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Top 20 British sitcoms of 21st century: Peep Show

Peep Show is still the longest running sitcom in Channel 4 history. Two things particularly (other than Jesse Armstrong and Sam Bain's brilliant writing) elevate it above the usual odd couple style flat share set-up. Firstly, the unique way it is filmed, enabling us to not only see the world through Mark and Jez's eyes but hear their (often not entirely flattering) thoughts.

Chris Hallam, Chris Hallam's World View, 30th March 2020

Radio Times TV 100 2019: Phoebe Waller-Bridge tops list

The result is a rundown of 100 TV stars who've had a tremendous past 12 months. Fleabag co-stars Olivia Colman and Andrew Scott came 13th and 21st respectively.

Morgan Jeffery, Radio Times, 3rd December 2019

Review: The Day Shall Come

Chris Morris's latest film might have its heart in the right place, but lacks direction and fails to deliver on an ambitious premise, says Linda Marric.

Linda Marric, The Jewish Chronicle, 11th October 2019

Review: The Day Shall Come

Chris Morris follow up to Four Lions mocks the conventions of the US War on Terror - The Day Shall Come shows just how much we've missed him, says Cath Clarke.

Cath Clarke, The Big Issue, 11th October 2019

The Day Shall Come review

The truth is stranger than fiction in Chris Morris' first film since 2010's Four Lions.

Steven Sheehan, The Digital Fix, 8th October 2019

Film review: The Day Shall Come

Maybe Morris is getting more serious as he gets older or maybe we live in more serious times, but there are less laughs here than in Four Lions.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 7th October 2019

The Day Shall Come review

Chris Morris returns to the war on terror with an eye-opening satire that's as fresh as it is funny.

Emma Simmonds, The List, 7th October 2019

E4 orders half-animated computer game comedy from Fresh Meat team

Dead Pixels, a half-live action, half-animated comedy from the Fresh Meat producers, is coming to E4 next year. It focuses on friends obsessed with a computer game.

British Comedy Guide, 23rd August 2017