As the last few feet of the rollercoaster of tone that No. 9 has taken us on this series, Seance Time is played for unsettlement and all-out horror, while remaining the subversive, tricksy show it’s proved itself to be. Who says you can’t have your cake and eat it?
There are shows that can’t render in twelve hours what this pair can do in thirty minutes; chiefly drawing miserable sympathy for characters that ten minutes ago, you wanted to murder with your bare hands.
A striking episode, by turns hilarious, unpredictable and savage, Cold Comfort shows us why we can never get comfortable Inside No. 9.
There’s no messing inside this week’s No. 9; the gags come thick and fast as we’re dropped into a barn in puritanical England for this week’s installment the offbeat comedy series.
People used to use fridge magnets to curate collections of rhetorical nonsense. Now they use Pinterest, but the nature of the sunset-backed, self-enabling idiom remains the same. Life is about the journey, they say, not the destination. In the case of portmanteaux comedy series Inside No.9 however, they might have a point. From the pens of […]
After a critically-acclaimed first series, offbeat portmanteaux comedy Inside No. 9 is back to peer behind the doors of six new No. 9s.
Over the past six weeks, viewers of Inside No 9 have been treated to scenes you’d be forgiven for thinking you’d never find on the BBC, let alone in a prime-slot comedy series.
The penultimate episode of Inside No 9 sees a return to the gloomier corners of Steve Pemberton and Reece Shearsmith’s world, as we are dropped into a dingy West End dressing room, where a production of Macbeth is in full swing.