Sorry, there are no cunning plans to resurrect Blackadder any time soon.
Comic Relief's annual fundraising event will once again feature some of the biggest names in telly and entertainment.
The charity fundraiser has some huge news.
Del Boy falling through the bar is a classic moment in British TV history.
Fry hosted 'QI' for the BBC for 13 years.
The Witchfinder embraces absurd supernatural obsessions prevalent during this period, then drops a kind hearted yet mildly pompous civil servant into the story.
The 'Blackadder' star said he's not snobby about reality TV, but it's not for him.
The 65-year-old actor admitted he doesn't actually enjoy playing the beloved comedy character.
Fans said the sketch was 'fabulous'.
Michael Grade loathed it so much that he put it on hiatus and fired Colin Baker from the lead role.
'Blackadder' to return? That’s gobbleijuke!
The actor was given a combination of drugs his family say killed him.
There are certain traditions that will forever be a part of British Christmas culture. These range from moaning about mince pies already being available in late October, to buying a copy of the Christmas Radio Times despite coping absolutely fine without one throughout the rest of the year. In terms of televisual viewing over the festive period however, perhaps our finest tradition is the sitcom Christmas special. The first part focused mainly on Brent’s post-Wernham Hogg career and his attempts to keep up his public profile, while the second features him trying to secure a date for the Christmas party at his old place of employment.