Extras

Episodes
1:22:00

Special

3.0 4 x
Relive the hilarity and emotion of the final instalment of Extras, the multi-award winning and critically acclaimed series written and starring Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant.
29:00

Season 2, Episode 6 (Ross)

3.0 2 x
Andy has a new celebrity chum but seems to be leaving his old best friend Maggie, and his useless agent behind.
31:00

Season 2, Episode 5 (Sir Ian Mckellen)

3.0 0 x
In pursuit of credibility, Andy takes a role in a play directed by Sir Ian McKellen - if only his agent had told him it was about gay lovers.
29:00

Season 2, Episode 4 (Chris Martin)

3.0 5 x
In Honour of the late comedy legend Ronnie Corbett we revisit his 2006 guest appearance in Extras. Andy's sitcom has received a BAFTA nomination and Coldplay's Chris Martin wants a guest role on the show.
31:00

Season 2, Episode 3 (Radcliffe)

3.0 0 x
Andy incurs the wrath of the British press, meanwhile on the set of his new film, Daniel Radcliffe is trying his staggeringly poor chat-up lines on anything female.
30:00

Season 2, Episode 1 (Orlando)

3.0 17 x
Andy starts filming his classy sitcom but the BBC has different ideas about the comedy. Orlando Bloom guest stars.
30:00

Season 1, Episode 6 (Patrick)

3.0 13 x
Andy befriends Patrick Stewart from Star Trek fame in an effort to get his script noticed.
30:00

Season 1, Episode 5 (Sam)

3.0 21 x
Armed with capsicum spray, truncheons and two-way radios, Andy and Maggie find themselves on the film set with Hollywood A-lister and super cool action man, Samuel L Jackson.
30:00

Season 1, Episode 4 (Les Dennis)

3.0 33 x
Never giving up hope, Andy Millman is over the moon, well sort of, when he finally gets his big break.
30:00

Season 1, Episode 3 (Kate)

3.0 34 x
In an effort to hopefully win her first Oscar, Kate Winslet takes on a challenging film role-playing a nun responsible for hiding Jews from the Nazis.
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