Returning for another three episode mini-series, the Armando Iannucci show really starts to find its footing and work out the show it wants to be, with much more focus now on Peter Capaldi’s Malcolm, who is the clear comedic stand out.

The behind the scenes look at British politics mixes that very British office environment with a high action and stressful world of politics.

Chris Addison also really starts to shine here as his Ollie begins to get dragged into the depraved world of Malcom and his Downing Street enforcers.

The show still doesn’t quite have the urgency and laugh out loud hilarity that ‘Veep’, the American version of this show had, but it’s certainly very good and seems like it is continuing to get better.

Rating = 3.5/5

Published by samhowe98

My name is Sam Howe, and I am a Film and Screenwriting graduate. I have a passionate interest in the Film and Television industry and hope to be able to provide a personalised, entertaining and in depth look in all aspects of the industry. I will produce reviews, box office reports and predictions, general blog posts, and much more. Thank you for joining me on this journey and I hope this blog proves helpful and enjoyable reading for people.

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