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Mutual Friends

 

Mutual Friends

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Mutual Friends
Genre Comedy drama
Written by Anil Gupta
Richard Pinto
Directed by Catherine Morshead
Jim O'Hanlon
Starring Marc Warren
Alexander Armstrong
Keeley Hawes
Sarah Alexander
Joshua Sarphie
Composer(s) Ben Bartlett
Country of origin United Kingdom
No. of series 1
No. of episodes 6
Production
Executive producer(s) Mark Redhead
Producer(s) Rob Bullock
Running time 57 mins
Production companies Hat Trick Productions
Broadcast
Original channel BBC One
Original run 26 August –
30 September 2008

Mutual Friends is a British comedy drama television series broadcast in six episodes on BBC One in 2008. The series starred Marc Warren, Alexander Armstrong, Keeley Hawes, Sarah Alexander, Claire Rushbrook, Emily Joyce, Naomi Bentley and Joshua Sarphie as a group of old friends whose lives are thrown into chaos when one of their group commits suicide.

Synopsis

Marc Warren depicts a terminally useless solicitor Martin, whose life as a lawyer, husband to Jen (Keeley Hawes) and father to Dan (Joshua Sarphie) is thrown into turmoil as a consequence of his friend's various mid-life crises, most notably that of the suave chancer Patrick (Alexander Armstrong).

Production

Most of the show was filmed in Henley. Filming for the court scene in episode two was filmed in Bracknell in the summer of 2008 at Bracknell's police station.

The series was not recommissioned by the BBC due to low ratings. Anil Gupta also attributed the demise of the series to the departure of Peter Fincham, the controller of BBC One, in 2008.[1]

Reception

The series was nominated for Best TV Comedy Drama at the British Comedy Awards 2008.[2]

DVD release

The series has been released on a two-disc DVD set by 2 Entertain.

References

External links

  • Official press release at BBC Press Office
  • Internet Movie Database
  • TV.com
  • British Comedy Guide
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