Comedy Central is involved with a Threesome

Comedy Central tonight airs its first single-camera sitcom, Threesome, starring Amy Huberman of The Clinic fame, Whites star Stephen Wight and Lip Service actor Emun Elliott.

Comedy Central tonight airs its first single-camera sitcom, Threesome.

Tom MacRae – who has worked on such productions as Doctor Who and No Angels – has written the seven episode series which follows three inseparable friends, who after an excessive night out boozing end up having an unplanned threesome.

Irish actress Amy Huberman of The Clinic fame and Whites star Stephen Wight play Alice and Mitch the loved-up couple who fall into bed together alongside their gay best friend Richie played by Lip Service actor Emun Elliott. The unplanned threesome results in an unplanned pregnancy.

Produced by Big Talk Productions the show is Comedy Central’s first homegrown UK sitcom.

Pete Thornton Comedy Central UK’s Commissioning Editor said: “This new commission represents a big step forward for the channel, and we’re very excited to be setting out on this journey with Tom MacRae’s distinctive, bold and highly original scripts.” He added that, ‘we are delighted to be working with the hugely talented team at Big Talk.’ Yes we are.”

The half hour series starts tonight at 9.30pm with a double bill.

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