My Family (series 6)

My Family (series 6)
My Family Series 6
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Country of origin UK
No. of episodes 9
+ Christmas Special
Broadcast
Original channel BBC
Original run 10 March 2006 – 25 December 2006
Home video release
DVD release date 28 July 2007
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The sixth series of BBC family sitcom My Family originally aired between March 10, 2006, and December 25, 2006. The series was commissioned following consistently high ratings from the previous series. The opening episode, "Bliss For Idiots", re-introduces the six main characters, with the addition of Alfie Butts, played by Rhodri Meilir. All episodes from the sixth series are thirty minutes long, excluding the Christmas special. The series was originally due to contain nine episodes, as per the following seasons, but due to the outcome of two episodes ("Return Of The Living Dad" and "All I Have To Give") being so poor, cast members Robert Lindsay and Zoë Wanamaker refused them to be aired.[1] It is unknown if these episodes still exist, or whether they were destroyed by the production company. The series was once again produced by Rude Boy Productions[2], a company that produces comedies created by Fred Barron.[3] The series was filmed at Pinewood Studios in London, [4] in front of a live audience.[5]

Contents

Episode Information

Episode Number Broadcast Date Title Written by
66 – 6.1 10 March 2006 "Bliss For Idiots" Brian Leveson & Paul Minett
67 – 6.2 17 March 2006 "The Spokes Person" Brian Leveson, Paul Minett, Bert Tyler-Moore, George Jeffrie and Tess Morris
68 – 6.3 31 March 2006 "Dentally Unstable" Andrea Solomons
69 – 6.4 Unaired "Return Of The Living Dad" Andrea Solomons
70 – 6.5 7 April 2006 "Living The Dream" Tom Leopold
71 – 6.6 14 April 2006 "An Embarrassment Of Susans" Steve Armogida & Jim Armogida
72 – 6.7 Unaired "All I Have To Give" Steve Armogida & Jim Armogida
73 – 6.8 21 April 2006 "And Other Animals" Tom Leopold
74 – 6.9 28 April 2006 "The Art Of Being Susan" Brian Leveson & Paul Minett
75 – 6.10 25 December 2006 "The Heart Of Christmas" Brian Leveson & Paul Minett

Reception

Viewers

The series was once again given a Friday evening prime-time slot, with most episodes being aired at 8:30pm. The opening episode of the series gained 7.17 million viewers, becoming the second most watched programme of the week.[6]. The sixth series averaged 6.35 million viewers for each episode.

Rank Episode Viewership Audience Percentage
1 The Spokes Person 7.42 million
2 Bliss For Idiots 7.17 million
3 Dentally Unstable 6.41 million
4 Living The Dream 6.28 million
5 The Art Of Being Susan 6.22 million
6 And Other Animals 6.17 million
7 An Embarrassment Of Susans 6.10 million
8 The Heart Of Christmas 5.09 million

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External links


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