If you’ve never caught Steve’s Hello Ladies series the premise is quite simple – Steve plays Stuart, a British web-designer living in Los Angeles, a character based on the unlucky-in-love persona that Steve has used throughout radio shows, podcasts, interviews and his ‘Hello Ladies’ stand-up tour over... more →
It was a bumper year for Ricky, Steve and Karl on TV. You can read about the five shows they starred in below to help pick your favourite, then you can vote in the poll on the right hand side of the page. (You may not be able to view the poll if you’re browsing on a mobile device.)
The Moaning of Life
Karl continued his world... more →
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The latest episode of Stephen Merchant’s ‘Hello Ladies’, The Dinner, is perhaps the most fully realised and well executed outing to date in the series. The episode hits upon some great comic moments whilst also managing to make the episode’s subplots feel less like filler, and more like avenues through which the world... more →
Episode three of Hello Ladies and it’s make or break time, for me.
I’ve enjoyed the series so far but felt like it has a lot more potential left in the tank. The good news is that this episode continues in the same vain as the previous two. The bad news is that I didn’t think that it took it... more →
Steve Merchant on the set of Hello Ladies struggling with the iOS7.
HBO will premiere Stephen Merchant’s sitcom “Hello Ladies” at 10:30pm Eastern time on September 29. Based on his stand-up special, the show follows the exploits of Stuart, a lonely man looking to share his emotions – or get lucky. Lee Eisenberg... more →