Still Game – BBC Scotland

Iconic BBC comedy Still Game will premiere its ninth – and final series – on the new BBC Scotland channel and features BAA’s Maureen Carr, Kevin Lennon and Joanna Tope.

The six-part comedy series, made by BBC Studios, will debut on the new channel followed by BBC One when it airs Still Game later in the year, giving fans two chances to bid a fond farewell to pensioner pals Jack and Victor, as they go into TV comedy retirement.

The series begins on 24th February on the new BBC Scotland channel.

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