Interview: Reece Shearsmith & Steve Pemberton On the Final Series Of Inside No. 9

What can viewers expect from this final season?

Reece: Well, six more stories of intrigue, horror, humour, and ham acting. More of the same and lots of – hopefully – surprises and funny stories.


Stage Show Confirmed For Inside No. 9

The theatrical world premiere of Steve Pemberton and Reece Shearsmith’s award-winning television comedy Inside No.9 will open in London’s West End at Wyndham’s Theatre on 18 January with a newly written story – Inside No.9 Stage/Fright. This show will feature comedic, spooky and dramatic moments as fans of the TV show have come to expect, with some familiar characters and stories mixing with brand new material.


Broadcast Date Confirmed for Last Series Of Inside No. 9 – Reece Shearsmith Says Don't Read Interviews

The date has been confirmed for the final series of Inside No. 9. Aptly it's the ninth series.

The opening episode will be entitled Boo To A Goose and it will be broadcast on BBC Two at 10pm on Wednesday May 8. The still here is from that episode.

Beyond The Joke saw the episode at a BFI screening earlier this year but out of respect to the makers' requests will not reveal anything further here apart from the cast and the BBC blurb, which is as follows:


Reece Shearsmith Teases Transmission Details Of Final Inside No. 9 Series

Reece Shearsmith has given a strong hint of when the final series of the acclaimed Inside No. 9 will be broadcast on BBC Two. He posted a picture of himself and co-creator Steve Pemberton on X, formerly Twitter, above the words: "New Series Coming In May 2024".


Cast Confirmed For Final Series Of Inside No. 9

Filming is underway for the highly anticipated ninth series (6 x 30) of Reece Shearsmith and Steve Pemberton


Video: Reece Shearsmith And Steve Pemberton Talk About Every Episode In Inside No 9 Series 8

Creators and stars Reece Shearsmith talk about their most recent series, including their most talked about episode...

Don't watch if you haven't already seen every episode as there are lots of spoilers here.

You can buy the whole series here. (sssh, it's also on iPlayer).

Watch Reece and Steve in conversation below.


TV: Inside No 9, Hold On Tight!, BBC Two

The fifth* instalment of the current eighth series of Inside No 9, Hold On Tight!, is probably the most eagerly anticipated episode in a while. Certainly for fans of a certain vintage. When pictures slipped out to trail the new series, the picture of Reece Shearsmith, Steve Pemberton and Confessions star Robin Askwith in front of an old style London bus immediately recalled the spirit of 1970s sitcom On The Buses, starring Reg Varney, Bob Grant and Stephen Lewis as depot inspector Blakey.


TV: Inside No 9, Paraskevidekatriaphobia, BBC Two

For maybe the first time in eight series creators and stars Reece Shearsmith and Steve Pemberton have slightly missed a trick with an episode of Inside No 9. They ran a Christmassy one at Christmas, a Halloweeny one at Halloween. It's a shame they couldn't run this one, in which Reece Shearsmith plays a man who has an irrational fear of Friday the 13th – Paraskevidekatriaphobia – on a Friday the 13th.


TV: Inside No 9, Mother's Ruin

Inside No 9 returns for a new series. and, as ever, that means the challenge is on to write about it without giving away any spoilers. Or at least without giving away any major spoilers. So just to give you an idea, this is what the BBC information says about tonight's funny, chilling and occasionally wince-making instalment, Mother's Ruin.


Interview: Reece Shearsmith Discusses The New Series Of Inside No. 9

Steve Pemberton and Reece Shearsmith return with an eighth series of their award-winning anthologies.

From the top deck of a London bus to a remote lakeside cabin, from online dating to late-night summonings, all life (and death) is here. Thrills, spills, chills and kills from the fertile minds of Shearsmith and Pemberton.


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