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Maxxx review - can a tired hasbeen take on the charts?

After several false starts, O-T Fagbenle's satirical comedy finally arrives to shine new light on to the well-worn topic of celebrity excess and post-fame blues.

Ellen E. Jones, The Guardian, 5th November 2020

Maxxx review

Though a little uneven, the show has a sassy attitude and energy, while the the pacy script is liberally peppered with waspish one-liners.

Steve Bennett, Chortle, 2nd April 2020

Johnny English Strikes Again review

Fans of Atkinson and of the Johnny English franchise should be happy enough with the new adventure but even they may wonder if the filmmakers could have done just a little more

Geoffrey MacNab, The Independent, 4th October 2018

The week in TV: Would I Lie to You?; Sick Note

At some points it felt as though Ed Balls had merely exchanged one bear pit for another; at others it bordered on poignant.

Barbara Ellen, The Guardian, 26th November 2017

Pippa Bennett-Warner on the 'darkly funny' Sick Note

Metro.co.uk is shining a spotlight on actors who are set to light up the small screen, and our Ones To Watch series continues with Pippa Bennett-Warner, who you might remember from Doctor Who and racy period drama Harlots. She's headed back over to the dark(ly funny) side in the new series of Sick Note.

Sarah Deen, Metro, 7th November 2017

Pippa Bennett-Warner interview

From hopping on board the Tardis alongside Peter Capaldi and Jenna Coleman in 2014, to her current role opposite Rupert Grint in upcoming comedy drama Sick Note, Pippa has not only been seen in a variety of roles, but has also stretched herself across almost every medium imaginable.

Scarlett Sangster, The National Student, 7th November 2017

Sick Note is already showing signs of heart failure

Amazingly, Sick Note has been commissioned for a second series, which will star Lindsay Lohan as the daughter of Daniel's boss. I can't say I have high hopes - she is hardly the sort of actor you want administering the kiss of life to a programme already showing serious signs of heart failure.

Rupert Hawksley, The Telegraph, 7th November 2017

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