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Red Dwarf. Image shows from L to R: Cat (Danny John-Jules), Rimmer (Chris Barrie), Lister (Craig Charles), Kryten (Robert Llewellyn). Copyright: UKTV.

Red Dwarf

Dave and BBC Two sitcom set on a space ship. 73 episodes (12 series), 1988 - 2017. Stars Chris Barrie, Craig Charles, Danny John-Jules, Robert Llewellyn and others.

Another series is in development.

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Review: Red Dwarf XII

Was this the best batch of episodes since 1993?

Dan Owen, Dan's Media Digest, 17th November 2017

Red Dwarf XII episode 6 review

This series finale full of nods to the past is sure to please the long-term fans, but overall it's more than simple fan service because there are plenty of new ideas in the mix too.

Sophie Davis, Cult Box, 16th November 2017

Red Dwarf XII - Skipper review

Some very familiar faces make a welcome return in the final episode in the current series.

Ian Wolf, On The Box, 16th November 2017

Last in the series of the revived sitcom. Although it's filmed before what sounds like the most easily amused audience ever assembled for a TV programme, there's some clever business tonight enabling us to see one or two old faces. There are shades of Bedazzled as Rimmer has managed to acquire a machine enabling him to make quantum leaps into alternative universes and alternative lives he could have lived. However, there are snags ...

David Stubbs, The Guardian, 16th November 2017

Review: Red Dwarf XII, Skipper, Dave/UKTV Play

Twelve series on and the greatest sci-fi sitcom of all time still clearly has legs.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 11th November 2017

Red Dwarf to become live stage show

Red Dwarf writer Doug Naylor has said that the team are provisionally planning a live show for the O2 Arena. He also revealed that planning work has begun on Series 13 of the sci-fi sitcom.

British Comedy Guide, 10th November 2017

Will there be a Red Dwarf XIII?

Doug Naylor told Express.co.uk in an exclusive interview: "We're on a bit of a roll at the moment which is great. The ratings are great, the boys had a really great time making it, want to do more." Although the show has not yet officially been recommissioned by the broadcaster, the 61-year-old went on to say of the next season: "Certainly, yes, I think everyone wants to do it including UKTV. Everyone had a blast doing the last 12."

The Daily Express, 10th November 2017

Red Dwarf - Skipper review

What an odd episode. A very funny one, and was a loving gift to longterm fans. But there's not really a storyline to talk of.

Dave Golder, Mym Buzz, 9th November 2017

Red Dwarf XII episode 6 review: Skipper

Here's our review of Red Dwarf XII's funny, fan-pleasing finale, available now to stream on UKTV Play.

Mark Harrison, Den Of Geek, 9th November 2017

Red Dwarf XII episode 5 review: M-Corp

An interesting idea is well executed, and it also avoids the fairly common Red Dwarf pitfall of feeling rushed.

Sophie Davies, Cult Box, 9th November 2017

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