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Zone of Champions
ITV,

2019

| Comedy

Comedy clip show, in which a pair of sports commentators (played by John Thomson and Jessica Knappett) narrate home movie footage as if they were sporting events.


Men?

Four great friends, in their thirties, are always talking about women, drinking and boasting about their achievements. But for the first time in their lives, they must face a problem for which they can not find a solution: one of them is impotent. Nothing works: neither the doctor, nor the Viagra, nor the therapy. Now he needs the help of his best friends to try to live with this new condition in his life. "Homens?" is like a male version of Sex and the City where the beautiful clothes and the dream of marrying a prince are set aside. What do men want? What can men do? What is happening to men in the era of toxic masculinity? This is a comedy drama trying to find, if not the answers, at least the way.


Devilish Joy

Devilish Joy is about a genius doctor who has "Cinderella Memory Syndrome" and falls in love with a has-been actress.


Level Up (2019)

Shin Yeon-Hwa is head of game development at Joybuster. She works on a new game, which can satisfy CEO An Dan-Te, but they come into conflict on pretty much everything.


Doctor At Large
ITV,

1971

| Comedy

Following his student misadventures in "Doctor in the House" (1969), Michael Upton (Barry Evans) starts out on an equally fun-filled but disaster-prone solo career. He moves through a variety of jobs in general practice, including one with Dr. Maxwell (Arthur Lowe), before returning to St. Swithin's Hospital as a junior registrar.


Doctor At Sea
ITV,

1974

| Comedy

Doctor at Sea is a British television comedy series based on a set of books by Richard Gordon about the misadventures of Doctors at sea. The series follows directly from its predecessor Doctor in Charge, and was produced by London Weekend Television in 1974. Writers for the Doctor at Sea episodes were Richard Laing, George Layton, Jonathan Lynn, Bernard McKenna, Gail Renard and Phil Redmond.


Kenny Starfighter

Some kids discover that there's something wrong with their school; their teachers are acting weird and the teaching therefore also becomes weird. An intergalactic hero, Kenny Starfighter, crashes his space-bus (very similar to that of Lone Starr in Spaceballs) in their little society and soon, they team up in order to solve the mystery of the school. It turns out that the person behind it all is the evil Dr. Deo (who, as a revenge for having been turned down by the princess of planet Mylta because of his foul smell, wants to build a machine that will transform Mylta into a giant deodorant roll-on ball), the very villain Kenny Starfighter is out to catch. Their quest takes them deep beneath the school and brings them many encounters. And all the time, there's a feeling of mystery over it all.


Neil's Puppet Dreams
YouTube,

2012

| Comedy

Welcome to the brain of one of the sickest puppeteers ever encountered - Neil Patrick Harris.


Saving the Human Race

Matt - a 17 year old zombie apocalypse survivor aide by his Cyborg, Joanesy - is in pursuit of a surviving female to help him repopulate the human race.


The Adam And Joe Show
Channel 4,

1996

| Comedy

The Adam And Joe Show was a sketch series featuring the talents of Adam Buxton and Joe Cornish. As well as starring in the show they also wrote and directed it. The series was filmed in their from their bedsit in Brixton, London.