TV Series Starring Ricky Gervais
After Life centers on Tony, who had a perfect life. But after his wife Lisa suddenly dies, Tony changes. After contemplating taking his own life, he decides instead to live long enough to punish the world by saying and doing whatever he likes from now on. He thinks it's like a Super Power - not caring about himself or anyone else - but it turns out to be tricky when everyone is trying to save the nice guy they used to know.
A US game show hosted by Fred Savage, and features adult contestants and interactions between Ricky Gervais and a group of 5 kids who say the most unpredictable things.
A bittersweet one-off comedy drama about a group of outsiders living on society's margins. Written, directed by and starring Ricky Gervais.
Life's Too Short
Observational comedy starring Warwick Davis and written by Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant.
The Ricky Gervais Show
Based on the series of podcasts that Gervais did with longtime partner Stephen Merchant, this comedy team convenes to bring HBO an animated series about their hilarious friend Karl Pilkington.
Andy Millman has given up his day job to be an actor, but finds he just can't land the big parts. In fact, he's never even had a speaking role, so spends much of his time hanging around on set with fellow extra and best friend, Maggie Jacobs.
The Office (UK)
"Trust, encouragement, reward, loyalty... satisfaction. That's what I am... you know. Trust people and they'll be true to you. Treat them greatly, and they will show themselves to be great." - David Brent. The Office tells a story of a few people working in a British office working hard to not lose their jobs.
Golden Globe Awards
This is probably the only time where television and movie stars come together on one night. The Hollywood Foreign Press gives up the awards to honorable achievements in films and television. The awards for films and television would be divided into a comedy/musical section and a drama section, so they can nominate more films. The Golden Globes usually gives an early indication on who's the favorite to take home Best Picture in the Oscars.