Twenty Twelve to return!
Here at BBC Comedy HQ we've noticed a lot of love for Twenty Twelve, so we wanted to be the first to break the good news...
Twenty Twelve will return for a second series.
That's right, our cameras will continue to follow the Olympics Deliverence team as they sprint closer and closer to next year's main event.
Ian Fletcher, Head of Deliverance says: "Obviously I think damage has already been done to the smooth-running of our department by allowing the BBC cameras in. Personally, I don't want it to continue. But upstairs says it's going to. So that's all good."
In the second series the pressure mounts as the team try to navigate their way through such delicate issues as:
- How to handle the Algerian team's demand for a mosque in the Olympic village.
- How to carry out a Legacy Audit on the rival bids for the Stadium when no-one knows what a Legacy Audit is.
- Budgetary concerns such as how to deliver value for money when there isn’t any money.
The only thing that’s certain is that the clock (at least when it’s working) will continue to tick inexorably downwards as this small group of men and women paddle even faster in their efforts to deliver the greatest show on earth.
Executive producer Jon Plowman said: “We are really delighted that we have been granted permission to follow the Olympic Deliverance team again as they near the climax of their deliverance."
Until the second series, let's not say "goodbye." No, let's just say "on your marks, get set, adieu."
Don't miss the final episode of this series (Monday 18th April, 22.00 on BBC Four).
Can the team put these controversial #TwentyTwelve tweets in the past before Series 2?
Don't get suckered into buying fake tickets just because we're 'between series'.
Will these London landmarks get converted into Olympic Venues before the team return?