Panic as Gavin and Stacey stars' TV comeback 'disappears' from BBC without a trace | The Sun

A TV COMEBACK for two Gavin and Stacey stars is in doubt as their show has 'disappeared' from the BBC.

Ruth Jones and David Peet previously announced they were reuniting to film a brand new comedy show.

The Beeb ordered a pilot episode which was centred around Ruth and Rob Brydon's characters

It would seeGaynor and Ray Davies, who are both from Cardiff, introduced to viewers.

Both are two fifty-something newlyweds, each married for a second time.

Gaynor’s first marriage ended when she discovered her husband was unfaithful multiple times.

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Meanwhile, Ray's first marriage ended because he was "impossible to live with" – or so his ex-wife often tells him.

Viewers were set to see them give marriage one last go – but this time with each other.

The BBC confirmed the pilot 35-minute pilot episode would land on BBC One over two years ago now.

However, since then there's been radio silence from bosses sparking panic the show has been ditched.

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The Sun contacted the BBC for comment.

Writer-creators David Peet and Ruth Jones previously spoke of the show, saying: "We’re delighted to watch Gaynor & Ray come to life on screen.

"Through them we get to see the male and female take on life and relationships as well as the nonsense in the day-to-day."

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