What Time Is Inside No.9 Series 4 On BBC Two Tonight, Who’s In The Cast With Reece Shearsmith And Steve Pemberton And What’s It About?

HOT on the heels of their success with the return of The League of Gentlemen, Reece Shearsmith and Steve Pemberton have returned with Inside No.9.

Here's everything we know about the fourth series of the dark comedy show and its return to BBC Two.

 Hot on the heels of their success with the return of The League of Gentlemen Reece Shearsmith and Steve Pemberton are bringing back Inside No.9>BBC>
Hot on the heels of their success with the return of The League of Gentlemen Reece Shearsmith and Steve Pemberton are bringing back Inside No.9

When is series four of Inside No.9 on TV?

The latest series of the comedy continues tonight (January 16, 2018) on BBC Two at 10pm.

The third episode is titled Once Removed.

A star-studded cast returns to tell the dark tale of a house move courtesy of Handle Me Gently removals.

What is Inside No.9 all about?

The comedy series is the brainchild of League of Gentlemen alumni Reece Shearsmith and Steve Pemberton.

Having worked together closely on many of the League's skits, the two comedians and actors bring their lust for hilarity and horror back to the screen.

With each episode of the show acting as a standalone story, the only theme that runs through the show is that the setting is a place with marked with the number nine.

Since airing in 2014 the show has attracted a strong following and has now run for over three series.

Last year Netflix picked up the rights to show the first two series alongside the BBC's own iPlayer service.

 With each episode of the show acting as a standalone story, the only theme that runs through the show is that the setting is a place with marked with the number nine>BBC>
With each episode of the show acting as a standalone story, the only theme that runs through the show is that the setting is a place with marked with the number nine

Who stars in the show?

Having met at university and found success within the quartet of the League of Gentlemen, the two comedians and writing partners have teamed up yet again for Inside No.9.

Both Reece, 48, and Steve, 50, shot to fame in 1995 as one half of the league, alongside Mark Gatiss and Jeremy Dyson.

Following the League's hiatus the two have pursued solo careers in acting, but have come back together for various projects.

 Having met at university and found success within the quartet of the League of Gentlemen, the two comedians and writing partners have teamed up yet again>John Mather>
Having met at university and found success within the quartet of the League of Gentlemen, the two comedians and writing partners have teamed up yet again
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Another dark comedy outing saw them work on Psychoville together in 2009, airing on BBC Two the show ran for two series and a Halloween special.

Continuing their love of mixing horror and humour they returned to working with one another on Inside No.9 in 2014, which is now returning for a fourth series.

The two write and star in the show, but work with a number of other actors and directors throughout the series.

 

Source : https://www.thesun.co.uk/tvandshowbiz/5251468/inside-no-9-series-4-cast-reece-shearsmith-steve-pemberton-episode-3/

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