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BBC Three commissions a second series of Him & Her

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Dana Stevens | 10:07 UK time, Thursday, 28 October 2010

Yes that's right, Russell Tovey and Sarah Solemani will be back on your screens as comedy couple Steve and Becky in another series of Him & Her. Yay! That means more funny scenes played out in their dirty flat with tea, toast and Inspector Morse box sets.

Him & Her (Sarah Solemani as Becky and Russell Tovey as Steve)

The series, written by Stefan Golaszewski, looks at what really goes on behind closed doors in a modern relationship. And that seems to be quite a lot of sex, farts and peeing with the door open! Aside from Becky and Steve there's a hilarious cast of supporting characters; Becky's sister Laura, her bruiser boyfriend Paul, Becky's colourful friend Shelley and the brilliantly creepy neighbour Dan.

If you missed the first series (shame on you! It's the most successful sitcom launch ever on BBC Three don't ya know!) then watch some of the excellent filming diaries we've got online so you can catch up and get to know the cast and characters before series two...

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You can watch more filming diaries on the Him & Her website. You can also read an interview that I did with Russell Tovey and Sarah Solemani on the BBC Three blog. And if you're a Russell Tovey fan you'll be pleased to hear that the new series of Being Human will be on BBC Three early next year.

Filming of Him & Her series two starts in 2011.


  • Comment number 1.

    "Him & Her" was a classic comedy series with some once more amazing performances from Russell Tovey, thanks BBC Three! The BBC bring us everything from such as "Little Dorrit" classic drama to such comedy as this and Russell Tovey delivers! - Roll on ""Him & Her" series two in 2011.


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