Threesome. Image shows from L to R: Mitch (Stephen Wight), Alice (Amy Huberman), Richie (Emun Elliott). Copyright: Big Talk Productions.

Threesome

Comedy Central sitcom about three friends. 14 episodes (2 series), 2011 - 2012. Stars Amy Huberman, Stephen Wight and Emun Elliott.

Threesome. Image shows from L to R: Richie (Emun Elliott), Alice (Amy Huberman), Mitch (Stephen Wight). Copyright: Big Talk Productions.

Threesome

Sitcom about three inseparable friends who end up raising a baby together

Genre
Sitcom
Broadcast
2011 - 2012
Channel
Comedy Central
Episodes
14   (2 series)
Starring
Amy Huberman, Stephen Wight and Emun Elliott
Writers
Tom MacRae and Tom Edge
Director
Ian FitzGibbon
Producers
Luke Alkin, John Rushton, Sam Ward, Kenton Allen, Simon Curtis, Pete Thornton and Sarah Farrell

The first narrative comedy series commission from Comedy Central UK.

Threesome revolves about three inseparable friends on the verge of turning thirty - Alice, her boyfriend Mitch, and their gay best mate Richie. The trio live together and after one particularly big night out, they have an unplanned threesome - which results in Alice getting pregnant. Rather than splitting up, they decide to raise their baby together.

Soon it's all ante-natal classes, baby showers and herbal tea. But it's still possible to have fun when you're a grown up... isn't it?

True, there are certain advantages to raising a baby in a threesome, such as: with three pairs of hands someone can always be taking a break. The disadvantages of raising a baby in a threesome are that, well, this is their threesome, and you can take the threesome out of the party, but you can't take the party out of the threesome.

Alice, Mitch and Richie's take on parenthood is somewhat... unique.

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