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BCG Features

10 years of The Inbetweeners

Tuesday 1st May 2018

A look back on The Inbetweeners, 10 years on. The show started out on E4 with very modest audiences, but it soon grew into one of the biggest sitcom hits of the decade, and then spawned two of the most successful British comedy movies of all time too.

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Press Clippings

Introducing The Inbetweeners to a French person

Turns out the humour does translate but, unfortunately, some things require questions.

Wayne Farry, JOE, 24th February 2020

Joe Thomas to star in 'What's In A Name?' tour

Inbetweeners star Joe Thomas will take the lead role in the first UK tour of What's In A Name?, the stage show based on the hit French format Le Prènom.

British Comedy Guide, 22nd July 2019

Taskmaster: Series 8, Episode 9 - review

In the penultimate episode of the series, we witness the invention of the bounce stabiliser, listen to delicious dust, and see a terrible remake of The Human Centipede.

Ian Wolf, On The Box, 3rd July 2019

Taskmaster: Series 8, Episode 8 - review

This week we come across the power of ice, flashbacks in sand, and the most unlikely cheat in the history of Taskmaster.

Ian Wolf, On The Box, 26th June 2019

Taskmaster: Series 8, Episode 7 - review

This week's Taskmaster has been marked with a touch of sadness following recent news concerning Paul Sinha.

Ian Wolf, On The Box, 19th June 2019

Taskmaster: Series 8, Episode 6 - review

In this week's edition we learn that one of the biggest elements of Taskmaster is diversity. One point you may be riding high with your ability to remember a deck of cards, the next you are wallowing in misery because when trying to hide yourself you failed to cover your own face.

Ian Wolf, On The Box, 13th June 2019

Taskmaster - Series 8, Episode 5: Stay Humble review

Only the Taskmaster comes out on top when deceiving.

Ian Wolf, On The Box, 5th June 2019

Taskmaster: Series 8, Episode 4 review

Tonight's episode was a reminder that some of the best moments in Taskmaster come from the most unexpected places. Let's face it, before any of this, who thought you could get laughs by introducing a toddler to tray containing rubber ducks and a thresher shark, in order to teach it about the dangers faced by animals in their natural habitat?

Ian Wolf, On The Box, 29th May 2019