Inside No. 9. Image shows from L to R: Steve Pemberton, Reece Shearsmith
Inside No. 9

Inside No. 9

  • TV comedy drama
  • BBC Two
  • 2014 - 2022
  • 43 episodes (7 series)

Dark comedy anthology series from Reece Shearsmith and Steve Pemberton. Each episode focuses on the goings-on around something to do with the number 9.

Episode menu

Series 3, Episode 6 - Private View

Inside No. 9. Image shows from L to R: Bea (Montserrat Lombard), Maurice (Reece Shearsmith), Jean (Fiona Shaw), Neil (Peter Kay), Carrie (Morgana Robinson), Kenneth (Steve Pemberton), Patricia (Felicity Kendal). Copyright: BBC
It's the night of Elliot Quinn's valedictory show, Fragments. An unlikely group of individuals find themselves in The Nine Gallery in East London for champagne, canapés, and cutting-edge culture. However, the guests soon realise they are trapped within the exhibition.

Further details

Inside No. 9. Image shows from L to R: Kenneth (Steve Pemberton), Maurice (Reece Shearsmith). Copyright: BBC
Inside No. 9. Patricia (Felicity Kendal). Copyright: BBC

Felicity Kendall interview

Broadcast details

Date
Tuesday 21st March 2017
Time
10pm
Channel
BBC Two
Length
30 minutes

Repeats

Show past repeats

Date Time Channel
Wednesday 31st October 2018 12:20am Gold
Thursday 30th May 2019 11:20pm Gold
Friday 31st May 2019 3:20am Gold
Thursday 29th August 2019 12:25am Gold
Friday 30th August 2019 12:00am Gold
Monday 22nd June 2020 12:50am Gold
Monday 22nd June 2020 2:40am Gold
Sunday 13th September 2020 11:20pm Gold
Monday 14th September 2020 3:00am Gold
Sunday 17th July 2022 12:00am Gold
Sunday 17th July 2022 3:30am Gold

Cast & crew

Guest cast
Steve Pemberton Kenneth
Reece Shearsmith Maurice
Felicity Kendal Patricia
Fiona Shaw Jean
Morgana Robinson Carrie
Montserrat Lombard Bea
Peter Kay Neil
Johnny Flynn Elliot Quinn
Muriel Gray Reporter
Writing team
Reece Shearsmith Writer
Steve Pemberton Writer
Production team
Guillem Morales Director
Adam Tandy Producer
Jon Plowman Executive Producer
Steve Pemberton Associate Producer
Reece Shearsmith Associate Producer
Joe Randall-Cutler Editor
Simon Rogers Production Designer
Tracey Gillham Casting Director
Yves Barre Costume Designer
Stephan Pehrsson Director of Photography
Helen Speyer Make-up Designer
Christian Henson Composer
Matthew Scrivener 1st Assistant Director

Press

Inside No. 9 Season 3 Episode 6 review

In such a small cast, it's a challenge to keep the mystery going, but there are enough misleads and meaningful glances to confuse everyone, and once the villain is revealed (slightly earlier than you might expect), it matters not.

Andrew Allen, Cult Box, 7th April 2017

Inside No. 9 Review: Series Three: 'Private View'

More than any other Inside No. 9 of series three, Private View features Pemberton & Shearsmith wearing an apparel of horror and thriller influences on their collaborative sleeve.

Dodo's Words, 5th April 2017

Inside No 9 review

Wicked murder mystery forms a fitting series finale.

Mark Butler, i Newspaper, 22nd March 2017

TV: Inside No 9, Episode 6, Private View

I've been a fan of Inside No. 9 since it started and it has maintained its high standards right through to this, the final show of the third series.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 22nd March 2017

TV Review: Inside No. 9 - Private View

The latest series of Reece Shearsmith and Steve Pemberton's dark comedy tales has come to a fantastically grisly end, with a star-studded episode full of mystery and murder.

Anneka Honeyball, The National Student, 22nd March 2017

Inside No 9 -  'Private View' review

The finale of Inside No. 9 series 3 was indebted to Agatha Christie classic And Then There Were None, and Theatre of Blood. Coming after lots of episodes that felt claustrophobic, "Private View" felt a little more expansive, despite everything taking place inside a modern art installation adorned with white mannequins.

Dan Owen, Dan's Media Digest, 22nd March 2017

It's the night of contemporary artist Elliot Quinn's valedictory show, Fragments. But why are those attending east London's Nine Gallery, including a humourless council official called Kenneth Williams and an airhead reality TV star, such a motley crew? And why have they been locked in? A gloriously nasty conclusion to the anthology comedy series from Steve Pemberton and Reece Shearsmith, whose distinctive style never gets dull.

Jonathan Wright, The Guardian, 21st March 2017

This is a gruesome and darkly comic episode. Just as you're laughing at a one-liner you'll start wincing at the next scene.

Julie McDowall, The National (Scotland), 21st March 2017

Preview - Inside No. 9: Private View

Who would have thought that the star of one of Britain's most famously loveable sitcoms would star in one of the darkest comedies around?

Ian Wolf, On The Box, 21st March 2017

Inside No. 9 series 3 episode 6 review: Private View

What I'm trying to say is that Inside No. 9 is remarkable. And series three has perhaps been its most remarkable series yet.

Louisa Mellor, Den Of Geek, 21st March 2017

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