Following the announcement that BBC Three will be given the reboot in 2022, let's take a trip down memory lane at some of their best shows.
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You may remember Phoebe Waller-Bridge as Abby Thompson, one of child killer Joe Miller’s barristers in Broadchurch. Phoebe, 30, perfectly blends the hilarious melodrama of American sitcoms like Friends—yes, there is a will they/won’t they love triangle—with quintessential British slapstick a la Fawlty Towers.
Be prepared to relive them in Channel 4′s brilliant new comedy, Crashing, which starts tonight at 10pm. The brainchild of Broadchurch actress Phoebe Waller-Bridge, the 30 year old writes and stars in this unflinchingly funny take on everyday young adult struggles—from unrequited love, to holding down jobs, to flat share nightmares—as five twenty-somethings (and one older divorcee) come together to live in an abandoned hospital. No-one does awkward quite like us Brits and Waller-Bridge perfectly captures that in the first episode as her character Lulu is reunited with her best friend/secret love of her life Anthony (Damien Molony), who is now engaged to Kate (Louise Ford, aka girlfriend of actual Mr. Bean).