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That’s thanks to Bob Mortimer and Paul Whitehouse’s natural chemistry as two long-time friends, both of whom have been forced to contemplate their mortality in recent years due to serious heart problems.
It’s fishing, yes, but it’s also chat, and silliness, and genuine human warmth.
A second series was quickly commissioned, and will see lead Eve Myles back as lawyer Faith Howells in her yellow anorak dealing with another crime mystery.
The new episodes are currently available to stream on BBC i Player.
Channel 4 has ordered a second run of Simon Blackwell’s excellent sitcom Back, the first series of which aired in autumn 2017.
You've watched all the TV there is and have a completely blank TV-watching slate for the months ahead. An endless vista of nothing but open space just waiting to be tidily filled in with precisely the correct number of hours of viewing that won't overwhelm you or give you stomach ulcers due to the fear that life is passing you by and you haven't even started To be helpful then, in addition to these exciting-looking new British dramas, and this little lot of similarly exciting-looking US commissions, here are the returning British TV shows that you no doubt watched in full last time around.
The time jump will see Matt Smith replaced by Tobias Menzies as Prince Philip and Helena Bonham-Carter taking the reins from Vanessa Kirby as Princess Anne, and Gillian Anderson playing Margaret Thatcher. Watch The Crown on Netflix Lisa Mc Gee’s 90s-set Northern Irish comedy is set to return for a third series about the lives of secondary school students Erin, Orla, Clare, Michelle and James.
Watch Marcella on Now TV Starring James Norton as the conflicted British son of a Russian mob boss, Mc Mafia was BBC One’s big, glamorous New Year drama for 2018, following in the footsteps of The Night Manager.
Playwright Jez Butterworth and showrunner James Richardson brought their trippy vision of warring Celts, mystical druids and invading Romans to Sky Atlantic in January 2018, and were quickly rewarded by a second series renewal.
Filming on the historical drama kicked off in July 2018 and the new series is expected to land early this year, welcoming back David Morrissey, Mackenzie Crook and co. Watch Britannia on Now TV Olivia Colman takes over from Clare Foy as HRH Elizabeth II in The Crown series three.
Watch Keeping Faith on Amazon ITV rewarded this Jack and Harry Williams psychological thriller starring Downton Abbey’s Joanne Froggatt and Horatio Hornblower’s Ioan Gruffudd with a second series renewal in 2018. Watch Liar on NOW TV Series five of Jed Mercurio's hugely successful crime thriller concluded in May this year, and with series six already ordered, fans won't be left bereft.
They may though, be left waiting, especially if the rumoured talks about another outing for Mercurio's stars Vicky Mc Clure, Martin Compston and Adrian Dunbar as bent-copper-hunters AC-12, with each series welcoming a high-profile guest - previous series have welcomed Stephen Graham, Thandie Newton and Keeley Hawes.