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> Staged, BBC1 Michael Christopher Sheen & David John Tennant
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post Jun 11 2020, 08:02 PM
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Another hurriedly put-together show featuring Michael Sheen and David Tennant playing themselves in lockdown. In theory, they are rehearsing a play over Zoom but it is mostly about banter between the two. The first two episodes (15 minutes each) were on last night and it continues next week.
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post Jun 13 2020, 10:24 AM
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All episodes are on iPlayer as well! I've seen the first three so far and really enjoyed them - particularly the self-depreciating nature and the caricatures of everyone involved! I like that it's also not just the Zoom calls but there's also the scenes between David & Georgia. A great surprise star in episode 3 I must say!!
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post Jun 13 2020, 02:06 PM
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Seeing Michael Sheen and David Tennant together is enough to get me hooked, they were amazing in Good Omens (it does feel quite weird hearing their regional accents when I'm so used to their Queen's English ones though laugh.gif)
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post Jun 26 2020, 10:47 AM
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I saw the last two episodes yesterday and they were brilliant. The whole thing has been very entertaining. The fact that Tennant and Sheen were playing themselves and were known to be good mates just made the scenes when they were bickering even funnier. I wish, though, they'd avoided listing Judi Dench ine opening credits of the final episode rather than letting it be a surprise as with Samuel L Jackson.
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