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.

Press Clippings

'Threesome' helps Comedy Central UK to best year

The success of shows such as original British comedy Threesome and new US imports such as Anger Management helped the channel increase its viewing figures by 19% year-on-year.

Alex Fletcher, Digital Spy, 4th January 2013

Threesome wins Montreux Comedy Festival

Threesome, Comedy Central's sitcom about an unconventional ménage a trois that results in trois becoming quatre, has only gone and won Best Sitcom at the Montreux Comedy Festival.

Comedy Central, 9th December 2012

Amy Huberman's husband got into Threesome mix-up

Amy Huberman - sexy star of hit comedy Threesome - says her rugby player husband got a right ribbing about her saucy show.

The Sun, 8th October 2012

Threesome review: Series 2, episode 1

Threesome, everyone's favourite Ménage à trois-based comedy is back, with a whole sack of one-liners, a bed-full (three, appropriately) of top class guest stars in the shape of Bill Bailey, Robert Webb and Joe Thomas, and a first episode that delivers laughs, even if it did leave the plot and characterisation at the sorting office.

Alastair Lewis, On The Box, 2nd October 2012

Writer Tom MacRae interview

Tom MacRae's sitcom Threesome returns to Comedy Central this autumn for a second series. CultBox caught up with Tom for a chat to find out more...

Rob Smedley, Cult Box, 15th September 2012

Comedy Central orders Threesome Series 2

Comedy Central has ordered a second series of Threesome, its first home-grown sitcom.

British Comedy Guide, 7th February 2012

Threesome cast have best chemisty

Threesome stars Amy Huberman, Emun Elliott and Stephen Wight officially have the best cast chemistry according to iTunes.

Comedy Central, 14th December 2011

Threesome review: Comedy Central's new trio

It works at a frenetic pace, absolutely smothered in humour that's, by turns, bad taste or filthiness misplaced. Something doesn't sit well by the time the credits roll, as you realise you've spent most of the preceding time either wincing, rolling your eyes or wondering how they thought it might actually work. Or maybe it's hilariously funny, and you're just being a prude. It's sometimes hard to tell.

Liam Tucker, TV Pixie, 18th October 2011

Threesome review: The magic number?

This is a sitcom with potential and as long as it avoids the trappings of most comedy pregnancies (see season 8 of Friends) then I might just watch the rest of the series.

Liam Murphy, On The Box, 18th October 2011

Threesome played like a dodgy Jennifer Aniston romcom

Threesome goes slightly over-the-top with wackiness and acting, causing some of the best lines of the script to vanish at times.

Keith Watson, Metro, 18th October 2011