Saturday, April 2, 2011

Outnumbered back for fourth series

Outnumbered, the multi-award-winning comedy series from Hat Trick Productions is back in production for BBC One with a new six-part series and a Christmas special.

Two parents and their three children are locked in an unequal battle. Using elements of improvisation, Outnumbered sees the world as much from the children's as the adults' point of view.
In the new series, the family is confronted by an array of issues ranging from death, drugs, terrorism and getting old, to food science, Top Gear, and the joy of ventriloquism.

All three of the young stars have been busy since the last series:

Tyger Drew-Honey recently filmed a role in Horry Henry:The Movie.

Daniel Roche starred in the acclaimed BBC adaptation of Just William, as well as playing the young Stephen Fry in Sky's Little Crackers.

And Ramona Marquez was most recently seen as the young Princess Margaret in Oscar-winning The King's Speech.


  1. Are there any auditions for new characters for the fourth series?

  2. Too late I'm afraid, it's already filming/been filmed.