Next week on TOS, Andrew exclusively reveals that there’s no Father Christmas.
The convention is over. Now, what the fuck was THAT all about?
Pre-production: October 2011. Shooting: November-January. Broadcast: September/October 2012. Studio audience preferred. 6 x 30 minute episodes, to fit in a 40+ minute slot. And yes, Dave are calling it Series X.
And the quote marks around “confirmed”? Simply that the cast haven’t signed on yet. But nobody appears to be too worried that they will. At the moment, anyway.
The worst-kept secret in showbusiness? Quite possibly. But make no mistake: it starts here, folks…
Hmm. Doug Naylor has just tweeted this:
An early Xmas present which I can’t open until January. What a beautiful day Dwarfers!!!
This either refers to some sort of time-locked tin of Quality Street, or we might expect a big announcement in the new year. Either way, have a wonderful Christmas, and try not to get attacked by the pan-dimensional liquid beast from the Mogadon Cluster.
Because turning Bobby Llew’s Tweets into hastily written news items is *so* 2009.
Yes, I could have just amended the existing post, but where’s the fun in that? We’ve got NEWS, people, let’s have a RUN of posts about it. So, Chris Barrie has said stuff in an interview, and just this very evening we’ve had a bit more in the way of some updates from the ever-reliable Bobby Llew Twitter :
Craig Charles. The radio. Thursday night/Friday morning (sorry for being a bit slow on the uptake!) After the jump for a transcript stolen from Somebody and an audio clip.
A: Fuck knows, but it doesn’t hurt to pick up on unfounded rumours, does it?