Belfast Telegraph

Sunday 21 September 2014

Next series of Him & Her to be last

Russell Tovey

Edgy BBC comedy Him & Her is to be axed after one further series.

The show, screened by BBC3 and starring Russell Tovey and Sarah Solemani, will have its final run later this year.

The programme has been set entirely in the home of main characters Becky and Steve, but the last six-part series will see them step outside to head to a wedding.

Writer Stefan Golaszewski said: "After three series in Steve and Becky's bedsit, we're moving them into the outside world as we reach the final chapter of their story."

Kenton Allen, the CEO of production company Big Talk which makes the show, said: "Stefan's brilliant dissection of young love and all the problems that come with it have given us four series of perfectly realised writing, acting and technical achievement."

BBC3 recently announced the end of another of its most popular shows, Being Human.

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