|Opening theme||"Warren Theme"|
|Ending theme||"Warren End Theme"|
|Country of origin||United Kingdom|
|No. of series||1|
|No. of episodes||6 (list of episodes)|
|Running time||28 minutes|
|Production company(s)||Hat Trick Productions|
|Original network||BBC One|
|Original release||25 February –|
1 April 2019
Warren is a British sitcom, which aired on BBC One between February and April 2019. It features Martin Clunes, Lisa Millett, Tim Preston and Oscar Morgan in the main roles, and is written by Jimmy Donny Cosgrove and Paul McKenna. In May 2019, the BBC declined to make a second series.
The sitcom shows the life of the angry, impatient, selfish and abrasive driving instructor Warren Thompson (Martin Clunes), after moving in with his partner Anne Humphries (Lisa Millett) and her two teenage sons Charlie (Tim Preston) and Danny (Oscar Morgan) in Preston, after her father, Bill (David Hargreaves) falls ill.
- Martin Clunes as Warren Thompson: An angry, impatient, selfish and abrasive driving instructor who is Anne's partner, Charlie and Danny's step-father and Ian and Paula's neighbour. He is loosely based on Cosgrove's father and also a character from one of his short films called "Warren Thompson Driving School" (which is also the name of the character's driving school).
- Lisa Millett as Anne Humphries, Warren's partner who is Charlie and Danny's mother.
- Tim Preston as Charlie Humphries, Anne's eldest son and Danny's brother.
- Oscar Morgan as Danny Humphries, Anne's youngest son, Charlie's brother and Jenny's boyfriend.
- Neil Edmond as Ian, Paula's husband and Warren's next-door neighbour.
- Maya Sondhi as Paula, Ian's wife and Warren's next-door neighbour.
- Emily Coates as Jenny, Danny's girlfriend.
- David Hargreaves as Bill, Anne's father and Sheila's husband.
- Judith Barker as Sheila, Anne's mother and Bill's wife.
|No.||Title ||Directed by ||Written by ||Original air date ||UK viewers|
|1||"The Pond"||Ben Gosling Fuller|
|Jimmy Donny Cosgrove|
|25 February 2019||5.93|
|2||"The Rival"||Ben Gosling Fuller||Jimmy Donny Cosgrove|
|4 March 2019||2.39|
|3||"The Tax Return"||Ben Gosling Fuller||Jimmy Donny Cosgrove|
|11 March 2019||N/A (<4.59)[a]|
|4||"The Father Figure"||Ben Gosling Fuller||Jimmy Donny Cosgrove|
|18 March 2019||N/A (<4.37)[a]|
|5||"The Holiday"||Ben Gosling Fuller||Jimmy Donny Cosgrove|
|25 March 2019||N/A (<4.40)[a]|
|6||"The Funeral"||Ben Gosling Fuller||Jimmy Donny Cosgrove|
|1 April 2019||1.84|
- Not reported in the weekly top 15 programmes for four-screen viewer ratings.
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