Rob Beckett and Romesh Ranganathan Return for “Rob & Romesh Vs” Series 7

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Sky’s favourite comedy duo, Rob Beckett and Romesh Ranganathan, are back for the seventh series of their hit show, “Rob & Romesh Vs,” and this time, they’re tackling a range of new worlds, from mixed martial arts to heavy metal and wildlife photography. The series will air this summer, followed by a one-off special in early 2025 featuring the nation’s newest favorite sport, darts.

In this seventh installment, Beckett and Ranganathan will dive into the intense world of mixed martial arts, exploring it through the lens of the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC). They will also headbang their way through the UK’s heavy metal heartland at the Download Festival. The pair will then test their photography skills as they venture into the wild, aiming to capture stunning images that could be contenders for the Natural History Museum’s Wildlife Photographer of the Year. Additionally, they will dive into the world of Hollywood stunts, promising hilarious and action-packed moments.

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The dynamic between Beckett and Ranganathan has been a key ingredient to the show’s success, with Beckett’s cheerful exterior contrasting Ranganathan’s deadpan approach. Their natural chemistry shines as they take on various challenges, and this series promises even more laughter and unexpected situations.

Previous series of “Rob & Romesh Vs” have seen the duo taking on a range of challenges, from ballet and basketball to art and golf. They’ve tackled the culinary world by opening their own restaurant and even joined the Birmingham Royal Ballet. Their adventures have also taken them to Jamaica to meet sprint legend Usain Bolt and Las Vegas, where they learned magic from Penn & Teller.

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The show has been a critical success, receiving nominations and awards from prestigious organizations. It was nominated in the Entertainment Performance category at the 2021 Royal Television Society Programme Awards and for Best Comedy Entertainment Series at the 2022 National Comedy Awards. In 2024, the series won the Best Comedy Entertainment category at the Royal Television Society Programme Awards, and Beckett and Ranganathan were nominated for Best Comedy Performance. The series has also received BAFTA recognition, showcasing its impact on British television.

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