Tony Robinson teases new Blackadder project

Could Blackadder be returning to television screens? According to Sir Tony Robinson, who played Baldrick in the popular British sitcom throughout the 1980s and in various special episodes since, there may be something new on the horizon.

While Robinson is keeping the details under wraps, he has confirmed that viewers can expect to see something associated with Blackadder that they have never seen before. The project is set to air on television in the coming months, though Robinson is not at liberty to divulge any further information.

The actor, who recently read a bedtime story as Baldrick for Comic Relief, has been overwhelmed by the public’s response to his appearance. As a result, he is feeling optimistic about what the future holds for the show’s fans.

With this year marking the 40th anniversary of the first series of Blackadder, fans are eagerly anticipating what Sir Tony Robinson, who played Baldrick in the series, has teased as “something associated with Blackadder that viewers won’t have seen before”. While Robinson has remained tight-lipped about the project, speculation has been rife about what it could entail.

One possibility is a retrospective look back at the making of the first series, which was recorded in June of 1982 but did not feature Robinson. This could provide a unique insight into the show’s early days, including behind-the-scenes stories and previously unseen footage.

However, there are other potential options, such as a new episode featuring the original cast or a one-off special celebrating the show’s legacy. Whatever the project may be, it is clear that Blackadder has a dedicated fanbase eagerly anticipating its return to the small screen.

Robinson’s recent appearance as Baldrick for Comic Relief only added fuel to the speculation, as the actor received an outpouring of love from fans. With his optimism about the future of the show, it seems likely that the upcoming project will be well-received by Blackadder enthusiasts everywhere.