Tag Archives: bbc america
- March 22, 2009
- James Corden “chuffed” at US reception for Gavin & Stacey– also tagged gavin & stacey, gulliver's travels
James Corden has admitted his delight in US reception for Gavin & Stacey. Corden, who was in LA for an audition along side Jack Black, revealed he was aware the series had done well after being screened on BBC America. At Christmas, I was really chuffed because I got sent this thing – the LA [...]
- August 25, 2008
- Don’t Miss “Gavin & Stacey” on BBC America– also tagged gavin & stacey
Gavin & Stacey premieres on BBC America Tuesday August 26 at 8:40 ET. Check out the offical BBC America site for more info. UPDATE: American viewers may find the glossary of British terms from this site helpful as well.
- July 28, 2008
- Corden + Jones “in the dark” about US-version of “Gavin & Stacey”– also tagged baby cow productions, bafta, gavin & stacey, hamlet 2, james corden birthday, steve coogan
Creative duo James Corden + Ruth Jones reveal to Scotland’s The Daily Record that they remain “in the dark” about the US-remake of their hit show, Gavin & Stacey. The co-creators are slated to be executive producers of the NBC version, along with Baby Cow Productions (who makes the UK-version) co-founder Steve Coogan (perhaps best [...]
- July 9, 2008
- Corden, Jones + Horne Wow US TV Critics, promote “Gavin & Stacey”– also tagged gavin & stacey
3/4 of the principal cast of UK hit Gavin & Stacey are here state-side promoting their show for relesase on BBC America. It appears that the charm that’s helped Corden become one of the most sought-after sex symbols in the UK (and to a lesser extent here in the US) coupled with the all-around hilarity [...]
- April 22, 2008
- “Gavin & Stacey” heads over the pond– also tagged discovery communications, gavin & stacey, nbc
BBC America, the joint-venture between the BBC and US-based Discovery Communications, has purchased the rights to air Gavin & Stacey to American audiences. BBC America plans to air Gavin & Stacey starting August 2008. The move does not impact American broadcaster NBC’s plans to develop a US version of the hit show.