The shortlists for the Comedy.co.uk Awards 2020 have been revealed and we're delighted to have a wealth of UA clients nominated.
Best New TV Sitcom
The Duchess - Written, Executive Produced by and starring Katherine Ryan. The series stars Rory Keenan, Michelle De Swarte and Linda Marlowe.
King Gary - Starring Dustin Demri-Burns
Mandy - Starring, Written and Directed by Diane Morgan. Also starring, David Bradley, Tony Way and Jackie Clune
Truth Seekers - Directed by Jim Field Smith, the series stars Kate Nash, Dustin Demri-Burns, Produced by Richard Webb and with episodes 2, 4, 5 and 7 Edited by Steve Ackroyd
Best Returning TV Sitcom
After Life - Created, Directed, Written by and starring Ricky Gervais. The Series stars Diane Morgan, Tony Way, Brian Gittins, David Bradley, David Earl, Colin Hoult, Tom Bennett, Seb Cardinal, Produced by Charlie Hanson and Edited by Jo Walker.
Ghosts - Starring Neil Edmond, Jackie Clune and Colin Hoult
The Goes Wrong Show - Written by and starring Henry Lewis, Henry Shields and Jonathan Sayer
Best Radio Sitcom
Ed Reardon's Week - Starring Barunka O'Shaughnessy
Michael Spicer: Before Next Door - Produced by Matt Tiller
The Missing Hancocks - with Simon Greenall
Thanks A Lot Milton Jones! - Written by Dan Evans
Best TV Sketch Show
The Emily Atack Show - with writing from Sarah Morgan and Hannah George, and features Colin Hoult, Barney Fishwick and Cam Spence
Famalam - Starring Kieran Hodgson
Horrible Histories - with writing from and starring James McNicholas, also starring Michael Abubakar, Harrie Hayes and Ellie White
Spitting Image - with writing from Bert Tyler Moore, Jason Hazeley and with the late George Jeffrie as Consultant Producer.
The Stand Up Sketch Show - Featuring Harriet Kemsley, Bobby Mair, Lloyd Griffith and Georgia Maguire
Best Radio Sketch Show
Dead Ringers - With writing from Tom Jamieson and Nev Fountain
Best TV Panel Show
8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown - With Susie Dent residing in the dictionary corner
The Big Fat Quiz Of The Year - with Rob Brydon and Katherine Ryan
QI - with panelist Alan Davies
Mock The Week - feat. Rhys James and Nigel Ng
Would I Lie To You? - With host Rob Brydon and with writing from Steve Burge
Best TV Entertainment Show
Charlie Brooker's Antiviral Wipe - with writing from Jason Hazeley and Joel Morris, and featuring Diane Morgan.
Taskmaster - with Katherine Parkinson
Best TV Comedy Drama
Cold Feet - Starring Ceallach Spellman and with Director of Photography David Marsh
Inside No. 9 - Starring Ralf Little and Edited by Joe Randall-Cutler
Last Tango In Halifax - Starring Rachel Leskovac
Sex Education - Starring Mimi Keene, Lino Facioli, Chris Jenks, Jim Howick, George Robinson, Catriona Knox, Samuel Jordan, Production Design by Samantha Harley, Costume Design by Rosa Dias and with episodes 1 2 and 7 Edited by Steve Ackroyd.
Worzel Gummidge - Starring Spencer Jones and with Director of Photography John Sorapure