Miranda set to return to TV screens for a one-off 10th anniversary special as cast are hopeful comedian 'will write more'

Miranda is set to return to BBC TV screens for a one-off 10th anniversary special as it emerges the cast are hopeful the comedian will write more episodes.

Taking to Twitter, Miranda, 46, penned: 'Such fun news alert' and shared a post saying: 'Hello to you - I am with news.

'So in November, it will be 10 years since the first episode of Miranda aired. We are 10! And we have decided to have a party.

More to come: Miranda is set to return to TV screens for a one-off 10th anniversary special as cast are hopeful comedian 'will write more'

More to come: Miranda is set to return to TV screens for a one-off 10th anniversary special as cast are hopeful comedian 'will write more'

She said: 'I suspect there might just be some special guests, probably the odd bit of dancing, definitely some drinks and nibbles'

She said: 'I suspect there might just be some special guests, probably the odd bit of dancing, definitely some drinks and nibbles'

'The Miranda cast on and off screen are all about play, being free to be ourselves and silliness, so we are amazed and delighted that BBC One have agreed that our celebrations will be recorded as a one hour special later in the year. 

I will keep you posted, but I suspect there might just be some special guests, probably the odd bit of dancing, definitely some drinks and nibbles.

'And you know what I hope it will be - SUCH FUN for us, but more importantly for you, all you lovely friends of the show for whom I shall be forever grateful for your support. See you soon.'

Fun times: Miranda Hart shared this very exciting post on Twitter no doubt delighting fans of the show

Fun times: Miranda Hart shared this very exciting post on Twitter no doubt delighting fans of the show

Speaking to The Sun, Sarah Hadland, who plays Miranda's best friend Stevie Sutton, said: 'It's quite a big milestone, we're all quite shocked. 

'We're hopeful that Miranda will make some more.' 

A friend of the writer and actress also said: 'It was the show that made Miranda a star and is close to her heart.

'She is passionate about the cast and has spent months organising their schedules so they are all in the same country.'

Miranda previously discussed what it's like being 'glass half-empty' type of person in the comedy world.

She said: 'There's a lot of talk about comedians being depressed and I think, in many cases, it's absolutely true.

Passion project: The actress has smooched Gary Barlow on the show before and no doubt she will be having fun in future scenes

Passion project: The actress has smooched Gary Barlow on the show before and no doubt she will be having fun in future scenes

'I definitely have that side to my personality - naturally my glass is half-empty, so I make a conscious effort to keep the positive attitude going.

'For me, writing has been a way out of feeling blue. Adult life can be quite tedious; getting the car serviced can send me into a deep decline! 

'So I'd rather make up a more fun existence. It's exciting to regress to a childlike state', reports Digital Spy. 

Fingers crossed: Tom Ellis (far left) also stars on the show as Miranda's love interest and is thought to be returning

 Fingers crossed: Tom Ellis (far left) also stars on the show as Miranda's love interest and is thought to be returning

 

Miranda set to return to TV screens for a one-off 10th anniversary special

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