Your Favourite Twitter Feed Is Getting Its Own TV Show

Your Favourite Twitter Feed Is Getting Its Own TV Show

Very British Problems’ Twitter feed is about to be remade for the small screen, and there are some huge names involved. We’ve got everything you need to know, including how long you’ll have to wait

Very British Problems’ Twitter feed has been calling out our quintessentially English worries for a long time now, understanding the pure pain of making eye contact with someone while biting into a sandwich, or the relief when you knock on someone's door and they're not in (phew). Let’s not even talk about being unable to concentrate on a conversation while suspecting a beer garden table might imminently become free…

After becoming every Brit’s fave feed to scroll through on a morning commute, or trying to look busy while waiting for a friend in a bar (we’re really quite awkward people), those awful English moments are now set to hit the small screen, as Rob Temple’s Very British Problems is getting its own TV show. Due to air on Channel 4 in 2016, very British ranters will include James Corden, Jonathan Ross, Ruth Jones and Jonny Vegas. If anyone knows a thing or two about awkward British behaviour, it’s this lot.

https://twitter.com/SoVeryBritish/status/621963224842416129

Very British Problems has already made the transition from smartphone to print, with their first book Making Life Awkward for Ourselves, One Rainy Day at a Time available now in Waterstones if you’re up for scrutinising our weird English behaviour. There’s another coming out in September, too, based on our unique ‘Brits abroad’ troubles. But if you can’t wait until then, here are some of our favourite very, very, very British problems.

 
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