. Will Freeman (Hugh Grant).

TV review: Hugh Grant: A Life On Screen, BBC2

At any other time of the year I might have given this relatively benign Hugh Grant profile a particularly wide berth, but in the run-up to Christmas it seemed to hit the spot. Let's put it another way. I'd rather sit through an hour of Grant clips and self-deprecating quips than sit through the whole of Love, Actually.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 24th December 2019

Hugh Grant: A Life on Screen, BBC Two review

A clever mixture of self-deprecation and self-promotion.

Marina Vaizey, The Arts Desk, 24th December 2019

Hugh Grant: A Life on Screen, review

So charming, this retrospective was impossible to resist.

Michael Hogan, The Telegraph, 24th December 2019

Hugh Grant: A Life on Screen, review

A lesson in self-deprecation from Britain's most charming rogue.

Ellie Harrison, The Independent, 24th December 2019

Hugh Grant: A Life on Screen, BBC2, review

A doting, hour-long schmooze.

Rupert Hawksley, i Newspaper, 23rd December 2019

The bumbling romcom megastar Hugh Grant lives up to his wry, self-deprecating screen persona in this documentary taking us through his movie roles, from Sense and Sensibility to Four Weddings, Bridget Jones and Love Actually. A charming showcase ahead of his latest, The Gentlemen.

Ammar Kalia, The Guardian, 23rd December 2019

Hugh Grant says romantic comedy days are over

Hugh Grant has explained why he feels like his romantic comedy days are well and truly behind him now.

The Mirror, 7th June 2019

Four Weddings sequel: All you need to know

It launched the careers of stars like Hugh Grant, and inspired a slew of romantic comedies.

Now, 25 years after its release, most of the original cast of Four Weddings and a Funeral have reunited for a short sequel to be shown during Friday's Comic Relief telethon on BBC One.

BBC, 15th March 2019