Hoff The Record wins an Emmy | A tight 5: November 22

Hoff The Record wins an Emmy

A tight 5: November 22

HOFF THE RECORD, Dave’s  fake documentary show about David Hasselhoff’s career comeback, has won the international Emmy for best comedy. The series also stars Fergus Craig, Brett Goldstein and Ella Smith.

KEITH LEMON is to return with a fourth series of Through the Keyhole, starting with a Christmas special in December. Panellists over the eight-part ITV series will include Johnny Vegas, Jonathan Ross, Jimmy Carr, Judge Rinder, and Paddy McGuinness.

IAIN STIRLING has announced a new stand-up tour. His fifth show, Onwards!, will play 17 dates in February and March. The announcement comes the day after Stirling, who also narrates ITV2’s Love Island, won a Children’s Bafta for best presenter for his CBBC panel show The Dog Ate My Homework. Dates.

AUSTRALIAN stand-ups  Sam Simmons, Wil Anderson, Judith Lucy, Tom Gleeson, Celia Pacquola and Tom Ballard are recording their own feature-length comedy specials for local streaming service Stan. The company is the first streaming service to commission stand-up specials in Australia and the One Night Stan series will be filmed at Melbourne’s Comedy Theatre.

COMEDY fantasy football podcast The Gaffer Tapes has won the podcast category at the  Football Blogging Awards, beating fellow contenders including Bob Mortimer's Athletico Mince. The show is hosted by comedian Tom Holmes, former stand-up Craig Hazell and Fantasy Football expert Ash Kernsworth.

Published: 22 Nov 2016

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