One of the most recent entries in this slideshow, Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie sees the show’s original actresses reprising their roles one last time.
No one compares to Steve Coogan. Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa, the movie about his ever-popular news personality character, proves just how golden he is.
Mr. Bean is more than capable of thriving no matter what the medium—whether it’s television or film, Mr. Bean might be the real King of England.
A feature film spinoff of Da Ali G Show starring Sacha Baron Cohen, Borat showed Americans what they were missing when it came to the comedian’s genius brand of humor.
Not that far off from Borat, Brüno is yet another spinoff of Sacha Baron Cohen’s Da Ali G Show. This time, instead of lampooning real Americans’ reactions to a Middle Eastern man, Cohen tackles their perceptions of gay men.
Strangely enough, The Office (UK) had a movie made about Ricky Gervais’s lead character back in 2016 that followed David Brent as he tried to make it as a singer-songwriter.
This one’s strange—Edge of Darkness, that Mel Gibson movie from the early 2010s, comes from an old British TV show of the same name.
The minds behind The Thick of It have gone on to do great things, but not before bringing their hilariously incompetent parliament workers to American government with In the Loop.
Almost everyone likely knows about the Monty Python movies, even if they aren’t as familiar with the sketch troupe’s early beginnings on television.
Based on the popular raunchy comedy The Inbetweeners, this feature film (and its subsequent sequel) followed the show’s leads as they leave school behind for more exotic locales.