Coming Up (TV series)

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Coming Up is a British Channel 4 television series of films made for television by new directors and writers.[1]

The first series was in 2006, and each year's series comprises seven or eight films. Series 6 was shown from July to September 2011.[2] A reviewer in The Independent wrote: "Thank goodness for Coming Up ... it's a genuinely interesting display of possibilities".[3]

Episodes[edit]

Series 1 (Coming Up 2006)[edit]

  1. "The Spastic King" written by Peter Mackie Burns
  2. "Scapegoat"
  3. "Imprints"
  4. "99, 100"
  5. "In The Dark"
  6. "Brussels"
  7. "A Man in a Box"
  8. "Spoil"

Series 2 (Coming Up 2007)[edit]

  1. "The Trial"
  2. "Service"
  3. "The Window"
  4. "The Animator"
  5. "Heavenly Father"
  6. "Stir it Up"
  7. "Paradise Adventure"
  8. "Happy Slapz"

Series 3 (Coming Up 2008)[edit]

  1. "The Thai Bride"
  2. "And Kill Them"
  3. "Lickle Bill Um"
  4. "Emo"
  5. "The Circle"
  6. "Thinspiration"
  7. "Kings of London"

Series 4 (Coming Up 2009)[edit]

  1. "Raising Baby Rio"
  2. "Pornography"
  3. "Apples And Oranges"
  4. "Foreign John"
  5. "Adha Cup"
  6. "Parliamo Glasgow"
  7. "Harvest"

Series 5 (Coming Up 2010)[edit]

  1. "Would Like to Meet"
  2. "Half Term"
  3. "The Future WAGs of Great Britain"
  4. "I Don't Care"
  5. "Boy"
  6. "Eclipse"
  7. "Dip"

Series 6 (Coming Up 2011)[edit]

  1. "Rough Skin"
  2. "Home"
  3. "Micah"
  4. "Food"
  5. "Magic"
  6. "Geronimo"
  7. "Hooked"

Series 7 (Coming Up 2012)[edit]

  • as of 11 August 2012
  1. "New Cross"
  2. "Ben and Lump" directed by M.J. Delaney written by Tom Wells
  3. "Camouflage" directed by Robert Mckillop written by Lydia Adetunji
  4. "Spoof or Die" directed by Prasanna Puwanarajah written by Stacey Gregg
  5. "Postcode Lottery" directed by Tom Marshall written by Laurence Wilson
  6. "Colour"
  7. "If We Dead Awaken"[4]

Series 8 (Coming Up 2013)[edit]

  1. "Henry" 1 July
  2. "Burger Van Champion" 8 July
  3. "Big Girl" 15 July
  4. "Doughnuts" 22 July
  5. "Sammy's War" 29 July
  6. "Call it a Night" 5 August 2013
  7. "Sink or Swim" 12 August 2013

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Coming Up". Channel 4. Retrieved 10 January 2012. 
  2. ^ "Coming up: Series and episodes". Channel 4. Retrieved 10 January 2012. 
  3. ^ Jarvis, Alice-Azania (20 August 2010). "Last Night's TV: Coming Up: I Don't Care/Channel 4 Mistresses/BBC1". The Independent. Retrieved 10 January 2012. 
  4. ^ "Coming Up - Episode Guide - Channel 4". Channel 4. Retrieved 11 August 2012. 

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