Still Game (2002)

6
/ 10
1 User Ratings
30m
Running Time

9
Seasons

58
Episodes

September 6, 2002
Release Date

TV
IMDb ratings
8.9
Still Game

Still Game (2002)

6
/ 10
1 User Ratings
30m
Running Time

9
Seasons

58
Episodes

September 6, 2002
Release Date

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Network & Production Companies
BBC ScotlandBBC Scotland

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Release Date
September 6, 2002

Status
Ended

Seasons
9

Episodes
58

Running Time
30m

Genres

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Still Game is a Scottish sitcom, produced by The Comedy Unit with BBC Scotland. It was created by Ford Kiernan and Greg Hemphill, who played the lead characters, Jack Jarvis, Esq and Victor McDade, two Glaswegian pensioners. The characters first appeared in the pair's previous TV sketch show Chewin' the Fat, which aired in Scotland from January 1999 until December 2005.

Following its debut on 6 September 2002, 62 episodes of Still Game were aired, including Christmas and Hogmanay specials, in addition to almost 50 live shows. The first three series were broadcast only on BBC One Scotland, though five episodes selected from the first two series were later broadcast throughout the UK on BBC Two from January to February 2004. From the fourth series, Still Game was broadcast across the UK on BBC Two. After season 6, it seemed that episodes stopped being created due to the two creators getting into an argument and deciding to go their separate ways for many years. The two eventually got back together to make the seventh series in 2016, and the programme was broadcast on BBC One.

It was announced on 13 July 2018 that a ninth and final series would be produced later in the year which would see the characters go into "comedy retirement". The last day of production was on 14 September 2018, and it started airing on 24 February 2019, being one of the first programmes to be shown on the brand new BBC Scotland channel.

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