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‘The Festival’: Film Review

The team behind British hit comedy franchise 'The Inbetweeners' stays well within their discomfort zone in their new juvenile sex comedy 'The Festival.'

‘The Inbetweeners’ Star Simon Bird Lands Directorial Debut

The comedian and actor will direct the adaptation of graphic novel 'Days of the Bagnold Summer.'

‘Inbetweeners’ Creators Launch Production Company Fudge Park

Iain Morris and Damon Beesley unveil the film and TV production company after previously running Bwark.

‘Keeping Rosy’: Film Review

British TV heroine Maxine Peake and "Inbetweeners" regular Blake Harrison co-star in this noir-ish debut thriller about a career woman whose perfect life takes a sudden tragic turn.

Nicola Drago Named CEO of Zodiak Active

At the end of the year, Drago will take over from Marco Ferrari as head of the digital and branded content division at pan-European production giant Zodiak Media.

‘Butter’ Director to Helm ‘Inbetweeners’ Remake for Paramount

Jim Field Smith will direct the comedy, which will be titled "Virgins America."

MIPTV: Viewster Takes ‘The Inbetweeners’ and ‘Peep Show’

The European VOD operator signs deals for some 200 titles, including Australian sitcom "At Home with Julia" and Argentine telenovela "Laola."

MTV Cancels ‘Inbetweeners’

UPDATED: The news comes weeks after Susanne Daniels replaced David Janollari as the network's programming chief.

‘The Inbetweeners’: Simon Preps His Bedroom for a Carly Visit (Exclusive Video)

See a sneak preview of Monday's episode, airing Monday at 10:30 p.m., via THR.

BBC Hires Channel 4 Comedy Czar

The broadcaster lures Shane Allen, who was behind "The Inbetweeners," to be controller, comedy commissioning.

‘The Inbetweeners’: Prospects Build for a Sequel to British Box Office Smash

Co-creators Damon Beesley and Iain Morris suggest the follow-up will happen if they are happy with script.

Meet ‘The Inbetweeners’: MTV’s Answer to the UK Original (Video)

The cast of the network's new scripted comedy stop by the THR cover lounge to discuss similarities (and differences) from their predecessor.