BBC Two officially renewed Inside No. 9 for series 3 to premiere in Fall 2016

The release date for Inside No. 9 series 3 — Pending

This article has the most up-to-date info on the status of Inside No. 9 Series 3 as we continuously monitor the news to keep you in the know. BBC Two has officially renewed the series for another season expected to debut in Fall 2016. To get notified of the exact premiere date – subscribe for updates below.

Series information, concept and cast

Inside No. 9 is a British dark comedy series that is filmed in an anthology format. It is created and written by Reece Shearsmith and Steve Pemberton, executive produced by Jon Plowman and produced by BBC Comedy. The first series aired in 2014 and the second was broadcast in spring of 2015, both comprised of six 30-minute episodes.

Inside No. 9 is a captivating collection of unrelated one-episode long stories, each of which presents a new self-contained storyline, a new setting and new characters, The only thing that connects the stories is the No.9 - be it a suite or an apartment number, or a mansion. The themes are completely different, but elements of comedy and horror are present in each episode. The style also varies wildly – from gothic horror to slapstick comedy, with different degrees of creepiness involved. The cast includes many well-known faces, such as Timothy West, Denis Lawson, Gemma Atherton, Tamsin Greig, David Warner, Sophie McShera, Helen McRory, Lorraine Ashbourne, and many others, who were attracted by the writers` reputation as well as by the fact that the anthology format does not require a full series commitment. Pemberton and Shearsmith also star in each episode.

Critical acclaim renewal and details about the upcoming season

Inside No. 9 has attracted a lot of positive attention and has won Best New Comedy Program Award and Best Comedy Drama Award at the 2014 British Comedy Awards, as well as other awards and nominations. The series has garnered an 8.4/10 IMDb score, and is very well received by the critics and viewers alike. However, the viewing figures are comparatively low, slightly lower than the slot average, perhaps due to the fact that it really isn`t a mainstream series. Pemberton has also mentioned his interest in a possible online spinoff, but that idea has yet to take shape. The third series of the show has been commissioned, set to return in the fall of 2016, so stay tuned and we will keep you informed regarding a release date. The series` creators have revealed that the third series will be the darkest yet (just in case the previous two weren`t dark enough for you). One of the episodes will be set in a karaoke room, another in a weird art gallery, yet another will take the viewers into a cabin in the Alps at Christmas time. We can`t wait!

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