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BBC America has ordered their first original comedy series -- Almost Royal. The sitcom will revolve around two young British aristocrats -- Georgie (Ed Gamble) and Poppy Carlton (Amy Hoggart) -- who are visiting the United States for the first time. There will be seven episodes.
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BBC America Commissions First Original Comedy Series "Almost Royal"
New York - March 25, 2014 - BBC America has commissioned its first original comedy series Almost Royal, a tale of two young British aristocrats on their first trip to the United States - interacting with real-life Americans. The (7x30) series is produced by Burning Bright Productions with Clive Tulloh (Eddie Izzard: Marathon Man, The Dame Edna Treatment, High Spirits with Shirley Ghostman) as executive producer and Seamus Murphy-Mitchell (Bug, Friday Night with Jonathan Ross) as series producer. Almost Royal premieres Saturday, »
BBC America is taking its first step into original comedy series with “Almost Royal.” It will premiere on Saturday, June 21 at 10/9c after the “Orphan Black” Season 2 finale. The series will follow two young British aristocrats, played by stand-up comedian Ed Gamble and newcomer Amy Hoggart, on their first trip to the United States, in which they'll interact with real-life Americans. Also read: BBC America Announces Premiere Dates, John Simm Casting for ‘Intruders’ Clive Tulloh (“Eddie Izzard: Marathon Man,” “The Dame Edna Treatment”) will serve as executive producer with Seamus Murphy-Mitchell (“Bug,” “Friday Night with Jonathan Ross”) as series producer. »
- Jethro Nededog
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