Philomena Cunk actress Diane Morgan has created a brand new BBC comedy collection, with the likes of Maxine Peake and Michael Spicer already on board to guest-star.
Morgan (additionally of Motherland fame) will write and direct alongside taking part in the title function Mandy, a girl with “huge desires”.
Because the BBC says, “Most of all she desires of breeding Doberman Pinchers. However there are hurdles to beat earlier than that dream can develop into a actuality. Within the collection we’ll see her go on a well being kick, hire out her small again bed room on Airbnb and try a collection of short-lived jobs within the trendy gig financial system.”
Learn on for every little thing it’s good to know concerning the six-part comedy collection Mandy.
When is Mandy on TV?
The unique 2019 pilot will air on Monday third August at 10.30pm on BBC Two, earlier than the brand new episodes begin the next week.
Mandy collection one can be arriving as a field set on Thursday 13th August on BBC iPlayer.
Mandy plot and forged
The collection is based mostly on based mostly on Diane Morgan’s authentic Comedy Quick from 2019, and again in February 2020 it was introduced that the idea could be expanded out to a full comedy collection.
Within the pilot comedy sketch, Mandy can’t afford the couch she has her eye on – so she resorts to some fairly underhand technique of elevating fast money.
Diane Morgan (Motherland, Netflix’s After Life) will play the title function of Mandy, a girl whose dream is to breed Doberman Pinchers.
Morgan’s After Life co-star Michelle Greenidge is set to play Lola – Mandy’s good friend and confidante within the native nail bar. Tom Basden (who performs Matt in After Life) can even guest-star.
The common forged can even embrace Michael Spicer (of Twitter’s “The Room Subsequent Door” fame), Alistair Inexperienced, Emily Dean, Masashi Fujimoto, Akemnji Ndifornyen, Mark Silcox, Jackie Clune, broadcaster Iain Lee, and Tony Method.
Visitor-stars already introduced embrace Maxine Peake (Shameless, Silk), David Bradley (Argus Filch from Harry Potter), Natalie Cassidy (Sonia in EastEnders), and humorist Sean Lock.
There’s no trailer but, however we’ll preserve this web page up to date.
Mandy will begin on BBC Two in August 2020. Should you’re searching for extra to look at, try our TV information.