Space Enterprises has been appointed as licensing agent for "Come Fly With Me," the new comedy from Matt Lucas and David Walliams, the creators of "Little Britain."
Based in an airport, "Come Fly With Me" is set to air Christmas Day on BBC 1 and the new show features Walliams and Lucas in a variety of roles. "Come Fly With Me" is the first sketch show the pair have put together since "Little Britain," a series that featured sharp writing and hilarious characters such as Daffyd "the only gay in the village" Thomas, Marjorie "Fatfighters" Dawes and Lou and Andy.
"'Come Fly With Me' promises to be absolutely huge," says Steve O'Pray, managing director at Space Enterprises. "It's been a while since the Little Britain guys put out any new material so the anticipation surrounding this show is immense and the property has massive potential in licensing terms."