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Only Fools and Horses USA - and other failed TV remakes

Ricky Gervais managed it with The Office, but - from The IT Crowd to Luther - which other Brit TV exports weren't so lucky?

Jack Seale, The Guardian, 4th April 2017

Mrs Brown's Boys named best sitcom since 2000

Mrs Brown's Boys has come top of the Radio Times poll to name the best British TV sitcom broadcast since the year 2000.

British Comedy Guide, 22nd August 2016

Radio Times launches a poll to name the best sitcom since 2000

Radio Times has launched a poll to name the best British TV sitcom broadcast since the year 2000. There are 40 shows in the shortlist.

British Comedy Guide, 19th July 2016

DVD review: Bad Education series 3

It is doubtful many viewers will feel as emotionally involved as the over-sentimental finale expects us to. Still, this remains enjoyable stuff.

Chris Hallam, Chris Hallam's World View, 26th August 2015

6 of the most hilarious moments from Bad Education

Whether you're already a massive fan of the original series or if it completely passed you by the first time around, here are a few moments that sum up why Bad Education was a great comedy.

Tom Eames, Digital Spy, 14th July 2015

Bad Education's Layton Williams on coming out

Plucked from school in Manchester aged just 11 to train at the Billy Elliot Academy after responding to a newspaper advert on a whim, Brian Layton went on to fulfil every aspiring theatre fan's childhood dream as the West End musical's longest-serving young lead.

Nick Bond, Attitude Magazine, 12th July 2015

Talks to adapt Bad Education as a film

Entertainment Film Distributors is in early talks to board the feature adaptation of hit Brit TV comedy series Bad Education, Deadline understands.

Ali Jaafar, Deadline, 29th January 2015

Jack Whitehall working on Bad Education film

Jack Whitehall is working on a film version of Bad Education, according to his father.

British Comedy Guide, 7th January 2015

7 reasons we will miss the show

All good things come to an end, so they say, and the finale came with a heavy slab of emotion, so a box of tissues was a must.

James Brinsford, Metro, 22nd October 2014

Although creator and star Jack Whitehall hasn't confirmed whether school's out forever at Abbey Grove, tonight's series three finale ties things up nicely just in case. With their GCSEs over, Form K have some important decisions to make about their futures, as does their tutor Alfie (Whitehall), who has decided that he can't carry on at the school without them. With headteacher Fraser (Mathew Horne) in bits at his resignation, can Gulliver and Form K get Alfie to the prom and perhaps back to the classroom?

Hannah J. Davies, The Guardian, 21st October 2014

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