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Year of the Rabbit review

Matt Berry, Freddie Fox, and Susan Wokoma make for a fantastic central trio, as the raunchy detective comedy makes a stop in 1880s London.

Steve Greene, IndieWire, 19th February 2020

Year Of The Rabbit Series 2 confirmed

Year Of The Rabbit, the Victorian-set comedy series starring Matt Berry, is to return to Channel 4 for a second series.

British Comedy Guide, 11th February 2020

Year Of The Rabbit writers plan Series 2

Kevin Cecil and Andy Riley - the writers of Year Of The Rabbit - say they have "sketched out" some ideas for Series 2, although it has yet to be commissioned.

British Comedy Guide, 16th July 2019

DI Rabbit is at his rascally best as Andy Riley and Kevin Cecil's riotous Victorian police spoof finds him on the trail of a killer known as the Brick Man. At last we learn more about Keeley Hawes's mysterious character, who steps out of the shadows long enough to lure would-be "ladyfilth" Mabel into her orbit.

Mike Bradley, The Guardian, 17th June 2019

Review: Channel 4's Year of the Rabbit is silly & smart

Essentially The Sweeney in Victorian times (in fact the show's original working title was Ye Sweeney), Year of the Rabbit proves to be a winning mix of smart but silly gags with a first-rate cast.

Sophie Davies, The Custard TV, 11th June 2019

Year of the Rabbit review

Silly and gleefully sweary ... but where were the gags?

Tim Dowling, The Guardian, 10th June 2019

TV review: Year of the Rabbit

This Victorian comedy caper is lively, bawdy fun.

Sarah Carson, i Newspaper, 10th June 2019

Year of the Rabbit, Channel 4 review

A hare-brained comedy that raises eyebrows - even if you only have one.

Susannah Butter, Evening Standard, 10th June 2019