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Rush Hour (TV series)

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Rush Hour (TV series)

Rush Hour
Genre Sketch comedy
Created by Charlie Brooker
Starring Adam Buxton
Sanjeev Kohli
Miranda Hart
Frankie Boyle
David Armand
Marek Larwood
Kerry Godliman
Bruce Mackinnon
Naomi Bentley
Lorna Watson
Katy Wix
Country of origin United Kingdom
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 6
Running time 6x30 minutes
Original channel BBC Three
Original run 19 March 2007 (2007-03-19) – 21 April 2007 (2007-04-21)

Rush Hour is a sketch show made by Zeppotron and shown on BBC Three during March and April 2007. The show featured several sketches centred around characters travelling to work, school or otherwise, therefore many of the sketches took place inside a car or bus. Several cult and up and coming comedians and comic actors star in the show, each performing several of the characters. The cast includes Adam Buxton, Sanjeev Kohli, Miranda Hart, Frankie Boyle, David Armand, Marek Larwood, Kerry Godliman, Bruce Mackinnon, Naomi Bentley, Lorna Watson, and Katy Wix.

BBC Three didn't recommission the show for a second series due to bad reviews.

External links

  • BBC Online
  • Internet Movie Database

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