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Tracey Ullman's Show Series 2 Starts Production!


Production on series 2 of "Tracey Ullman's Show" began last Monday, June 27, 2016! Filming is expected to last a total of seven weeks. Expect the new series in January 2017 on BBC One! 

Photos courtesy of Caroline Norris and Electra.





Out and About

Tracey took in a few shows while in London in early June...

Tracey went to see friend Michael Brandon (and Tracey Ullman's Show co-star) in "Off the King's Road" on June 3, 2016 in London.


Tracey with Michael (above, below)



Tracey with Glynis Barber and Cherie Lunghi

On June 2, 2016, Tracey attended the launch of "Swan Lake" at The Royal Albert Hall in London.


(L-R) Tracey, Sally-Anne Heap, Olivia Grant, Gemma Arterton and Irene Whilton



Tracey with Arlene Phillips (above, below)



Tracey with James Doyal


Tracey with Arlene Phillips


Tracey with James Doyal



Tracey Takes On NY!


Tracey To Become 100th Guest Host of Have I Got News for You



From Chortle:

Tracey Ullman is to become the 100th guest host of Have I Got News For You, the BBC has announced. 

She will take the chair in the second episode of the 51st series, which airs on Friday April 15. 

The comic actor, who recently returned to BBC One for the first time in 30 years for her own sketch series, said: ‘I am really looking forward to appearing on a national treasure.’ 

Outnumbered creator Andy Hamilton and BBC News anchor Clive Myrie will be the guests on her episode.

Have I Got News For You returns next Friday with Stephen Mangan at the helm and German comedian Henning Wehn among the panelists.

The series will also see Frankie Boyle, Gary Lineker and Katherine Ryan host for the first time.

Other hosts confirmed include Victoria Coren Mitchell, Jo Brand, David Tennant, and Martin Clunes, while panellists will include Romesh Ranganathan, Eddie Izzard, Diane Morgan and Andrew Neil. 

Guests have hosted the topical comedy quiz since Angus Deayton lost the host’s job in 2002 amid a string of tabloid stories about his personal life.

Alexander Armstrong holds the record for the most appearances in the chair, with 27, followed by Jo Brand (15) and Jack Dee (13).