PEEP SHOW SERIES 9
Channel 4, Wednesdays 10pm
Sam Bain and Jesse Armstrong’s (Fresh Meat, Four Lions) multi award-winning comedy Peep Show is back on Channel 4 for its ninth and final series.
David Mitchell and Robert Webb are heading back to Croydon to tackle the ever more complicated and chaotic lives of Mark and Jez as they fumble their way through their friendship.
Last time we saw Mark and Jeremy they were abandoned and mildly electrocuted in a field, spurned by Dobby’s rejection of their declarations of love in favour of a new life in New York… it looked as though it could be the end of the El Dude Brothers.
Now approaching 40, with emotional scars still smarting and an impending wedding on the horizon, it seems that things might take an interesting turn for the pair.
HONEY I BOUGHT THE HOUSE
Watch, Mondays 9pm
Honey I Bought The House is a nail-biting approach to the reality of buying a first home, which sees couples given a £15,000 deposit to help get them on the property ladder. But there’s a catch! The life changing decision, which normally needs to factor both people’s taste and expectations, is handled entirely by only one member of the couple.
With just three weeks, and no contact with their partner, they have to secure a property or they lose the money. The hunt is on for the perfect home but will their partner be thrilled with their new property and sign the mortgage papers, or risk losing that precious deposit?
The 2015 British Academy Scotland Awards winners were revealed last night, Sunday 15th November. Objective Scotland’s two-part Channel 4 series It Was Alright in the 70s, which went out in November 2014 and looked at the TV during the decade that taste forgot, was named the Best Features/Factual Entertainment Show. The award, presented by historian [...]
Objective are bolstering their scripted comedy development team, it has been announced. Joe McVey will be joining the newly created Comedy Label later in November as Development Executive. Joe has spent the last 15 years working across entertainment and comedy in development and production roles for, amongst others Tiger Aspect, Roughcut and Monkey Kingdom. He joins the [...]
Following the huge success of the pilot, Roisin Conaty’s self-penned sitcom GameFace has been commissioned to series by E4. Conaty plays Marcella a character with a distinct comic voice and original world view, who despite being ever optimistic can’t quite get her life on track. Receiving critical acclaim, the pilot episode, which aired in April 2014, introduced [...]
Objective Productions won two national Reality TV Awards at a ceremony held at Porchester Hall in London last night, 30th September 2015. Beating 14 other shows Objective Scotland’s BBC Three series Killer Magic took home the Best Reality Non-Competition Award. Over 2.5 million TV fans took part in submitting nominations for all of this year’s [...]
Deborah Sargeant has been appointed Chief Creative Officer of Objective’s newly created factual entertainment label. Deborah will lead a bespoke development team from January at the multi-award winning independent production company. Taking on its factual entertainment slate, which most recently has included the likes of It Was Alright in the… for Channel 4, Killer Magic [...]
Following the appointment of Chief Executive Officer, Layla Smith, and Stuart Duthie taking on the role of Managing Director, Objective Productions will be implementing a creative restructure. Over the coming months the All3 Media Company will create three separate labels under the Objective Group umbrella, focusing on key genres which are synonymous with the Company [...]
Objective Productions has received two nominations for this year’s National Reality TV Awards. Killer Magic has been nominated for Best Reality Non-Competition Show, and Objective up for Best Production Company. Over 2.5 million TV fans took part in submitting nominations for all of this year’s categories and voting is now live here www.nationalrealitytvawards.org. Deadline for voting [...]