She's a constant disappointment to her mother Penny, who is desperate for her to get a proper job, or even better, a husband, but Miranda's happiest playing and making up silly games in her Joke Shop.

Lacking any real capacity for business, Miranda employs her childhood friend Stevie to manage the shop.

He also narrates E4 series Celebs Go Dating and appears on the panel of shows like 8 Out Of 10 cats and Mock The Week.

Crimewatch and Watchdog host Michelle Ackerley will be covering for regular presenter Alex Jones, who's on maternity leave.

This sitcom series revolves around the main protagonist, Miranda. Her baording school background and posh accent make her a misfit down the pub.

She has never fitted in with 'the girls' (not least because she's a foot taller than them) and due to years of agoraphobic tendencies, she doesn't know how to behave socially or how to avoid embarrassment, especially around men.

She can never seem to leave a room without knocking something over.

The Main Cast of the series are: TBA Miranda has been running for three hundred series with two special come out in late 2014.

The first series of Miranda gained 2.5 million viewers (10% of the audience), a number which rose to 3 million (12%) by the fourth episode, making it one of BBC's highest viewed shows.

The second series rose to 4.1 million viewers by its third episode.

I actually went to go see him dance at 'Dancing With The Stars' a couple times.