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Review: Inside No. 9's final episode poses a question

Inside No. 9 concludes its sixth series with an uncomfortable 'state of the nation' piece, including more political and religious themes than ever before.

Sophie Davies, The Custard TV, 21st June 2021

Inside No. 9 6.6 review: Last Night of the Proms

It's fun, and has a fair share of shocking moments, but a strange one to end what has been a pretty strong series.

Nick Bartlett, Critical Popcorn, 17th June 2021

TV review: Inside No 9 - Last Night Of The Proms

Interestingly on social media some people have been saying this is the best epsiode ever, some people saying it is the worst. Which if nothing lese shows that this anthology series continues to arouse strong feelings. One thing is for certain, even a less than brilliant episode of Inside No 9 is better than most of the unimaginative tosh that passes for TV these days.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 15th June 2021

Inside No. 9: series 6 episode 6 review

It's only the arrival of Inside No. 9's first overtly political episode that marks out how apolitical the show has been until now. Of all the uncomfortable places it's ventured, the state of the nation has stayed largely unexplored territory.

Louisa Mellor, Den Of Geek, 15th June 2021

Susannah Fielding joins The Cockfields

Susannah Fielding has joined the cast of The Cockfields. She will play new girlfriend of Simon in the second series of Gold's sitcom. Gregor Fisher, Michele Dotrice and Greg McHugh also join the cast.

British Comedy Guide, 14th May 2021

Inside No. 9 Series 6 cast revealed

Filming has completed on Series 6 of Inside No. 9. The guest stars joining Steve Pemberton and Reece Shearsmith will include Sian Clifford, Adrian Dunbar, Paterson Joseph and Sir Derek Jacobi.

British Comedy Guide, 27th January 2021

The Cockfields to return for Series 2

Gold has ordered a second series of The Cockfields, the sitcom starring Joe Wilkinson and Diane Morgan.

British Comedy Guide, 29th June 2020

W1A: Initial Lockdown Meeting review

"Every problem is a solution waiting to happen," Hugh Bonneville says as he reprises his role as the BBC's head of values, Ian Fletcher. And right now he tells four other characters from the satirical sitcom W1A in a mock-Zoom meeting to determine the corporation's lockdown strategy. "We are looking at one of the biggest solutions any of us have ever seen."

Dominic Maxwell, The Times, 21st May 2020