Ms Brown’s boys will return to screens for Halloween special as beloved sitcom celebrates 10th anniversary
Mrs Brown’s Boys is set to return to screens for a special Halloween live episode to celebrate 10 years of its first broadcast.
The show’s next special promises to be entertaining, with creator Brendan O’Carroll, 66, returning as the matriarch of the Agnes Brown family.
Upon returning from the comedy, Brendan said: “It is a huge pleasure to do another ‘live’ ‘show for the TBEN.
To recover! Mrs Brown’s Boys set to return to screens for special live Halloween episode to celebrate 10 years of first broadcast
“It will be so wonderful, so see them nervous again.” We’ll do our best to stick to the script, but honestly, a script is just a guideline. Hahaha !! Bring it on!’
Charlotte Moore, TBEN Content Director, added: “I am delighted that we are marking the 10th anniversary of the award-winning Mrs Brown’s Boys coming to TBEN One with this very special live broadcast.”
“A huge thank you to Brendan and the team for entertaining us all so brilliantly for a decade.
Creative Comic: The show’s next special promises to be entertaining, with creator Brendan O’Carroll, 66, returning as Agnes Brown
“I can’t wait to see what Agnes and her family have in store for us for Halloween.”
A TV insider added to The Sun, “Ms. Brown’s boys made Christmas, now is the time to give Halloween a special treat. It’s a great way to give the sitcom a new dose of material and fans will be in for a treat.
“The show’s wardrobe team is going to have a blast, especially when deciding what outfits Agnes will wear.”
Award Winner: The show received a number of awards, including the 2012 BAFTA TV Award for Best Situation Comedy and Best Comedy at the TV Choice Awards the same year
The Irish-British sitcom first aired on TBEN One in 2011 and first aired live in 2016.
The show received numerous awards, including the 2012 BAFTA Television Award for best sitcom and best comedy at the TV Choice Awards that same year.
Brenden was nominated for the BAFTA for Best Male Performance in a Comedy Program in 2012, but lost to Darren Boyd for his role in the comedy series Sky Spy.
It was announced last year that Brendan has signed a deal to make the show a special Christmas every year until 2026.
The star told The Irish Sun at the time: “It’s amazing the TBEN found such a special niche for Ms Brown.
“We’ve been doing this for nine years now, six more than the Royle family and more than Morecambe and Wise.
“This new deal that we signed last week runs until 2026, which means I can become the role, and we have a clause in which ensures that Ms Brown will air at 10 p.m. on Christmas Eve, otherwise we don’t need to do that.
“I wanted this because if it’s not good enough for Christmas Day, then we shouldn’t be making it.”
Deal Made: It was announced last year that Brendan has signed a deal to make the show a Christmas special every year until 2026