Big name comedy coming up on BBC Two
Rob Brydon and Steve Coogan are reunited on screen - and over dinner. Steve has been commissioned to review six restaurants in the North of England... and somehow he's been stuck with Rob for company. The show, like Curb Your Enthusiasm, is fictional, but based on their real personas.
Like The Trip, Simon Amstell's sitcom-writing début is based loosely on his own life. It's been co-written with Dan Swimer, who previously worked with Simon on Buzzcocks and Popworld, so you can expect this to have plenty of, y'know, zing.
Roger and Val Have Just Got In
Alfred Molina and Dawn French star as married couple Roger and Val in a unique sitcom set during the half-hour period after they've just returned from work. From this simple set-up, Roger and Val draw you in to the idiosyncrasies of their world. And no, don't expect any robot tentacles.
Roger and Val Have Just Got In starts Friday 6th August
The Stephen K Amos Show
Readers of this blog will already know this is coming. In his very own show, Stephen will mix stand-up, sketches and special guests, introducing us to a host of hilarious characters.
But wait! There's more...
Look out for Episodes, a sitcom that follows the creators of a fictional British comedy as they move to LA in order to remake it (keep up at the back). The series features Matt LeBlanc as a larger-than-life version of himself and is written by David Crane (Friends) and Jeffrey Klarik (Mad About You).
Now, read on for comedy shows that are coming back.
That Mitchell and Webb Look
That Mitchell and Webb Look is on BBC Two right now! Catch the latest episode on iPlayer, watch extra sketches from the Red Button, check out our exclusive online Mitchell and Webb animations, and read revealing blog posts from the show's producer, Gareth Edwards.
Tuesdays, 9pm on BBC Two
Shooting Stars has already returned for a brand new series, and there's a new man keeping score - Angelos Epithemiou. Interact with Angelos via his webcam and watch his web-exclusive series, Moving On.
Tuesdays, 9.30pm BBC Two
Never Mind the Buzzcocks
The relentlessly irreverent pop quiz is coming back later in the year - in the meantime, get to know the team captains a bit better in our web-exclusive debates.
Psychoville - Halloween Special
Reece Shearsmith and Steve Pemberton's dark comedy thriller will return for a Halloween Special in October. We can't show a preview just yet, but here's a message from Reece.
Harry and Paul
The masters of sketch comedy will be get together to unleash more mischief. Here's a clip of what they got up to back in 2008...
Also look out for Paul Whitehouse in an upcoming episode of web comedy Brian Pern.
The first series is currently enjoying a repeat on BBC Two (Tuesdays, 10pm) but the good news is, there's more to come.
Which shows are you most looking forward to?