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Miranda is coming back

One-off special to mark 10th anniversary

Miranda is to return  for a one-off 10th anniversary special.

Creator Miranda Hart broke the news on Twitter, writing: 'Such fun news alert... I am with news.

'So in November, it will be 10 years since the first episode of Miranda aired. We are 10! And we have decided to have a party.

'I suspect there might just be some special guests, probably the odd bit of dancing, definitely some drinks and nibbles

'The Miranda cast on and off screen are all about play, being free to be ourselves and silliness, so we are amazed and delighted that BBC One have agreed that our celebrations will be recorded as a one hour special later in the year. 

'And you know what I hope it will be - SUCH FUN for us, but more importantly for you, all you lovely friends of the show for whom I shall be forever grateful for your support. See you soon.'

Meanwhile co-star Sarah Hadland, who plays Miranda's best friend Stevie Sutton, said she hoped this would prompt even more episodes.

She told The Sun: 'It's quite a big milestone, we're all quite shocked. 

'We're hopeful that Miranda will make some more.'

Published: 19 Jul 2019

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