‘The Kumars at No.42’ set for a comeback
London: Hit comedy chat show ‘The Kumars at No.42’ is set to return to tickle your bone—but with a ‘credit crunch’ setting.
According to TV Biz, creator Sanjeev Bhaskar said he wanted the BBC2 show—in which the fictional Kumar family interview guests in their detached house—to move to a flat above a shop reports the Sun.
And he said the family, in another nod to tougher times, could tackle MPs about serious issues, as well as chat to celebrities.
Sanjeev who won a Royal Television Society award for his BBC1 daytime drama ‘The Indian Doctor,’ said that we all had agreed to a comeback and were now waiting for the go-ahead from TV bosses.
"I want the Kumars to return – all the cast are up for it. But I’d like to see it set above a shop to reflect the credit crunch. We never got politicians on the show when it originally aired but I’d love to, particularly ones from the Coalition,” he said.
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