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Miranda 3 Seasons 2010

Trying to get over Gary, Miranda decides to move on and reinvent herself.

Starring:
Tom Ellis, Patricia Hodge

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1. The New Me

Stevie attempts to stop Miranda spending all time in her pyjamas eating biscuits following Gary's departure to Hong Kong

AGES-15-AND-OVER Runtime: 28 minutes Release date: 15 November 2010
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2. Before I Die

Miranda becomes concerned about what people would say at her funeral. So, when Tilly and Penny organise a charity wine-tasting, she thinks that maybe she should volunteer at an old people's home or do a parachute jump. But things don't go to plan.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Runtime: 29 minutes Release date: 22 November 2010
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3. Let's Do It

Miranda finds herself with two dates and two men vying for her affections. But things are never simple for Miranda and soon it looks like she could loose her dream man.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Runtime: 29 minutes Release date: 29 November 2010
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4. A New Low

There's a new girl on the block and Miranda and Stevie struggle to keep up with her youthful energy and frenetic lifestyle

AGES-15-AND-OVER Runtime: 29 minutes Release date: 6 December 2010
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5. Just Act Normal

Miranda finds it hard to convince her friends that she is not having a breakdown. And an incident in the park with an ice cream van, a handsome jogger, a teacher and a class of six-year-old children doesn't help.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Runtime: 29 minutes Release date: 13 December 2010
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6. The Perfect Christmas

In the final episode of the series, Miranda tries to have the perfect Christmas, but with a mum and dad like hers, it's not easy

AGES-15-AND-OVER Runtime: 29 minutes Release date: 20 December 2010
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Product Details

Genres Comedy
Starring Tom Ellis, Patricia Hodge
Supporting actors Sarah Holland, James Holmes, Sally Phillips
Season year 2010
Network 4OD
Purchase rights Stream instantly Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

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I think Miranda Hart herself was a little worried about this second series, not really knowing if the public would be as thrilled the second time round.It was logical that she should be. Last year she surprised most in offering a sit com that hadn't been done for years and that many (me among them) found pure comic genius.I just adored her character, so full of human frailties, so full of warmth.When I sat in front of the first episode I must admit I thought to myself 'Can she do it again? Has she had time to garner some new ideas and make a show that will be both similar to the old one in everything we love about it but that will also spring some good surprises?' The first two shows, although they contained some great moments made me fear the second series would be inferior but then... came episode three... I must have watched it twenty times at least by now and it still makes me laugh. I can't tire of it. From the moment Miranda and Gary stepped into that posh restaurant and from the moment I saw Miranda's face after Gary suggested they should give it a try it was firework after firework of sheer enjoyment, from the fire, to the burps, to the 'al dente' moment, to the bees, to the wax trapped Miranda, to the stallions in her flat, to her mother's "Go Miranda".... it must have been 20 years since I laughed that much.... Simply brilliant!! Yes, of course, the episode with the psychologist is the weakest but on the whole, Miranda Hart has managed to do what I thought she couldn't... she has surpassed herself! And as long as she is willing to lull us with that wonderful voice of hers, I will be willing to listen...
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I simply cannot get enough of Miranda and the second series is no different. It's funny, suitable for all the family and actually really clever. A few people (snobs) slag it off saying it is immature and idiotic but that is just because they haven't given it a go and embraced that a bit of silly humour never did anyone any harm! Funny, funny stuff and puts a smile on my face every time.

Miranda is brill but so are all the other characters making it one of my favourite sitcoms of all time. Hooray for Miranda Hart!

My only gripe is that it's taken sooo long to be released on DVD as I have watched the first season too many times to admit to! Cannot wait for the third season. SUCH FUN!
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I loved the first series of Miranda, and I loved this series even more! The comic timing of Miranda Hart gets better and better, and I think this is funnier than the first, I was in stitches! My partner finds the humour a bit same-y and repetitive, but I think that is what gives this series its charm and comedic value! Similarly I also liked the development of the supporting characters, as well as seeing more of Miranda as her best!!

I think fans of the first series will not be disappointed!
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After the brilliance of the debut season it was always going to be hard to create something better for Season 2 and this proves that the second series of anything is a bit like that difficult second album. The dilemma, it seems, is much the same - stick to the tried and trusted formula that worked so well before? Or come up with something new and fresh and risk the people who loved you the first time around abandoning you faster than you can say 'What fun!'?

For the most part, Miranda Hart has opted here for the former and, in doing so, has come up with something that ploughs pretty much the same furrows as the first series. There's nothing wrong with that - it works, to a degree, whilst never troubling the original series' inventiveness or innovation. And the truth is that if you liked series 1, there's no reason at all why you won't also enjoy series 2.

The problem, though, is that none of the characters appear to have developed very much. We don't expect Miranda to have become less clumsy or awkward, but I had rather hoped that Stevie might have become marginally less irritating - and that the scripts might not have continued to have been contrived in order to give Stevie (Sarah Hadland) the opportunity to do the rather irritating Heather Small impression in every episode.

Sally Phillips is, as always, outstanding - so, too, Patricia Hodge.

But there are fewer laughs here than in series 1, fewer moments of inspired physical comedy, fewer clever pieces to camera. It's almost as though Hart has suffered from TV exec pressure to write a follow-up quickly and, in doing so, has had a smaller pool of genuinely funny ideas on which to draw.

It's still funny. You still want to watch every episode. You just don't howl with laughter quite so much.
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I enjoyed series 2 better than series 1. The session in the psychotherapist with just two of the regulars was a gem - portraying their innermost fears. I could sense a parallel with the 1961 Tony Hancock "Bedsitter".

On the DVD are some interviews, which were available by pressing the red button when broadcast: one for each episode but of course, I saw thee as a block, some days after I had watched the actual programmes. Not so sure how well these worked - the style was not crisp enough for me, but perhaps that is because there was less likely to be a script as such and some comedians or comediennes do find the script, even if written by themselves as essential. There were a lot of 'yeahs' but is that common amongst people these days? However some illuminating facts such as Clare Balding and she were at the same school, and there is a hint that she might be prone to 'trouser coughs'!

However as that was a bonus I still feel it deserves five stars. It made me, what I call, laugh.
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