Catastrophe 4 begins filming early June
The fourth series of Sharon Horgan and Rob Delaney’s comedy Catastrophe starts filming in the first week of June.
First broadcast on Channel 4 in 2015, the show comes from Avalon, Horgan’s company Merman and Birdbath Productions.
It has been nominated for several high-profile gongs including a Primetime Emmy for Outstanding Writing and a Writers’ Guild of Great Britain Best TV Sitcom Award.
Horgan and Delaney are also among the executive producers on Catastrophe, with Ben Taylor directing and Jack Bayles producing.
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