Miranda Hart’s comedy show, ‘Miranda’ is to move from BBC two to BBC One for its third series.
The show won three prizes at last month’s British Comedy awards, including Best Female Comedy Actress for Miranda.
Miranda said: “I am very grateful to BBC Two for supporting and nurturing me, and trusting my vision for the show.
“Two will always feel like home. Now I feel like I am renting a swish apartment that I hope I don’t look out of place in or break all the furniture.”
George Entwistle, BBC Vision, said: “Miranda’s been a tremendous hit with audiences on BBC Two and I’m very glad she’s let us persuade her to move to BBC One, where we believe we can build an even bigger following for her multi award-winning show.”
The third series will broadcast later this year.
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