Peep Show Series 3

Bill Cummings 27/10/2006

The third in the series of the Golden Rose-winning sitcom, Peep Show is available for the first time on DVD from 6th November 2006. Following on from the huge success of series 1 and 2, the complete Peep Show Series 3 DVD features all six episodes plus a wealth of never before seen exclusive DVD extras.

To coincide with the release of Peep Show 3, the Peep Show 1 - 3 Boxset is also released on 6th November (RRP 29.99). The boxset features series 1, 2 and 3 in their entirety plus all additional extra's and bonus material.

Peep Show 3(probably our favourite comedy show on Television at present) continues to follow the domestic adventures of: "Mark (David Mitchell) and Jeremy (Robert Webb), two late-twentysomething flatmates living in south London . As ever, viewers are party to Mark and Jeremy's innermost thoughts as the dysfunctional duo try in vain to find their place in modern culture, to grow up and maybe even find love and fulfilment.

Mark's the sensible one, a professional brogue-wearer with a slightly disconcerting interest in World War Two. Jeremy is the loose cannon, a lazy waster with dodgy friends who dreams of becoming a musician but can never get his act together (or up in the morning). As ever, their deepest, darkest thoughts and feelings are revealed as they try in vain to find their place in the modern world and to find love and fulfilment.

After two years, Mark finally gets together with his beloved Sophie (Olivia Colman) but is distraught when she's relocated to Bristol . Meanwhile, Jeremy tries to get over his disastrous marriage to American beauty Nancy by embarking on a series of unwise relationships with old flame Big Suze (Sophie Winkleman), the defendant in a court case, and worst of all, Mark's sister.

Intimidating plumbers, mental illness, muggers and casual drug use - it's just another average day-in-the-life of Mark and Jeremy."

Peep Show is produced by Objective Productions, directed by Tristam Shapeero (Smack the Pony, Green Wing, I'm Alan Partridge) and produced by Phil Clarke (Big Train, Brass Eye). Peep Show is written by Jesse Armstrong & Sam Bain (Smack the Pony).