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Miranda Series 2 DVD release!

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Miranda Hart, Queen of Comedy, is back. The second series of the multiple British Comedy Award-winning sitcom Miranda will be released on DVD on the 7th of November. It will also be available to buy as a boxset alongside series 1.

Series 2 continues on from the first series, following Miranda (Hart) as she gallops through life, knocking things over and making things painfully awkward as she goes. As in series 1, Hart is joined by a brilliant cast, including Patricia Hodge (Maxwell, The Legacy of Reginald Perrin) as Miranda’s overbearing mother Penny, Sarah Hadland (That Mitchell & Webb Look) as Miranda’s best friend Stevie, Sally Phillips (Bridget Jones’ Diary, Smack The Pony) as her 'marvellisimus' school friend Tilly, and Tom Ellis (EastEnders, Merlin) as her crush Gary. This series also sees Tom Conti (Friends, Shirley Valentine) make a guest appearance as Miranda’s Dad.

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Following Miranda's failed attempt to tell Gary how she really feels, series 2 finds her wallowing in her pyjamas and a mountain of biscuits, lamenting his departure for Tokyo. Soon though, enough is enough, and Stevie eventually persuades her that the best thing to do would be to do a spot of self-improvement. However, Miranda soon finds that the course of... well anything in her case, never did run smooth, not helped by her interfering mother and 'bear with, bear with' boarding school friend Tilly. Can Miranda overcome these obstacles and emerge a healthy and graceful member of society?

The DVD includes extras such as never-before-seen footage, a behind-the-scenes tour, and Miranda's on-set interviews with cast, friends, and family: including Claire Balding, Frank Skinner, and Miranda's real-life mum!

Miranda will return for a third series on BBC One in autumn 2012.

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