Katherine Parkinson teases IT Crowd movie
Katherine Parkinson has revealed she would love 'The IT Crowd' to be revived for a one-off musical movie
Katherine Parkinson has hinted 'The IT Crowd' might be made into a movie.
The actress suggested Channel 4 bosses are considering bringing the popular sitcom about a gang of geeky office workers to life on the big screen.
Viewers were left disappointed when the show wrapped last September after a successful seven-year run, and Katherine revealed the show could possibly be revived in a feature-length format with a musical twist.
According to the Radio Times, she teased: "I think if it did have a future, it would be that sort of thing. I always thought it would be nice to do a sort of musical film!"
Katherine bagged the gong for Best Female Performance In A Comedy Programme at the BAFTAs over the weekend, while her co-star Richard Ayoade scooped the Best Male Performance prize.
The star was quick to backtrack about the movie for fear of getting in trouble with show bosses, however.
She joked: "You'd have to ask [show writer] Graham Linehan."
Katherine also said filming the last ever episode of 'The IT Crowd' - which also starred Chris O'Dowd and Matt Berry - was very emotional.
She recalled: "I did feel a bit emotional. I feel like I've grown up on that show. The relationships I have with them are all so deep rooted, really."