The Peter Serafinowicz Show
You'll recognise him, but might not know his name. Yet.
Peter Serafinowicz is a cult figure, known by all comedy fans for his show-stealing appearances in Spaced, Black Books, How Do You Want Me?, Look Around You and Shaun of the Dead.
But it's only now that he has his own show - thanks in part to the short clip of O! News he posted on YouTube in 2006.
Taking a look at the best, and worst, of today's TV, The Peter Serafinowicz Show hosts television's most futile game shows, including Heads Or Tails? and Which Hand Is It In?, and offers "celebrity" interviews on O! News that can't be seen anywhere else.
Through his impressions of familiar faces, Peter creates a world in which the likes of Al Pacino and Simon Cowell mingle with his own quirky creations, such as the impressively incompetent private investigator Brian Butterfield.
Other characters include Michael-6 – the robot chat show host who struggles to understand and solve the problems his guests bring onto the show - and O News! anchor Kennedy St King.
The Peter Serafinowicz Show is written and produced by Peter and his brother, James Serafinowicz.
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