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What to know about British imports

Comedian Greg Davis, also known as the task manager and his “assistant”, known as the creator of the series Alex Horn.
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As we are immersed deeper and deeper in the vacuum of content caused by COVID, which has almost all the upcoming autumn TV sets cleared, there has never been a better time to supervisor, one of Britain’s many hidden television gems to finally make its way to the United States. Although comedy panel shows are a virtually non-existent genre in the US on A, they are in the top ten on British television, but supervisor has its own unique, indefinable brand of madness, which made viewers return for nine series, soon to be ten. The popularity of the show in the UK is hardly insignificant. Since it began airing in 2015, it has spawned international adaptations in Belgium, Sweden, Spain, Denmark, Norway and Finland. However, no remake can hope to compare to the original, which is so successful that Channel 4 committed to six more seasons when it acquired the show from UKTV late last year.

A short-lived American remake hosted by Reggie Watts is banned – more on that below – supervisor didn’t make much of a mark in the United States, but that should change this Sunday when the CW begins airing the show in all its British glory. If you are one of the many unfortunate Americans who are yet to discover the glory of the wall supervisor, here’s the full broadcast of what you need to know about the show before the eighth and ninth series begin airing in America.