Diane Morgan To Reprise Philomena Cunk Role For BBC & Netflix’s ‘Cunk On Earth’

UK comedian Diane Morgan’s beloved Philomena Kink character is coming back BBC And Netflix For a ridicule uncovering the mystery of human civilization, for discovering the greatest achievements of mankind.

Charlie Brooker and Annabel Jones’s indie broken and bones is behind kink on the earth, in which Morgan will reprise the role that put her on the comedy map with BBC2’s Kink on Britain.

Morgan, a longtime Brooker collaborator, was most recently seen in Brock & Bones’ Netflix comedy special death by 2021 And kink on earth is the first time Homeland Starr’s shows have been co-produced for the BBC and Netflix, with the US streamer taking the rights outside of the UK and Ireland.

From virtually nothing to virtual reality, Kink will comically tell the story of our great inventions like the wheel, the Mona Lisa, and nuclear power. Along the way, she’ll ask experts tough questions about humanity’s progress, as well as standing near impressive old ruins, or inside museums.

Brooker is co-writing and producing exec, Ben Caudel, Jason Hazley and Joel Morris are also writing and Jones and Ali Marlowe also produce. death to 2021 Head writer Coddell is soon to take on the role of a commissioning editor on John Petrie’s BBC comedy team and was temporarily working on the team last year.

The BBC’s comedy head Tanya Qureshi, who is the commissioning editor on the show, said: “This brilliant new series features Diane and the incredibly talented team at Brock & Bones to brave everything from ancient Rome to the jungles of Silicon Valley. Thank you very much.” ,