Gavin and Stacey may have more episodes as Larry Lamb drops clue
The actor was asked if the series would be back on multiple occasions since the last special aired in 2019.
And he dropped the biggest clue yet when asked Subway recently, simply responding, “I think it would be pretty short-sighted if there weren’t.”
“I would be happy to do more. Everyone involved in it sees it as a team event. If they do more, you are part of it.”
Larry also played the role of Archie Mitchell in EastEnders, but he says that Gavin & Stacey is now his biggest claim to fame.
He said: “People have said to me, ‘You were at EastEnders – were you Dirty Den?’
“But I got a lot more recognition as Mick Shipman of Gavin & Stacey. He had such a huge following.”
He added that the fame he got from both shows has since changed his life.
“These two shows completely changed my life and allowed me to do a lot of things that I had always really wanted to do. I’m a history junkie and I was doing history shows and stuff for The unique show “, he said.
“I also did a travel show with my son George, interviews, game shows, being a celebrity. I was busy all the time but very little acting. It was a welcome change in my career. “
The 2019 Christmas special ended with a massive cliffhanger, as Nessa (Jones) proposed to Smithy (Corden).
And Larry Lamb isn’t the only actor to suggest that a new episode was inevitable at some point.
Speaking on his podcast, ‘Brydon &’, Rob Brydon told guest Sheridan Smith: “I think they could do another one because they left it hanging, didn’t what not, with the proposal?
“So it would seem strange if they didn’t. But they should crack up if they want to.”
While there has been no official confirmation of another special, writer James Corden previously said he “was so hopeful” that the sitcom, which he wrote with Ruth Jones, would return.
The the Late show the host added, however, that if the show did make a comeback for another stage, it “will really be the last, the last part”. Sob.
Gavin and Stacey ran from 2007 to 2010. And the festive edition of the 2019 sitcom broke records, being the BBC’s most-watched non-sporting event for over a decade and the most-watched comedy program in 17 years old, after attracting $ 18.49 million on Christmas Day. .
Hopefully James and Ruth will end up giving us what we want!