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Performed in a restaurant among the diners, The Sitcom Experience is a spectacular tribute to the iconic British sitcom.
Despite an appetite for the show to return, he says the Beeb might balk at the cash, adding, "It was the last sitcom they spent money on."
The way Dee has been treated is hardly likely to persuade other comedy stars - and their agents - to abandon lucrative arena tours and panel show appearances to slog their guts out instead on a sitcom no one wants.
Some Corrie fans believed that it was the brand new set that was fake, not the sitcom,reports Mirror Online.
So, who would have thought the sitcom could bridge the process of growing up, now that Lee and Lucy are married and live in the suburbs with three kids?
The broadcaster is also known for its classic sitcoms. The Lovers, Nearest and Dearest and The Cuckoo Waltz are all some of Granada TV's most wellknown and fondly remembered programmes.
Following its cancellation, fans of Allen and the sitcom started online petitions in an attempt to get ABC to consider saving it.
On Sunday, the BBC's "landmark sitcom series" airs, with remakes of Are You Being Served?, Porridge and Steptoe and Son.
The show, which has won the Cardiff heat of the Sitcom Trials in both 2015 and 2016, is set in Cardiff and exists in a world where more people believe in ghosts than do not.
ANOTHER one of my childhood heroes has died: Stephen Lewis, who played Blakey the inspector in sitcom On The Buses.
Twin Cities, MN, June 23, 2015 --(PR.com)-- Are you a closet Sitcom writer in a 9-5 job, a college kid with a cool idea, a mom with a knack for writing killer dialogue, or maybe even a professional writer looking for a break?