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Jim Howick interview

Jim Howick's wicked sense of humour helped turn Horrible Histories, Ghosts and Sex Education into massive hits. Here, the actor and writer reveals how he's always made it up as he went along

Tom Lamont, The Observer, 29th May 2022

Here We Go: The unassuming, but brilliant, comedy everyone should be watching

Light catastrophe is something that British sitcoms have always done well, from Peep Show to Outnumbered. BBC's new series Here We Go, writes Nick Hilton, is definitely the latest iteration of this formula: a sitcom of almost claustrophobic normalness.

Nick Hilton, The Independent, 27th May 2022

Here We Go review

Katherine Parkinson and Alison Steadman are joyous in this warm hug of a sitcom.

Rachael Sigee, i Newspaper, 29th April 2022

Here We Go, review

Don't be fooled by its ordinary appearance, this is a comic masterpiece.

Benji Wilson, The Telegraph, 29th April 2022

Katherine Parkinson interview

"Writing is just vomiting on the page. And then picking through your vomit'. Ahead of her new BBC sitcom, Here We Go, the actor talks about catastrophising, domestic chaos and tearing down the trope of the 'moany wife."

i Newspaper, 13th April 2022

Here We Go sitcom series coming to BBC One

Alison Steadman, Katherine Parkinson, Jim Howick and Tom Basden will star in Here We Go, a family-based sitcom series that follows on from 2020 pilot Pandemonium.

British Comedy Guide, 15th February 2022

Tom Basden's sitcom Pandemonium ordered by BBC

Plebs creator Tom Basden has landed a BBC One sitcom. Production is underway on six 30-minute episodes of Pandemonium, following on from a successful pilot that aired at Christmas.

British Comedy Guide, 20th September 2021

Bringing order to Pandemonium

Mucking in and keeping crew and cast safe were key to our Covid-themed comedy for BBC1, says Tom Jordan.

Broadcast, 5th January 2021

Pandemonium review

BBC comedy is a valiant effort at exploring our current predicament.

Ed Cumming, The Independent, 31st December 2020

Review: Pandemonium

As what's hopefully a once-in-a-lifetime disruptor, the coronavirus pandemic is an unusual hook for a sitcom's pilot episode. Lockdown is certainly not a 'sit' you'd want to return to time and again.

Steve Bennett, Chortle, 30th December 2020

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