Sick Note. Image shows from L to R: Daniel Glass (Rupert Grint), Dr Iain Glennis (Nick Frost). Copyright: King Bert Productions.

Sick Note

Sky One sitcom starring Rupert Grint and Nick Frost. 14 episodes (2 series), 2017 - 2018. Stars Rupert Grint, Nick Frost, Pippa Bennett-Warner, Daniel Rigby and others.

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A second series for this sitcom starring Rupert Grint as Daniel, a feckless waster trying to capitalise on his cancer misdiagnosis. As we rejoin him, his tissue of lies comes close to disintegration as an online friend turns up out of the blue. A passable idea but never funny or involving enough to truly convince.

Phil Harrison, The Guardian, 26th July 2018

Comedies nominated in British Screenwriters' Awards

The nominations for the British Screenwriters' Awards 2018 features the writers of Famalam, Timewasters, Derry Girls, Sick Note and Motherland.

British Comedy Guide, 18th July 2018

The final episode of the dark Sky sitcom starring Rupert Grint, and Daniel's fortress of fibs is finally collapsing. With the treatment for his supposed symptoms providing some unexpected side-effects, could the mysterious figures he is experiencing be more than hallucinations? After all, it looks as if our witless Walter White-alike might ultimately be broken by bad news from Officer Hayward. Could finally telling the truth provide any sense of salvation?

Mark Gibbings-Jones, The Guardian, 12th December 2017

The week in TV: Would I Lie to You?; Sick Note

At some points it felt as though Ed Balls had merely exchanged one bear pit for another; at others it bordered on poignant.

Barbara Ellen, The Guardian, 26th November 2017

Sick Note is already showing signs of heart failure

Amazingly, Sick Note has been commissioned for a second series, which will star Lindsay Lohan as the daughter of Daniel's boss. I can't say I have high hopes - she is hardly the sort of actor you want administering the kiss of life to a programme already showing serious signs of heart failure.

Rupert Hawksley, The Telegraph, 7th November 2017

Pippa Bennett-Warner interview

From hopping on board the Tardis alongside Peter Capaldi and Jenna Coleman in 2014, to her current role opposite Rupert Grint in upcoming comedy drama Sick Note, Pippa has not only been seen in a variety of roles, but has also stretched herself across almost every medium imaginable.

Scarlett Sangster, The National Student, 7th November 2017

Pippa Bennett-Warner on the 'darkly funny' Sick Note

Metro.co.uk is shining a spotlight on actors who are set to light up the small screen, and our Ones To Watch series continues with Pippa Bennett-Warner, who you might remember from Doctor Who and racy period drama Harlots. She's headed back over to the dark(ly funny) side in the new series of Sick Note.

Sarah Deen, Metro, 7th November 2017

Are slackers born or made? This show stars Rupert Grint as Dan, a twentysomething malingerer who would prefer to be playing video games than be at work. When he is misdiagnosed by his incompetent doctor (Nick Frost), it could be the shock he needs to reboot his attitude before it's too late. As the plot develops, though, we find that it's difficult for a skiving, kind-of-untrustworthy leopard to change his spots. And yes, weirdly, that is Don Johnson.

John Robinson, The Guardian, 7th November 2017

Rupert Grint interview

The actor returns to the spotlight in black comedy Sick Note, in a role that could hardly be more different from his character Ron Weasley in the Harry Potter films.

James Rampton, The Independent, 6th November 2017

Rupert Grint interview

The actor returns to the spotlight in black comedy Sick Note, in a role that could hardly be more different from his character Ron Weasley in the Harry Potter films.

James Rampton, The Independent, 6th November 2017