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Steve Saul | 15:37 UK time, Monday, 18 April 2011

Mighty Will Mellor will be flexing his comedy muscles for BBC Comedy once more...

Will Mellor, Warren Clarke, Niky Wardley and Craig Parkinson star in a new six-part comedy for BBC One about what real family life is like when you’re holding down jobs, raising three kids, and having to deal with an irresponsible brother and cantankerous dad.

Will Mellor says: “I had a great time working with a fantastic cast. I can’t wait to see what the public thinks of it.”

In With The Flynns is a warm, authentic, half-hour comedy series made by Caryn Mandabach Productions for BBC One.

Caryn Mandabach is a highly-respected US comedy producer who has worked on comedy classics like The Cosby Show, Roseanne, 3rd Rock From The Sun, That 70s Show and Nurse Jackie.


  • Comment number 1.

    why the canned laughter, it's so annoying. Plus it's not funny. Trying too hard to be American

  • Comment number 2.

    I thought posts were reactively moderated when someone complained about the post. It didn't even appear so how could anyone complain

  • Comment number 3.

    I have just lost 30 minutes of my life, I chose to watch what can only be described as a travesty of entertainment, the canned laughter was it seemed to me switched on and off regardless of if a joke was told or not, e.g. The wife gets into bed says and does nothing, canned laughter turned on ? why!!!!?.
    Fantastic actors and actresses rubbish programme.

  • Comment number 4.

    This show actually astounded me. How could this have possibly been green lit? I failes on every level, the fact that it ocntained Will Mellor was the first portent of doom, the Albatross of British comedy. It didn't get better than this, utterly insipid, insultingly bad, this from a channel i love and which brought us so many wonderful comeides in the past. Drivel.


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