Martin Clunes has denied Men Behaving Badly’s return, adding that it’s “not recently” and that another series is unlikely.

His actor rose to fame in the youth flat-share comedy, which aired on ITV and BBC from 1992 to 1998 and featured Clunes as Gary Strang alongside Neil Morrissey’s Tony Smart.

Filming for the tenth and final series of the ITV drama Doc Martin began in February of this year in the Cornish fishing village of Port Isaac, and Clunes has cast the grumpy Dr. Martin Ellingham as the show’s lead since it first aired in 2004. I have acted.


Martin Clunes is filming the final series for Doc Martin (Ian West/PA)

He told Saga magazine when asked if the men in another series could act badly: Not recently. I mean, we talked about things like Kylie Minogue’s buttocks and compared them to racehorses.

“How can we do that now?

“But I couldn’t even get the kind of show that Doc Martin currently commissioned.

“Someone will say, ‘Where is the prostitute killed in the opening scene?'”

Doc Martin’s eight-episode final series is reportedly set to air next month, and a Christmas special is also planned for ITV later this year.

The actor, who has played GP for more than a decade with his surly bedside demeanor and phobia of blood, says playing a doctor didn’t make him an “unlikely sex symbol.”

He told Saga: Not that I know. I doubt there is sex in the minds of Mrs. Doc Martens fans.

“The smart suit and the whole medical thing might be a little glamorous. But honestly, no one throws knickers at me or capers like that.”

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“What we have is The Clunatics, a global band of fans who are friends with each other, stay in touch and frequent Port Isaac, Cornwall, where we’re filming.

Sometimes they bring gifts. A lady from Australia recently brought me a stuffed platypus.


BBC-1 series stars Martin Clunes (top right) and Neil Morrissey, Leslie Ash (bottom left) and Caroline Quentin (Rebecca Naden/PA)

The actor turned 60 last year and spoke about the benefits of getting older: For example, when I was younger, I didn’t really like it when my appearance was insulted or my ears were “humiliated.”

“I think my ears are pretty great now. I realize they’ve given me a role that otherwise I might not have.”

Filming Doc Martin, with several cameos from Hollywood star Sigourney Weaver, was a family affair for Clunes, produced by his wife of more than 20 years, Philippa Braithwaite.

He vowed that the final Doc Martens series would be “very dramatic, very emotional”, adding: And the long-awaited Christmas special.

“I threw the kitchen sink over there too. No one is disappointed.”

Production company Buffalo Pictures has also tentatively announced a documentary, Doc Martin – A Celebration, giving fans a behind-the-scenes glimpse into the final series.

The September issue of Saga Magazine will be released on August 23rd.

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