When is David Mitchell's Outsiders coming back? : Other news 2022 – Chortle
And which comedians are taking part?
The broadcast date has been revealed for the second series of Outsiders, in which David Mitchell challenges comedians to prove they can fend for themselves in the wild.
IAs previously announced, the comedians taking part in series two are Maisie Adam, Fatiha El-Ghorri, Darren Harriott, Jessica Hynes, Phil Wang and Joe Wilkinson.
Mitchell said ‘I’m so glad that Outsiders is coming back and I can’t wait to really get stuck in to the routine of going home to a comfortable bed every evening, leaving a bunch of comedians to fend for themselves in the mud and scratch some sort of civilisation out of the dust.’
The series returns at 10pm on Thursday November 16.
UKTV commissioning editor Mark Iddon said: ‘We loved making season one with David and his gang of comics and very excited to do it all again with a fresh batch of recruits. Let’s see what the great British outdoors (and David) can throw at them this time.’
Published: 25 Oct 2022
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