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Karl Pilkington to return for Sick Of It Series 2

Sick Of It, the sitcom starring Karl Pilkington, is to return to Sky One for a second series.

British Comedy Guide, 20th December 2018

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

Premier League predictions: Lawro v Karl Pilkington

Supporting Manchester United at the moment is "like having a tortoise as a pet," according to comedian, TV presenter and Red Devils fan Karl Pilkington.

BBC, 28th September 2018

Sick of It review

Karl Pilkington's new comedy is more melancholy meditation than shaggy dog stories.

Lucy Mangan, The Guardian, 27th September 2018

Sick of It, review

Karl Pilkington stars opposite himself in his new sitcom that mostly hits the mark.

Coran Elliott, The Telegraph, 27th September 2018

Karl Pilkington's new sitcom refuses to work for its laughs, or its pathos. He plays Karl, a newly and unhappily single cabbie whose implausible fecklessness, in a world full of monstrous chancers, creates farcical situations from nothing. He also plays Karl's more forthright inner monologue as a separate character, which is a way to crowbar in Pilkington's trademark observational rants. But, in a scripted comedy that aims for bittersweetness, simply spelling out what pains the protagonist is another easy shortcut.

Jack Seale, The Guardian, 27th September 2018

Karl Pilkington interview

He wanted to quit but Ricky Gervais's side-kick is the writer and star of Sick of It, a sitcom which deals with loneliness and depression.

Adam Sherwin, i Newspaper, 24th September 2018

I talk Sick of It

Karl Pilkington has produced radio shows, featured on podcasts, starred in his own documentaries and even written books but never has he starred in his own scripted comedy, until now.

Elliot Gonzalez, I Talk Telly, 23rd September 2018