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January 8, 2010

BBC3 launches three new comedies

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by David Allen

In order to boost BBC3’s viewing figures there will be an influx of new comedy shows.

It seems that this is the route that the broadcaster feels the channel should take, as its primary target viewer is the teens to thirties age group.

There will be three comedy shows in the new line up.

The first will see the character created by Simon Brodkin getting his own show, Lee Nelson’s Well Good Show.

Then there will be Young, Lazy and Unemployed starring Russell Tovey from Being Human, who has no intention of ever finding a job.

Finally the BBC has gone for a puppet show which will centre around four animals that hang around behind an inner city pub.

Russell Howard’s Good News will return, as well as Johnny Vegas in Ideal.

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