The nine new Comedy Feeds will be available on iPlayer from 20 July, and are now in their third year after two successful runs, which saw BBC Three commissioning full series of People Just Do Nothing, Nick Helm’s Heavy Entertainment and Impractical Jokers.
Shane Allen, Controller of BBC Comedy Commissioning, says: “This exciting range of shows and new talents cement BBC Three’s place as the key place for emerging comedy talent on and off screen. With so many spin-off series springing from these, the Comedy Feeds show serious commitment to finding the next best writers, directors and faces of British comedy.”
The Comedy Feeds include:
Two junior police officers plunge out of their depth when an undercover operation goes wrong. Starring Ashley Walters (Top Boy) and Adam Deacon (Kidulthood, Babylon).
A new manager tries to motivate the staff of a fried chicken shop. Starring Katy Wix, Mandeep Dhillon, Simon Greenall and Imran Yusuf. Written by Jack and Harry Williams (Roman’s Empire, Full English, Bamboo).
Four girls share a flat and get up to no good. Starring Aisling Bea, Cariad Lloyd, Rosamund Hanson and Gwyneth Keyworth. Written by Rachel Hirons (Powder Room).
Surreal sketch show set in an alternative universe populated by puppets. Written by Adam Miller (Mongrels) and Nico Tatarowicz.
Multi-character comedy set over the course of a school parent’s evening, with Kayvan Novak playing all the teachers. Starring Kayvan Novak (pictured, Fonejacker, Cuban Fury). Written by Kayvan Novak.
Two guys share a flat where real life gets confused with a fantasy TV world. Written by and starring Naz Osmanoglu (Live At The Electric) and Tom Rosenthal (Plebs, Friday Night Dinner).
Sitcom based on the stand up of Josh Widdicombe. Starring Josh Widdicombe, Elis James, Beattie Edmondson, Rose Robinson and Jack Dee.
The antics of a group of friends in East London. Starring Jazzie Zonzolo. Written by Jazzie Zonzolo, George Sawyer and Sam Bryant.
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