Inside No 9 on BBC Two: will there be a new series? How can I watch old episodes?

Inside No 9 wraps up this week on BBC Two, leaving viewers begging for more – so will there be a new series?

Steve Pemberton and Reece Shearsmith’s anthology of twisted and comedic tales ends Monday, June 14.

Will the comedy duo film more episodes, which see each story unfold behind a door marked with the number 9?

And how can you watch the old episodes?

Here’s everything you need to know!

Fleabag’s guest Sian Clifford played Iris opposite Steve Pemberton’s Felix in Inside No 9 (BBC Two)

Inside No 9: Will there be a new series?

Good news for Inside No 9 fans!

Reece Shearsmith and Steve Pemberton will write at least one more series.

BBC Two would be crazy not to have it back on line!

Read more: Sian Clifford stars as Iris in Inside No 9 – but what else has she been into?

After all, the comedy series won a BAFTA at the recent 2021 awards ceremony.

It won the award for Best Scripted Comedy, beating Ghosts, This Country, and Man Like Mobeen.

BBC Two has confirmed there will be a series seven last year.

At the time of the announcement, Reece and Steve Pemberton said, “We didn’t know when we started Inside No 9 in 2014 that we would end up with as many episodes as Countryfile.

“We are thrilled and exhausted in equal measure at the prospect of two more series of spooky tales and fables.

“However, we’ll do our best to showcase the best that the BBC can do across genres with 30 minutes of storytelling and half-decent wigs.

“We could even try an episode of Countryfile, no one would expect…”

Series Seven will stay true to the show’s anthology format, with each series featuring six new half-hour films, each set in a different location.

The style and tone change weekly, combining a different mix of horror, thriller, drama and comedy.

It is expected to land in 2022.

How many sets of Inside No 9 have there been so far?

There have been six series so far, comprising 36 episodes.

The series first launched in 2014, and even aired a live episode titled Dead Line.

Steve Pemberton and Reece Shearsmith are famous for their spooky anthology series (BBC Two)

How can I watch old episodes?

The previous six series of Inside No 9 are currently available to watch on BBC iPlayer.

Read more: Inside No 9: Who joins the cast against regulars Steve Pemberton and Reece Shearsmith?

The very first episode, called Sardines, aired in 2014 and starred Anne Reid and Timothy West.

The casts don’t come much better than that!

What famous faces played in Inside No 9?

Dozens of famous faces have appeared in Inside No 9.

Denis Lawson appeared in A Quiet Night In in the first series, closely followed by Gemma Arterton, Tamsin Greig, Julia Davis and Helen McCrory – and that is only in the first series.

Julie Hesmondhalgh, Sheridan Smith, Jane Horrocks, Emilia Fox, Jason Watkins, Keeley Hawes, Nicola Walker, David Morrissey, Jenna Coleman and Maxine Peake all appeared (dead or alive).

In the sixth series alone, viewers enjoyed guest stars Adrian Dunbar, Paterson Joseph, Gemma Whelan, Sian Clifford, Lindsay Duncan and Derek Jacobi.

Inside No 9 ends with a Last Night of the Proms party, but will there be a new series? (Credit: BBC One)

Tonight’s Episode: Last Night of the Proms

A couple are hosting their annual Last Night of the Proms party in the final episode of the sixth series.

However, Patriots Dawn and Mick have their feathers ruffled by the mysterious stranger Yusuf (played by Bamshad Abedi-Amin).

He enters the fray and events take a rather unusual turn… And that’s according to Inside No 9 standards!

Sarah Parish, Julian Glover, Jack Wolfe and Debra Gillett are all the stars.

Inside No 9 ends Monday June 14 at 10 p.m. on BBC Two.

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