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Chickens: What The Inbetweeners did next

29 August 2011 4:05 PM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Two of the stars of Britain's most successful film comedy ever have written their own sitcom – and it's a little bit feminist, finds Adrian Lobb

In a claustrophobic top-floor room at Three Mills Studios in east London, a key pub scene is almost ready to shoot on Chickens, a new Channel 4 comedy pilot. "Full rehearsement, everyone," announces Simon Bird, delaying proceedings by a good half a minute until the giggling has subsided. Set in the first world war, Chickens stars and is written by two actors from The Inbetweeners: Bird (the geeky Will) and Joe Thomas (the frequently humiliated Simon), as well as Jonny Sweet, last seen playing David Cameron in More4 spoof When Boris Met Dave. Little do Bird and Thomas know that by the time the show is screened, they will have topped the UK box office with The Inbetweeners Movie, in which the four sex-mad »

- Adrian Lobb

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