BAFTA nomination for Youssef Kerkour
Another nomination for Youssef Kerkour as BAFTA honour him with a best male comedy performance nod, for his role as refugee Sami in Home, series one.
Home sold to HBO Max
Series one and two of Home have both been sold to HBO Max and is part of their roster of shows as they launch in the United States.
RTS nomination for Youssef Kerkour
Youssef Kerkour is nominated for best male performance in a comedy by the RTS for his portrayal as Sami in series one of Channel X sitcom Home.
The second series of Home launches on C4 to universal critical acclaim. The show follows Syrian refugee Sami’s (Youssef Kerkour) tortuous journey to get leave to remain status in the UK. Whilst Sami waits for his fate, his host family Peter (Rufus Jones), Katie (Rebekah Staton) and John (Oaklee Pendergast) have problems of their own.
Detectorists on Britbox
All three series of Detectorists are now available to view on new SVOD Britbox for the next 48 months.
Rufus Jones best writer nomination
Rufus Jones is nominated for best writer in a comedy by the WGGB for Channel X’s Home.
Home is Rufus’s first sitcom series as a writer, he also plays Peter in the show.
Comedy BAFTA nomination
So Awkward is nominated for the Children’s TV comedy BAFTA for the fourth year in a row.
So Awkward Series 5
The fifth series of BAFTA and Broadcast Awards winning children’s comedy So Awkward starts on CBBC. Lily, Marth and Ollie and the gang are still struggling with the joys of teendom, but having plenty of fun along the way in this iPlayer hit for the BBC.
New Sitcom ‘Home’ debuts on Channel 4
Brand new sitcom ‘Home’ will air every Tuesday at 9.45pm on Channel 4. Written by and starring Rufus Jones, alongside Rebekah Staton, Youssef Kerkour, Oaklee Pendergast. Please tune in, but you can also catch up here.