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‘Last Week Tonight’ Producer Avalon Scores Fake News Comedy For Sky

Last Week Tonight With John Oliver producer Avalon Television has secured its latest high-profile commission, a fake news comedy fronted by British comedian Alistair McGowan. The production company is making ten-part series Re-Dub! (w/t) for Sky One, which will see the Big Impression star and a number of mimics and comedians re-voice a range of clips from the news, politics, entertainment and sport to give an alternate take on the hottest stories of the day.
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