Man Down. Dan (Greg Davies). Copyright: Avalon Television
Man Down

Man Down

  • TV sitcom
  • Channel 4
  • 2013 - 2017
  • 26 episodes (4 series)

Sitcom starring Greg Davies as Dan, a teacher with crushing character flaws. Also features Roisin Conaty, Mike Wozniak, Gwyneth Powell, Stephanie Cole, Jeany Spark and more.

  • JustWatch Streaming rank this week: 1,785

Press clippings

Greg Davies on The Cleaner, Taskmaster and the pupil who asked if he could do the Lambada

he comedian talks to Helen Brown about following your dreams and being comfortable with the gifts you've got.

Helen Brown, The Independent, 19th April 2023

The best TV shows for Taskmaster fans

While we wait for Taskmaster's Series 15 release date, here are some similar TV treats to keep you entertained, including shows featuring previous cast members.

Laura Vickers-Green, Den Of Geek, 12th January 2023

Gwyneth Powell dies aged 76

While mostly famous for playing Mrs McClusky in Grange Hill, in comedy she is most famous for playing Polly, mother of Greg Davies' Dan in Man Down.

BBC, 12th September 2022

Comedy.co.uk Awards 2017 shortlist

The shortlisted TV and radio shows for the Comedy.co.uk Awards 2017 have been announced. 60 programmes are in the running for the Comedy Of The Year title.

British Comedy Guide, 15th January 2018

Euan Ferguson's best television of 2017

Includes Motherland, Car Share and W1A, while flops include The Nightly Show.

Euan Ferguson, The Guardian, 10th December 2017

Man Down review

The end of the fourth series of Man Down had plenty to get your teeth into, with chaos, comedy and pathos all thrown in.

Ian Wolf, On The Box, 29th November 2017

TV Review: Motherland and Man Down

This fourth series of Man Down seems to be operating on a system whereby one week is excellent and the next is merely very good. I've told you before how much I love the anarchic, weird Man Down, so let's look at Motherland.

Jane Cassidy, The National (Scotland), 11th November 2017

Greg Davies interview

Greg Davies on why he's piling on the pressure in Man Down -- and why he's still in touch with Taylor Lautner.

Andrew Williams, Metro, 6th November 2017

Man Down, the Greg Davies vehicle, is ultimately funnier, more surreal, more grown-up that Bounty Hunters. It's suddenly struck me that the title (and the titles, which feature Davies as a puppet, having his strings suddenly cut) is double-edged: it's a rejoinder to being told to "man up". Scatological, and scattergun in parts, he's aided by a tremendous cast: filthy, but often filthily funny.

Euan Ferguson, The Guardian, 5th November 2017

Preview - Man Down

Sacked from his latest job, living in an old people's home, humiliating himself in front of his girlfriend's father - things didn't go well for Dan last week.

Ian Wolf, On The Box, 1st November 2017

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