Blue Heaven (Channel 4 TV Series)

For other uses, see Blue Heaven (disambiguation).
Blue Heaven
Genre sitcom
Created by Frank Skinner
Written by Frank Skinner
Directed by Tony Dow
Carol Wiseman
Starring Frank Skinner
Conleth Hill
Country of origin United Kingdom
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 7
Production
Running time 25 minutes
Production companies Fine Time Film & Television
Broadcast
Original channel Channel 4
Original run 10 June 1992 (pilot), 30 July 1994 (series) – 3 September 1994

Blue Heaven is a British television sitcom that starred Frank Skinner, Conleth Hill, John Forgeham, Nadim Sawalha and Paula Wilcox. It featured guest stars such as Bill Bailey, Bob Goody, Tamsin Greig, Lucy Davis, Beryl Reid, Philip Glenister and John Thomson.

It first appeared on Channel 4 as a one-off pilot in the series Bunch of Five in 1992, and was followed by one series of six episodes in 1994. It was described by Skinner as a love-letter to the Black Country.[1]

In his radio show, Frank Skinner claimed the second series was fully completed, but was never broadcast on TV.

4 On Demand

In 2012 the series was made available free to viewers as part of Channel 4's 4 On Demand website.

References

External links

  • Internet Movie Database
  • British Comedy Guide


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