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[disambiguation needed]
  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[disambiguation needed] 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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