To cheer you up while you’re stuck indoors, we’re giving you free guides to the best TV available through streaming and catch-up services. All this week, the Mail’s TV critic Christopher Stevens and TV editor Mike Mulvihill will be tapping into the vast archives of dazzling drama, must-see movies, fascinating factual shows and fabulous family entertainment on hand at the touch of a button. But we start today with the funniest shows available… Gavin & Stacey – BBC iPLAYER We all loved these long-distance lovebirds in their heyday at the end of the Noughties, but the sheer depth of affection for this show surprised everyone last Christmas. Writers and stars James Corden and Ruth Jones revived their sitcom, based in the South Wales seaside town of Barry and Billericay, Essex, for a one-off special and broke viewing figures for the decade. An incredible 17 million people tuned in or watched on catch-up. Not bad for a comedy that began life without fanfare on BBC Three. Don’t miss the show-stealing turn by Rob Brydon as unmarried Uncle Bryn. Three series and a special Writers and stars James Corden and Ruth Jones revived their sitcom, based in the South Wales seaside town of… Read full this story
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