TRIALS OF PARENTHOOD
If you are short on TV comedies to watch now that almost all network sitcoms have ended their seasons and the new ones probably won't be coming
till January, here are two British comedies you might enjoy. Martin Freeman's BREEDERS which had ten episodes has just been ordered for second season by Sky and FX which airs it in America (episodes were also available on Hulu the next day). The parental comedy stars Freeman and Daisy Haggard as partners and parents, trying to look after their two small children Luke, played by George Wakeman, and Ava, played by Jayda Eyles. The series brings a comedic look at the trials and tribulations of parenthood. The parents will now be faced with new family traumas in the
second season. Comedy veteran Michael McKean also guest starred as Freeman's father in law in the series. Check out the trailer below:
|Breeders aired on Sky and FX and Hulu|
|Martin Freeman also produced the comedy beside toplining it|
'MISTER WINNER' COMEDY
WILL LESLIE BE A WINNER?
A series which had just six episodes in the first season but left behind it a treasure throw of hilarious gags that you've probably seen on all social networks, is MISTER WINNER which aired this year on BBC. This new
farcical comedy follows the ironically named Leslie Winner (Spencer Jones), a well-meaning optimist who frequently finds himself in the midst of chaos, through a combination of silly decisions and tough luck. However, the pressure is on now for Leslie to finally pull himself together, as he prepares for
his wedding to beloved fiancé Jemma and attempts to win over his sceptical father-in-law to be. The official synopsis poses the question, by the end of the series "will Leslie be a winner or will his surname continue to be ironic?"
|Mister Winner is a new sitcom from British BBC|
|The first season had just six episodes|