Me+You | Me and You Productions NEWS
Me and You Productions award winning production company
Me and You Productions, production company, Sky, channel ,
9
page-template-default,page,page-id-9,cookies-not-set,ajax_fade,page_not_loaded,,qode-title-hidden,qode_grid_1300,footer_responsive_adv,hide_top_bar_on_mobile_header,qode-content-sidebar-responsive,transparent_content,qode-theme-ver-16.7,qode-theme-bridge,wpb-js-composer js-comp-ver-5.5.2,vc_responsive

NEWS

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

Read article.

I Talk Telly: Sick of It Returning to Sky One

Read article.

‘Urban Myths: The Dali and The Cooper’ now available to watch in the US on Showtime

Watch now

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 

Read article

Broadcast: Me + You to tell Ashya King story

Read article

Deadline: Saving Ashya 

‘Long Walk To Freedom’ Director Justin Chadwick Teams With Me+You To Tell Story Of Young Cancer Survivor. Read article

Rapid TV News: Me+You secures rights to Ashya King story 

Read article.

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’ 

Read article.

The Independent: Pilkington and collaborator Richard Yee are to be congratulated on such an original piece of work

Read article.

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

Read article.

The Telegraph: The unflinchingly honest conversations between Inner and Outer Karl’s emotions bring moments of poignancy

Read article.

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.

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…

Read article.

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

Read article 

Radio Times: First look at Karl Pilkington in new Sky comedy Sick of It
The Moaning of Life and Idiot Abroad star is appearing alongside himself in the brand new sitcom  Read article

 

 

 


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.
Read Interview

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

Read article.


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.


Evening Standard: Karl Pilkington: Anyone who meets me is like, ‘you’re not an idiot’

Karl Pilkington is not an idiot. Read Interview 

Guardian: Noel Fielding: ‘Everything Salvador Dalí did was funny’

The comedian stars as one of his heroes, goth-rocker Alice Cooper, in Sky’s latest Urban Myths romp  Read Interview