Catastrophe 4 begins filming early June

Catastrophe 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.  

Production Intelligence subscribers can log in for more details on the fourth series, which shoots for seven weeks, including the name of the production co-ordinator. 

PI currently has listings for 94 projects in pre-production; non-subscribers can click here to request a free online demo.  
 

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