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Pardon the Expression – 1965 to 1966 – This Coronation Street spinoff sees Mr. Swindley acting as deputy manager at the Dobson and Hawks department store. 

Parents – 2012 – A businesswoman finds out her husband has lost their life savings on the day she loses her job, and they have to go live with her parents. 

Paris – 1994 – This series features the escapades of a French artist (with an English accent) trying to get famous in 1920s Paris. – Mark and Jez are flatmates and complete opposites who constantly manage to find trouble. 

People Just Do Nothing – 2014 to present – This mockumentary follows a group of bad wannabe MCs from West London. 

Perfect Scoundrels – 1990 to 1992 – Two con-men travel around and defraud people. 

Peter Kay's Car Share – 2015 to 2018 – Two grocery store employees participate in their company’s car-share scheme, and each episode takes place during their commute. 

PhoneShop – 2009 to 2013 – This sitcom follows the lives of misfit employees at a phone store. 

Playing the Field – 1998 to 2002 – A poorly-managed female football team out of South Yorkshire has very little chance of winning anything, but they do try. 

Plaza Patrol – 1991 – Two men work as highly incompetent mall security guards. 

Please Sir! – 1968 to 1972 – While the other teachers at his school have lost hope, a hapless and kind-hearted teacher sees the good in his students. 

Plebs – 2013 to present – Three young men make their way in Ancient Rome. 

Pompidou – 2015 – Having fallen on hard times, an aristocrat is forced to live in a camper with his butler and his dog. 

Porkpie – 1995 to 1996 – A struggling lollipop man (crossing guard) borrows a pound to buy a lottery ticket and wins. 

Porridge – 1973 to 1977 – This prison comedy features a man trying to do his time honestly and stay out of trouble.

Porters – 2017 to present – When an enthusiastic hospital porter shows up for his first day at work, his fellow porters give him a rude awakening.

Pramface – 2012 to 2014 – A young woman near Edinburgh sleeps with a younger boy at a party and gets pregnant. 

Psychoville – 2009 to 2011 – When a bunch of strangers receive the same note, their lives begin to fall apart.

Pulling – 2006 to 2009 – While celebrating her hen night, Donna realizes she’s missed out on the single life and calls off her wedding. 

Punchdrunk – 1993 – This Glasgow-based boxing comedy didn’t last long, but it did feature Diana Hardcastle (Best Exotic Marigold Hotel) in an early role.  

Puppy Love – 2014 – Two women share a friendship as they cope with rowdy dogs, difficult teenagers, and imperfect husbands. 

Pure – 2019 to present – 24-year-old Marnie suffers from a form of OCD nicknamed “Pure O” for the focused sexual thoughts it causes. 

Quacks – 2017 – This zany and occasionally absurdist comedy follows four doctors in Victorian London. 

Rab C. Nesbitt – 1988 to 2014 – A “proud of it” lowlife talks to the camera about life as he sees it from his drunken perspective in Glasgow. 

Raffles – 1975 to 1977 – Raffles is a celebrity cricket player and an expert jewel thief.

Raised by Wolves – 2013 to 2016 – A single mother raises her large family in a not-so-conventional way. 

Red Dwarf – 1988 to present – In the far future, the last human lives aboard a spaceship with a highly evolved cat-man.

Reggie Perrin – 2009 to 2010 – Martin Clunes stars in this remake of the classic Reginald Perrin stories.

Relative Strangers – 1985 to 1987 – A cocky teenage son comes to live with his estranged father. 

Rev – 2010 to 2014 – This sitcom follows the adventures of an Anglican vicar, his wife, and his run-down inner-city parish. 

Rising Damp – 1974 to 1978 – Tenants show up their nasty landlord in different ways.

Robin's Nest – 1977 to 1981 – Robin is a chef with a girlfriend and business in this spinoff of Man About the House. 

Rock & Chips – 2010 to 2011 – This spinoff of Only Fools and Horses serves as a prequel about Del Boy's teenage years. 

Roger Roger – 1996 to 2003 – This dramedy revolves around a mini-cab firm in London.

Roll Over Beethoven – 1985 – A heavy metal musician falls for a classical music teacher in an English village. 

Romany Jones – 1972 to 1975 – A sweet young couple move into a caravan site next door to a disgusting old couple. 

Room at the Bottom – 1986 to 1988 – A failed drama producer is demoted to the quiz show department.

Room Service – 1979 – Hotel staff members manage to get into all sorts of trouble. 

Round Planet – 2016 – Matt Lucas stars as nature documentarian Armstrong Wedgewood in this parody of nature programs. 

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