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Donnerstag, 21. Januar 2016, 11:48

Phil in "Inside No. 9"

DI-Bolly-Keks/TRA hat diese Info gefunden:

http://www.radiotimes.com/news/2016-01-2…-of-inside-no-9


Keeley Hawes and Jessica Raine to star in the new series of Inside No. 9

The stars join a roster of big names for the return of the Reece Shearsmith and Steve Pemberton comedy

by Ben Dowell
Wednesday 20 January 2016 at 6:00AM

The third series of BBC2 comedy Inside No. 9 has begun filming with a stellar line up including Keeley Hawes, Jessica Raine, Felicity Kendal and Tamzin Outhwaite.

The creepy comedy will once again bring standalone stories set in an array of locations – all of which are (in whatever way) connected with the number 9. In the upcoming series these will include a restaurant after closing time, an art gallery, and an alpine chalet in 1978.

Other confirmed stars for the series are Fiona Shaw (The Harry Potter films, True Blood); Jason Watkins (W1A, The Lost Honour of Christopher Jefferies); Mathew Baynton (The Wrong Mans); Rula Lenska (Coronation Street, Gypo); Philip Glenister (Life On Mars); Sarah Hadland (Miranda); Javone Prince (The Javone Prince Show); Montserrat Lombard (Ashes to Ashes); Morgana Robinson (The Morgana Show, House of Fools) and Alexandra Roach (The Iron Lady).

The BBC won't reveal at this stage what stories the new co-stars will be appearing in.

The settings for the last series included a sleeper carriage on a train (see above) and a 17th century witch trial.

“This is British comedy at its most inventive – the powers of story-telling, superb cameo casting and jaw-dropping originality are unparalleled," said BBC controller of comedy commissioning Shane Allen. "Modern day classics which surprise, terrify and delight in equal measure.”

Reece and Steve added: “We are most thrilled to have been handed the keys to another six No. 9s, and to have attracted such a glittering array of talent. We have reassured them that this time there are lots of happy endings and everybody makes it out alive. And like fools, they believed us.”


Jessie
"Don't be such a jessie!" (Gene Hunt)