all the amazing guest stars
Interior n ° 9 has happily blazed a dark and twisted path for six seasons, but Reece Shearsmith and Steve Pemberton’s critically acclaimed anthology series remains as fresh and provocative as ever.
For those who have not yet dipped their toes in the entertaining waters of this BBC treasure, all you need to know is this; each 30 minute episode of Interior n ° 9 acts as a stand-alone story. So it doesn’t matter if you’re only logging in now for the very first time, because there are always new characters, new scenery (one with the number nine, whether it’s a house, apartment, or locker room), and a shocking new twist to prepare you for too.
Watch the trailer for Interior n ° 9 season six below:
The result? Well, pure excellence; this writer can put his hands up and attest that the show made him jump out of his skin, burst into manic laughter, wipe away real tears and let his mouth open in shock. Sometimes all in the same episode.
And, of course, this is all made possible not only by the writing, but also by the star-studded actors who lend their talents to the mix.
Over the years, each episode of the series has attracted guest stars from big names to join Pemberton and Shearsmith on screen; think of Keeley Hawes, Fiona Shaw, Jenna Coleman, Sheridan Smith, Julie Hesmondhalgh, Helen McCrory and Weruche Opia, to name a few.
So, yeah, you better believe that the sixth season of Interior n ° 9 went out of their way to wow fans and critics with their extensive list of cameos.
Wuthering’s heist (episode one)
As the official BBC synopsis for the Interior n ° 9 The season six premiere says it: “Pantalone has a daring plan to steal a tasty batch of diamonds worth £ 12million. But he hired a whole group of double-pass clowns to do it.
Available to stream now on BBC iPlayer, the episode sees Game of thrones Star Gemma Whelan enters the fray with serious Shakespearean energy, alongside Kevin Bishop, Paterson Joseph, Rosa Robson and Dino Kelly.
Simon says (episode two)
Apparently inspired by the furious reactions of die-hard fans to the much-maligned Game of thrones finale, this episode centers on TV showrunner Spencer Maguire, who is desperate to move on from a disappointing season seven finale.
However, one of the biggest fans of The ninth circle, Simon Smethurst, is determined to visit Spencer Maguire and “help put things in order”… no matter the cost.
Simon says, which is available to stream on BBC iPlayer, stars Sherlockby Lindsay Duncan and The MartianIt’s Nick Mohammed.
Lip service (episode three)
Chip bag fans will definitely want to catch up Lip service on BBC iPlayer, as Sian Clifford (aka her who had her hair cut that made her look like a pencil) positively dazzles like the enigmatic Iris.
The BBC synopsis reads: “Felix is pretty sure his wife is up to something with his boss Dmitri, so he decides to hire help to prove things one way or the other.” .
“When Iris, the professional lip reader arrives with her powerful binoculars, the couple stake out a hotel room and begin to gather their evidence.”
Hurry up and wait (episode four)
Due to the broadcast on May 31 at 9:30 p.m., Hurry up and wait sees young actor James biding his time on ITV’s new crime drama in a static trailer, owned by a weird family who clearly have something to hide.
Not much else is known about the episode, other than the fact that he’s playing Course of actionAdrian Dunbar, as well as Donna Preston, Pauline McLynn and Bhavna Limbachia.
How do you plead? (episode five)
The famous lawyer Webster is not doing well, but he is not an easy man to take care of – as his caregiver, Urban, knows all too well.
This episode, which is set to air on June 7 at 9:30 p.m., sees Webster’s resolve and legal skills put to the test. And, yes, it will be kind of a historic episode, as the episode will see Sir Derek Jacobi become the first actor to return. Interior n ° 9 as a guest star, having provided the voice of Dennis Fulcher in the critically acclaimed episode of Series 3 Christmas devil.
Last Night At The Proms (episode six)
As usual, Shearsmith and Pemberton have kept the details of the Interior n ° 9 The Season Six finale is kept under wraps to guarantee viewers plenty of surprises, but we’ll be sure to update you as they become available.
All we know so far is this; it will air on June 14 at 9:30 p.m.
What people say Interior n ° 9 season six?
Speaking about the season, Shearsmith and Pemberton said, “We started filming in March of last year but had to take a hiatus due to the pandemic. After a nine month gestation period, it is a relief to finally deliver our sixth series to the world.
“As proud parents we couldn’t pick a favorite, but like any younger sibling, this show is cheeky, funny… and can get away with murder.”
BBC Comedy Controller Shane Allen added: “Reece and Steve are plowing even more fertile genre comedy talent for these modern masterpieces.”
And Josh Cole, head of comedy and production at BBC Studios, said: “We are delighted to have completed the filming of the sixth season of Interior n ° 9. It’s a unique series we couldn’t be more proud of, and we’re in awe of Reece and Steve’s extraordinary ability to continually raise the bar.
“Long life Interior n ° 9! “
New episodes of Interior n ° 9 airs Monday evenings at 9:30 p.m. via BBC Two.
The six seasons of Interior n ° 9 are available to stream on BBC iPlayer.