‘Benidorm’ returns to the screen for a 6th season

STRONG BONDS: ‘Benidorm’ cast members posing with the Mayor and other personalities.

THE sixth season of TV series ‘Benidorm’ is to return to the screen in March 2013. The show’s writer Derren Litten announced this during an official ceremony held to honour his contribution to tourism in the town.

In front of a crowd of expatriates, Mayor Agustin Navarro unveiled a commemorative plaque which can be found between Morgan’s Tavern and the Sol Pelicanos Hotel.

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    • tom Harris

      03 February 2013 • 23:48

      I want to know when is the date I march

      Reply
    • Neil Pinkney

      10 February 2013 • 12:05

      Would love to see Johnny Vegas back !!
      The double act with the mother was classic comedy gold! 🙂

      Reply
    • Jack Russell

      15 February 2013 • 15:51

      Would prefer to see Johnny Vagas then Tim HealyJack

      Reply
    • Robert Gilfillan

      21 February 2013 • 19:58

      One of the best comedies on TV in a long time.The cast and story lines are brilliant -esp the excellant Sheila Reid.One of the few comedies which genuinley makes you laugh out loud.I can’t wait for the new series.

      Reply
    • peter flint

      26 February 2013 • 16:11

      Is Steven Pemberton and family performing

      Reply
    • Gloria

      26 February 2013 • 19:31

      I do hope it returns with the same “slapstick, carry on” comedy it had in the first and second series. Unfortunately, the third, fourth and fifth series had lost its magic and feel to those classic 70’s comedy.

      Reply
    • Gloria

      26 February 2013 • 19:32

      I do hope it returns with the same “slapstick, carry on” comedy it had in the first and second series. Unfortunately, the third, fourth and fifth series had lost its magic and feel to those classic 70’s comedy.

      Reply
    • Gloria

      26 February 2013 • 19:33

      I do hope it returns with the same “slapstick, carry on” comedy it had in the first and second series. Unfortunately, the third, fourth and fifth series had lost its magic and feel to those classic 70’s comedy.

      Reply
    • Sungidua

      28 February 2013 • 18:58

      That idiot healey should be dropped he never was any good in any TV programme, J V is the man.

      Reply

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