Happy 30 years ago today was the day we were born and we are happy to announce that Happy 30 is the first British television series to be honoured with the UK’s ‘Happy 30th’ birthday.
The series will be screened for the first time on Saturday, January 25, 2019, at the Royal Television Society (RTS) in London.
“It’s a great day to celebrate Happy 30, a British TV series with a big, bold message: It’s OK to be a little bit happy,” said the RTS’ Chief Executive Officer, Richard Leeson.
“We’re delighted that our 30th anniversary celebrations are bringing us together to celebrate our special anniversary with an exclusive Happy 30 screening and the UK debut of Happy 30 in cinemas across the country.
“Happy 30 has been a huge part of my life, and I am so proud to be the proud host of its first UK screening in cinemasy. “
As part of our 30 years of celebrating Happy, the series has been screened in many countries around the world, and with the launch of the series in cinemases, we are looking forward to seeing it screened in our own homes and in our local cinemas,” said Leeson, who added that the series will air in more than 120 cinemas worldwide.
“Happy 30 has been a huge part of my life, and I am so proud to be the proud host of its first UK screening in cinemasy.
I am also incredibly grateful for the incredible support from our global fans and our international partners, who have come together to make this show an even bigger success than ever before.”
The series was created by BBC Television, and aired on the BBC Two television network in the United Kingdom from 2003 to 2015.
It was a hit on the UK broadcast networks, and featured a range of different characters and plots including a detective called Detective Sergeant Dermot, an eccentric scientist named Professor Tumor and a gang of gangsters called the Black Crows.
The show has been nominated for three Emmys, including Best Drama Series, three Golden Globes, a Bafta, two British TV Movie Awards and a Tony Award.
It is also the subject of a British comedy series which is available in the UK and overseas on Netflix.
The RTS’s executive producer, Richard Lewis, said: “We are thrilled to be bringing this show to the Rts this year.
“This is an amazing achievement for the Royal Society, for the RTA, and for our UK viewers. “
Happy 30 has a very special place in our hearts and it will be very special to see it screened on the Royal Theatre. “
This is an amazing achievement for the Royal Society, for the RTA, and for our UK viewers.
Happy 30 is also available in several other countries including Australia, Canada, Germany, Israel, Japan, Mexico, South Korea, Spain, United Kingdom and the United Arab Emirates. “
If you are planning to go to one of the many screenings in the RTP theatres across the United States or Canada, please make sure you book tickets for your local theatre as they may be cheaper than buying them online.”
Happy 30 is also available in several other countries including Australia, Canada, Germany, Israel, Japan, Mexico, South Korea, Spain, United Kingdom and the United Arab Emirates.
The new series will premiere in cinemascores in the US and Canada, and in cinemastores in Mexico, Brazil, Colombia, Colombia and the Dominican Republic on February 13.
It has been commissioned by BBC Worldwide, BBC World News and the RTE.
The UK’s Happy 30 TV Series will air at cinemas in the following cities: Birmingham, Bristol, Glasgow, London, Manchester, Nottingham, Newcastle, Oxford, Sheffield, Sunderland, Swansea and Torquay.
Happy TV will be available on the Amazon Prime Video streaming service starting in early 2019.
Happy TV series is also available for download on iTunes and at the Amazon store.
“Happy 30 will be the first series of our own to be screened on BBC Worldwide’s new, digital platforms, as part of a new partnership with the BBC World Service.
The new series is a natural extension of our existing catalogue of British TV programmes, which have been released on many platforms in the past decade, including Netflix, Apple TV, Vudu, Amazon Fire TV and Xbox One.
We are also delighted to be joining forces with BBC Worldwide to bring the UK to the big screen,” said Simon Leeson – Director of Programming.
The UK’s Happy Movie series is available on Amazon Prime Video, Amazon Kindle, Apple TV, Vudu and Apple TV, and Amazon Fire TV