Moving Wallpaper. Image shows from L to R: Jonathan Pope (Ben Miller), Sam Phillips (Lucy Liemann). Copyright: Kudos Productions.

Moving Wallpaper

ITV sitcom / comedy drama about making TV. 18 episodes (2 series), 2008 - 2009. Stars Ben Miller, Lucy Liemann, James Lance, Dave Lamb and others.

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Extras. Image shows from L to R: Maggie Jacobs (Ashley Jensen), Andy Milman (Ricky Gervais), Darren Lamb (Stephen Merchant).

Extras

Andy Milman is a TV and film extra who dreams of stardom and that elusive big break.

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Drop The Dead Donkey. Image shows from L to R: Henry Davenport (David Swift), George Dent (Jeff Rawle), Helen Cooper (Ingrid Lacey), Sally Smedley (Victoria Wicks), Damien Day (Stephen Tompkinson), Gus Hedges (Robert Duncan), Joy Merryweather (Susannah Doyle), Damien Day (Stephen Tompkinson). Copyright: Hat Trick Productions.

Drop The Dead Donkey

Sitcom set at GlobeLink News, a TV news station which is ordered to start taking a sensationalist stance to the news by its new owner.

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Nathan Barley. Nathan Barley (Nicholas Burns). Copyright: TalkbackThames.

Nathan Barley

Comedy series which mercilessly parodies the lifestyles of young London media types.

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Ready When You Are, Mr. McGill.

Ready When You Are, Mr. McGill

Remake of Jack Rosenthal's classic comedy about the making of a doomed TV drama. Film extra Joe McGill is thrilled when he is given a line to speak.

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Dr. Willoughby. Image shows from L to R: Emma Goodliffe (Isobel Middleton), Ralph Whatman (Brian Protheroe), Donna Sinclair (Joanna Lumley), Steve Lipton (Ian Puleston-Davies). Copyright: WitzEnd Productions.

Dr. Willoughby

Sitcom set behind-the-scenes on a third-rate daytime medical soap opera with a neurotic, insecure and egotistical star.

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Episodes. Image shows from L to R: Beverly Lincoln (Tamsin Greig), Matt LeBlanc (Matt LeBlanc), Sean Lincoln (Stephen Mangan). Copyright: Hat Trick Productions / BBC.

Episodes

Anglo-American sitcom about a British couple who try to recreate their UK sitcom hit for American audiences with disastrous results.

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