|Awards||Awards1 win & 2 nominations total|
Hardware (TV series)
Hardware is a British sitcom that aired on ITV from 2003 to 2004. Starring Martin Freeman, it was written and created by Simon Nye, the creator of Men Behaving Badly and directed by Ben Kellett.
The show's opening theme was "A Taste of Honey" by Herb Alpert's Tijuana Brass.
- Martin Freeman - Mike
- Peter Serafinowicz - Kenny
- Ken Morley - Rex
- Ryan Cartwright - Steve
- Susan Earl - Anne
- Ella Kenion - Julie
- Iain Pearson - Brian McCampion
Hardware is set in "Hamway's Hardware Store" in London, where main character Mike (Martin Freeman) works with Steve (Ryan Cartwright) and Kenny (Peter Serafinowicz) for shop owner Rex (Ken Morley). They relax at the next-door-but-one cafe, "Nice Day Cafe", where Mike's girlfriend Anne (Susan Earl) works with Julie (Ella Kenion). The series revolves around the store staff as they engage in a daily wisecrack battle with packs of DIY obsessed clients.
Series One (2003)
Series Two (2004)
The first series of Hardware is available on DVD in Region 4 (Australia). The complete series of Hardware was released in February 2009 in the UK on Region 2 from Network DVD.