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How Not to Live Your Life's Dan Clark: 'I'd bring the show back'

2 December 2014 10:40 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

How Not to Live Your Life could return in the future, according to creator Dan Clark.

The comedian, who played Don Danbury in the BBC Three sitcom, has said that although he wouldn't pursue a resurrection of the show, he would be interested if a channel approached him.

Speaking to Digital Spy, Clark said of bringing the show back: "If for some reason the BBC or Channel 4, whatever, said, 'We'd love to do it', then I probably would. You should never say never.

"I was actually quite happy with the way the show ended," he added. "I felt like we gave it a good send off. I would have liked to have done more series, but I was also glad that we ended on a high because I thought it definitely ended in a good place."

Clark also said that he wanted to move away from the character of Don after the show concluded. »

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Julia Davis bringing breakfast TV spoof to Channel 4

11 November 2014 10:38 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Julia Davis returns to Channel 4 in 2015 with a new comedy series spoofing breakfast television.

Davis will star as daytime TV icon Gail Sinclair, who suddenly finds her career and TV ratings on the slide.

The press release reveals: "After eight glorious years of high ratings and winning awards, things begin to go wrong for Sinclair when the programme begins to lose viewers and tensions break out within the production team."

The six-episode series is written by Davis and has been commissioned by Channel 4's head of comedy Phil Clarke.

Davis is famous for her work on BBC Three's Nighty Night, Sky Atlantic's award-winning Hunderby and Gavin & Stacey.

The series will be directed by How Not to Live Your Life's Dan Clark. »

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