Posted on August 1, 2006 | |
David Walliams and Matt Lucas have approached Simon Fuller, one of the creators of Pop Idol. Do they want to sing? Do they want to dance? Stranger still, it seems, according to Variety, that the dynamic comedy duo may want to create a version of Little Britain for HBO in the US.
Variety doesn't mention what form this show might take. Little America? Little Britain with subtitles to explain the jokes and help out with the accents?
Posted on July 31, 2006 | |
Following up on Scott's article at The Stage's TV Today blog, the Sunday Mail (not be confused with the Mail on Sunday) has an interview with a certain British actor on his involvement in season three of Lost. Brace yourself for massive spoilers, whether you've seen all of season two or not.
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Posted on July 28, 2006 | |
The Media Guardian reports that Sir Alan's in-depth televised quests for new office workers may only stretch to one more series. Turns out Sir Alan wants a greater say in which candidates he gets to pick from - understandable, since he eventually has to employ one of them - while the production company wants candidates that will make great television. Unless that particular conflict is sorted out, Sir Alan is going to have to resort Monster.com in the future.