Co-writer Jimmy Donny Cosgrove posted on Twitter yesterday: "Today I bought the DVD of my very own TV series #Warren. Sadly, the BBC never bought the second series of my very own TV series #Warren but thems [sic] the breaks."
He added: "Thanks to everyone who watched, supported, and encouraged. Hopefully this isn't the end, but just the beginning."
Overnight ratings saw the Hat Trick-produced comedy launch with 3.8 million viewers, declining from 2.39 to 1.84 million across the successive five episodes. Such figures are relatively strong for a modern comedy, but poor for the sitcom's home channel, BBC One.
The BBC said in a statement today: "Whilst there are no plans for a further series of Warren, we'd like to thank the creators and writers Jimmy Donny Cosgrove and Paul McKenna, plus the entire cast and everyone at Hat Trick for all their hard work and dedication to the show."
Clunes is currently filming a ninth series of ITV comedy drama Doc Martin.
Martin Clunes returns to our screens as another man behaving badly: Warren, a hilariously pedantic driving instructor who thinks the world is against him.
Created and written by writing team Jimmy Donny Cosgrove and Paul McKenna, this original six-part comedy centres around Warren Thompson, who suddenly finds himself in his mid-50s, forced to up sticks from the south to Preston when his partner Anne's (Lisa Millett) father falls ill. Not blessed with patience, empathy, or any kind of paternal instinct whatsoever, cantankerous, blunt and grumpy, he just about tolerates his students, not to mention the two teenage stepsons he never wanted.
To put it delicately, Warren's naturally difficult personality means he's constantly finding himself in sticky situations. Set in his ways, he's happy with a clean house, a neat garden, and a nice cup of tea...but always seems to end up on the verge of absolutely losing it. From neighbourly disputes to vendettas in both his personal and professional life, this uniquely British, crabby comedy hero will have you clutching your sides and clutching your pearls in equal measure.
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