Exciting new BBC comedy starring TWO Still Game stars begins filming

THE BBC has announced that filming is already well underway on an exciting new comedy series.

Dinosaur – from the creators of hit TV Fleabag – tells the story of an autistic woman in her 30s and features TWO great still game stars.

Dinosaur is a six-part series starring Scottish comedian Ashley Story


Dinosaur is a six-part series starring Scottish comedian Ashley Story
Greg Hemphill (left) and Sanjeev Kohli (center) also appear on the show


Greg Hemphill (left) and Sanjeev Kohli (center) also appear on the showPhoto credit: BBC

Scottish comedian Ashley Story stars as Nina, who loves life with her sister.

And as the daughter of Glasgow comedian Janey Godley, she’s no stranger to comedy.

The actor commented: “I’m so excited that we have started filming, I’m thrilled to bring Glasgow to the world in all its magical beauty!”

And discerning TV fans will recognize two familiar faces as Still Game’s Greg Hemphill and Sanjeev Kohli – better known as Victor and Navid respectively – leave Craiglang to star in the upcoming sitcom.

The Forgotten Still Game child star is unrecognizable 19 years after the iconic episode
Kevin Bridges argues with his neighbors after a boozy 2am party with Still Game star

The Glasgow-based show also stars River City’s Sally Howitt and Bridgerton star Lorn Macdonald.

Creator Matilda Curtis commented, “I’m thrilled that the series is moving forward with such an amazing cast.”

“It was a pleasure working on the scripts with the very gifted Ashley Storrie.”

The six-part series will be broadcast on BBC Three and the BBC Scotland Channel.

Elsewhere, two Still Game stars reunited during a train ride and fans were ecstatic.

And a forgotten still game child star looks unrecognizable nineteen years after his brief appearance on the series.

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