In the first two seasons, An Idiot Abroad has featured Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant's pal Karl Pilkington begrudgingly trekking across the globe, having adventures and attempting to absorb some culture. For the series' final season, Gervais has given Pilkington a traveling companion. Life's Too Short star Warwick Davis has come along for the ride in Season 3 of the funny travel show, which makes its official stateside debut on Science Saturday night.
Those across the pond have already seen the start of the third season of Ricky Gervais' An Idiot Abroad, and while those of us in the U.S. have to wait for Season 3 to make its debut here, on the bright side, Science has confirmed that they will be premiering the third season of the show early next year. And we have the episode descriptions for the three installments.
Ricky Gervais has made two big announcements regarding his TV future. HBO's Life's Too Short will be getting a second season, and Gervais is also creating a spin-off of An Idiot Abroad called The Short Way Round.
While Karl Pilkington may not be celebrating the Bucket Listís worth of daring and uncomfortable tasks heís set to compete during the second season of An Idiot Abroad, Pilkington, Ricky Gervais, and Stephen Merchant can celebrate the hefty ratings boost the seriesí second season premiere earned on the Science channel this weekend.
Ricky Gervais has a number of TV projects set to hit the small screen in America this year, including the U.S. premiere of his new show Lifeís Too Short on HBO next month, and further down the line, the return of The Ricky Gervais Show. Meanwhile this Saturday (January 21), An Idiot Abroad 2: The Bucket List airs on the Science channel.
Those of you who have been waiting for the second season of An Idiot Abroad to premiere have only to count down about a week. The series returns to the Science Channel next Saturday as Karl Pilkington tackles a bucket list of ridiculous and dangerous tasks for our entertainment.
Ricky Gervais must be one of the busiest people in show business. Perhaps not one of the busiest people in Hollywood, mind you (even if he's hosting the Golden Globes), because, unlike a lot of talented people who find success in America, the majority of his projects are still developed and aired on British television. However, that doesn't mean we don't get to enjoy the funny promos for all of his series, including these new spots for An Idiot Abroad 2: The Bucket List.
Over the last decade, very few people have made me laugh out loud as often as Ricky Gervais. This may not seem that special, but when you consider that the man has had his hands in several television projects and every single one of them has been funny...well, that's just impressive. And much to my delight, his newest show, Life's Too Short, seems to be well on its way.
If youíve heard Ricky Gervaisís hilarious podcast then you know that, even though Rickyís a really funny guy, the podcast isnít actually funny because of him. Itís funny because Karl Pilkington