BY PRINCESS WEEKES
on May 05, 2015
AbFab fans your prayers have been answered: the movie is coming! Jennifer Saunders confirmed on Britain’s Loose Women that, finally, after years of waiting, the film is officially going to happen.
“There is a plot and that’s the miracle,” shares Saunders. “It involves all the main characters and virtually everyone that’s ever been in the series, all those characters. Read More
BY Intern Chrislande
on Jan 30, 2012
I love AbFab in a "naming-my-future-daughter-Saffron" kind of way. The British sitcom about two fashion-obsessed middle-aged career women is freakin' hilarious and perfectly acted by Jennifer Saunder (Edina)---who also created the show--- and Joanna Lumley (Patsy).
So it was absolutely awesome to see that, in honor of their return to TV this year, the fabulous and funny champagne-guzzling, fashion-worshipping Brits are making a splash as the cover girls for award-winning jewelry designer Alexis Bittar’s Spring/Summer 2012 Collection. Read More
on Dec 07, 2011
Our beloved Patsy and Edina are back with a new episode of Absolutely Fabulous to air on BBC America on January 8th! We've been hearing of the reunion for quite some time and are THRILLED with the news. Since originally airing 20 years ago (really? has it been that long?) Ab Fab, the brilliant British sitcom created by Jennifer Saunders and Dawn French, has yet to have been knocked off its pedestal of comedic genius. Not since maybe Lucy and Ethel were on TV has there been a female buddy sitcom this good, not to mention a million times more dysfunctional. Read More
BY Claire Hamilton
on Jan 15, 2010
Hold the tea and scones! Fans of the great British comedian Jennifer Saunders (who's featured in Bust in the past) will be devastated to hear that her Tv show Clatterford has been cancelled by the BBC. The series - which is called Jam and Jerusalem in the UK, and was screened on BBC America - tells the tale of a group of women in rural south west England, who are members of the Women's Guild.
The Women's Institute is an icon of British life, and whilst it's become newly fashionable, the highs and lows of the jumble sale or local history lectures provided rich pickings for Saunders. Read More