Is the Comedy Duo Mitchell and Webb Really 'Back'?

Is the Comedy Duo Mitchell and Webb Really 'Back'?

By Christine Brandel

Mitchell and Webb's created personas culminated in their groundbreaking sitcom, Peep Show. Reuniting for new series Back, will it be more of the same? Does that even matter? 25 Sep 2017 // 2:30 AM

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Mitchell and Webb's created personas culminated in their groundbreaking sitcom, Peep Show. Reuniting for new series Back, will it be more of the same? Does that even matter?

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