A misogynistic masked killer prepares for the routine slaying of his 27th victim, Anna, in the comfort of his own home. As Anna struggles to break out of the role the killer has chosen for ... See full summary »
Comedy sketch show set in the fictional Scottish town of Burnistoun near Glasgow. The show follows the exploits of characters such as an aspiring girl band and a serial killer who is unhappy at his portrayal in the local media.
I don't know what the previous reviewer was talking about. This is the funniest Scottish show since Chewin the Fat ended. It's nothing like Max and Paddy - it's funny for a start! The last episode in particular was a scream. For what it's worth, my friends and I used to delay going out on a Friday night until we'd watched it. It's crammed full of jokes, but it's got a lot of meaningful stuff too. Lovely stuff about responsible parenting. As with any new sitcom, it takes a bit of time to warm to the characters, but by the time episode 3 came around, i was rooting for Fox, hoping he'd get back with his family. I genuinely believe that Legit has the potential to run and run for years, and it's so refreshing to see a Scottish sitcom that has non-Glaswegian voices. I have fingers crossed for a second series.
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