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BBC to bring back Gavin & Stacey this Christmas according to reports

A Gavin & Stacey Christmas special is reportedly in the works, according to DEADLINE. James Corden and Ruth Jones’ sitcom will film a new episode over the summer with a view to airing at Christmas time this year, five years on from the previous ratings-topping special. The TV and film industry news webside states that a new episode is in development/pre-production and cameras will roll in a few months time on the show, which is produced by Steve Coogan’s Baby Cow, Jones’ Tidy Productions and Fulwell 73, which is co-owned by Corden. Gavin & Stacey is one of the most-watched sitcoms of all time and the 2019 Christmas special was the most-watched show in a decade at more than 18 million viewers. Are you happy it’s returning? Let us know in the comments. READ MORE: ITV Loose Women’s Linda Robson breaks silence on ‘sad’ end of 34-year marriage and takes swipe at ex READ MORE: Netflix release first trailer of film about Prince Andrew’s infamous Newsnight interview Deadline also reports that the majority of the main cast will likely return for the special. Other than Corden and Jones, Gavin & Stacey stars Matthew Horne and Joanna Page in the titular roles along with an ensemble cast including Rob Brydon, Alison Steadman, Larry Lamb and Julia Davis. The last episode ended with a cliffhanger, with Nessa (Jones) proposing to Smithy (Corden). The nature of the cliffhanger has led fans to believe that the show will return. All of the main cast members are expected to return. WalesOnline have approached the BBC for comment. Gavin & Stacey airs on BBC One and BBC iPlayer. For the latest TV & Showbiz news, sign up to our newsletter.

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