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Truth Seekers, Amazon Prime, review

It may be that for hardcore Frost and Pegg fans, it proved thrilling enough to see them on screen together.

Kasia Delgado, i Newspaper, 30th October 2020

Truth Seekers review

Frost and Pegg reunite in a creepy new series about amateur paranormal investigators - but does it have the nimble wit of Shaun of the Dead?

Rebecca Nicholson, The Guardian, 30th October 2020

Review: Truth Seekers

It's frequently a deeply silly show, of course, and the season's overarching storyline, which involves the connection between wireless broadband and alternate dimensions, is pure, high-concept sci-fi, with just the right amount of cheesiness, for flavor. But Truth Seekers takes seriously the things it should: its need to throw in a few legitimate scares every so often and the abiding humanity of its characters.

Glen Weldon, NPR, 30th October 2020

Susan Wokoma interview

Following a string of strong roles on stage and TV, the actor now stars in Simon Pegg and Nick Frost's latest comedy. But, not so long ago, being on television hadn't even crossed her mind.

Hannah J Davies, The Guardian, 29th October 2020

Truth Seekers review

In spite of the horror-comedy's flaws, watching Frost and Pegg spar is always a joyous experience.

Ed Cumming, The Independent, 29th October 2020

Truth Seekers review

An affectionate British tribute to horror.

Louisa Mellor, Den Of Geek, 29th October 2020

Truth Seekers review

Nick Frost and Simon Pegg's new Amazon series is stuffed with scares, but lacks the wit of the Cornetto Trilogy.

Thomas Ling, Radio Times, 20th October 2020

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