RDXII Chris Barrie and Robert Llewellyn talk Red Dwarf 12, 13 AND 14!!

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  1. DivineVarod

    DivineVarod Catering Officer

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    Chris and Robert reveal some interesting things in this new interview!!
     
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    Nice interview. Robert and Chris as usual come across as really affable people.
     
  3. talkie3000

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    Wish i could be more excited about the prospect of 2 or 3 more series but after Series 6 the show has just been a bumpy messy ride which i don't see improving at this point.
     
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    That's really interesting and promising news that there may be another two series. Still shame - with Robert saying about how old they will be - it sounds like it is years off.

    As long as they can keep coming up with strong ideas and it remains of the quality of series 11 then I would like it to continue. But if it deteriorated in quality either with series 12 or after then maybe it would be better for it to go out on a high as all good things - well great things (best TV programme ever IMHO) - must come to an end.

    But basically if Doug can maintain the quality of his writing and can be inspired with some more new ideas/innovations then I am all for more RD! Like I said, just a shame it sounds like years off though. Still at least we have series 12 in just three months time though - such a brilliant idea to film 2 series back to back rather than just having one series or mini-series several years apart each time.
     

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