I Love Mummy

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I Love Mummy
Format Children's
Comedy
Created by Ellis Iddon and Phil Meagher
Starring Reece Thompson
Kelly Turner
Gina Sorell
Neil Crone
Elyes Gabel
Earl Pastko
Mark Caven
Brooke Nevin
and
Michael D'Ascenzo
Country of origin UK and Canada
No. of episodes 26
Production
Running time 24 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel CBBC, YTV
Original run September 1, 2002 – March 1, 2003

I Love Mummy was a sitcom that ran for one season in 2002 after filming 26 episodes. The show was created by Ellis Iddon and Phil Meagher; and produced by Ellis Iddon, Phil Meagher, Mark Iddon, Ira Levy and Peter Williamson. The show's production company is Winklemania Productions, Breakthrough Entertainment. The music was composed by Ellis Iddon, Phil Meagher and Simon Turner.

The show centred around the Barns family, who moved into their dead grandmother's house. In the attic they come across a sarcophagus that opens up to reveal a 5,000-year-old demi-god, Prince Nuffratuti of Abu Simbel, who is unable to ascend to the afterlife until he has completed his scroll of tasks.

Notable actors[edit]

The show starred Reece Thompson, who has starred in many films and TV shows such as Dreamcatcher, Stargate: Atlantis and The 4400.

The show also starred Elyes Gabel, who subsequently appeared in the UK medical drama Casualty as a young doctor called Guppy, and Mark Caven from The Comic Strip in the UK who also starred in the BBC series The Glam Metal Detectives.

Actress Kim Poirier guest-starred in the episode "Old Lady" as Katie.

Full cast[edit]

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