Radio Times: When is Channel 4 Film Kirsty Starring Samantha Morton on TV?
The emotionally-charged film is part of a female-led anthology series starring Humans’ Gemma Chan and Vicky McClure. Read article.
Digital Spy: Karl Pilkington’s Sick of It is returning to Sky One for a second series
I Talk Telly: Sick of It Returning to Sky One
‘Urban Myths: The Dali and The Cooper’ now available to watch in the US on Showtime
Royal Television Society: RTS Craft & Design Awards 2018 Winners Announced
Vanessa White wins Make Up and Hair Design for Me + You Productions’ ‘The Dali and The Cooper.’ Read article.
Royal Television Society: Nominations for RTS Craft & Design Awards 2018
Vanessa White nominated for her work on Urban Myths, ‘The Dali and The Cooper.’ Read article
The Sun: Ashya King’s desperate fight for life to be made into three-part TV show
The incredible story of Ashya King’s fight for life is set to be told for the first time in a gripping three-part drama. Read article
Worldscreen: Me + You Productions to Explore the Story of Ashya King
Broadcast: Me + You to tell Ashya King story
Rapid TV News: Me+You secures rights to Ashya King story
C21 Media: Me + You explores Saving Ashya
UK-based Me+You Productions is developing a three-part fact-based drama about the story of Ashya King. Read article
Radio Times: Vicky McClure, Gemma Chan and Samantha Morton to star in trio of “emotionally raw” TV films
Dominic Savage’s trilogy of films will air on Channel 4 in 2019. Read article.
Deadline: ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ Gemma Chan To Star In Dominic Savage-Penned Anthology Series For UK’s Channel 4
Chan will appear in the three-part series, as will Minority Report’s Samantha Morton and This Is England and Line of Duty star Vicky McClure. Read article.
Channel 4: C4 Commissions Drama Anthology Series by Dominic Savage
From writer-director Dominic Savage and starring a trio of Britain’s leading female actors. Read article.
Deadline: WME to Represent Me + You Productions
‘Sick of It’ Producer Eyes Scripted U.S Push. Read article.
The Sunday Times: ‘Sharp comic riffs’…’Echoes of Larry David’….’Existential version of Sorry’
The Independent: Pilkington and collaborator Richard Yee are to be congratulated on such an original piece of work
The Times: A Life in the Day: the writer and actor Karl Pilkington on Ricky Gervais, “getting a sweat on” and his brush with rumpology
Pilkington has written and stars in a new sitcom, Sick of It. Read article.
i News: Karl Pilkington on Sick of It: ‘There’s not much acting going on.”
He wanted to quit but Ricky Gervais’s side-kick has now written his own sitcom, Sick of It, about loneliness and depression. Read article.
Digital Spy: Sick of It is the most satisfying and genuinely profound show, of any genre, this year
The round-headed buffoon is, in fact, profound. Read article.
The Guardian: Melancholic meditation…Sick of It proves him more savant that idiot and perhaps that is the Pilkington we need today
The Telegraph: The unflinchingly honest conversations between Inner and Outer Karl’s emotions bring moments of poignancy
Drama Quarterly: ‘Melancholic, sweet and emotional’
Karl Pilkington and director Richard Yee, Pilkington’s fellow co-writer and co-creator, reveal all to DQ. Read article.
The Culture Trip: Reluctant Londoner, Traveller and Actor Karl Pilkington Is Sick of It
Karl Pilkington is trying something completely different with Sick of It. Read article.
I Talk Telly: The quality of writing in Sick of It is to be admired and range of emotions felt as a viewer is rare for comedy
Pilkington’s never starred in his own scripted comedy, until now…
Broadcast: Sick of It, Sky 1
In his first scripted role, Karl Pilkington proved his acting chops by playing the main character and his alter ego, says Richard Yee
Digital Spy: Karl Pilkington reveals why he came out of retirement – and why he’s ditched travel shows for a sitcom
He’s back… and he’s Sick of It.
The List: Pilkington captures a real sense of sadness and exasperation and grows as an actor and character with each episode
Pilkington wrestles with his inner voice
Ready Steady Cut: The secret weapon of Sick of It is an incredibly earnest centre; a melancholic emotional heart that tinges the laughs with a kind of sadness, or at least a sobering reality
Chortle: ‘Maybe if I was checked out, someone would say I was mental.’
Karl Pilkington on his new Sky comedy Sick of It. Read interview here.