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When is Martin Freeman's Sky comedy Breeders on TV?

1 month ago   |   By Radio Times

Martin Freeman is returning to comedy with a new Sky series from Peep Show writer Simon Blackwell.
Breeders promises to take a no holds barred look at the true nature of parenthood, with Freeman starring opposite Back to Life ‘s Daisy Haggard.
Here's everything you need to know about Breeders...
When is Breeders on TV?
CONFIRMED: The series premieres in the UK and Ireland on Thursday 12th March at 10pm on Sky One and streaming service NOW TV.
Is there a trailer for Breeders?
Yes! Martin Freeman and Daisy Haggard can be seen in this first trailer, released as a RadioTimes.com exclusive...
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