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Tracey Ullman's Show

BBC One sketch show starring Tracey Ullman. 12 episodes (2 series), 2016 - 2017. Stars Tracey Ullman, Tony Gardner, Elizabeth Berrington, Daniel Lawrence Taylor and others.

Press Clippings

Britcoms sold around the world

International deals for Peep Show, Detectorists, Plebs and more.

Chortle, 6th September 2018

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

Tracey Breaks The News to return for three-part series

BBC One has ordered a three-part series of Tracey Ullman's satirical sketch show Tracey Breaks The News.

British Comedy Guide, 13th September 2017

BBC One orders political Tracey Ullman's Show special

BBC One has ordered Tracey Breaks The News, a special topical episode of Tracey Ullman's Show which will focus on the aftermath of the general election.

British Comedy Guide, 26th May 2017

Tracey Ullman interview

The actor and comedian on marriage, children, and the records she should never have made.

Rosanna Greenstreet, The Guardian, 25th March 2017

TV humour is lewd, lavatorial & lacking any form of wit

The problem, however, is bigger than just one show. For the abject and high-profile failure of The Nightly Show raises a disturbing question. What has happened to British comedy? The sheer unfunniness of much of it is beyond depressing.

Christopher Hart, Daily Mail, 18th March 2017

Writing a 'viral' hit for Tracey Ullman's Show

The last week has been very interesting for me. A sketch I wrote for Tracey Ullman's Show on BBC One has been viewed over 25 million times on Facebook and has had an article written about it in the New York Times.

Gemma Arrowsmith, BBC Worldwide, 17th March 2017

Tracey Ullman shows ridiculousness of sexism

With 14 million views and counting on Facebook, the video has clearly resonated with audiences.

The New York Times, 13th March 2017

Preview: Tracey Ullman's Show

It was a bit of a surprise to see Tracey Ullman back on British TV with her own show after so many years in the US and this series has had its moments with some superbly iconoclastic send ups including Dame Maggie Smith, German Chancellor Angela Merkel.

Gareth Hargreaves, On The Box, 3rd March 2017

Although as mixed as you'd expect from a sketch show, Tracey Ullman's return to UK screens for her second series has been better than cynics might have expected. Her character acting makes up for some occasionally off-beam sketches. Tonight, we see her star in the world's worst show 30 Years In A Morgue, her Camilla Parker-Bowles does a spot of babysitting while her uncanny Judi Dench is bored at an awards ceremony.

David Stubbs, The Guardian, 3rd March 2017