[10/08/10 - 10:34 AM]
Dead Set: 5-Part Apocalyptic Gore Fest Premieres on IFC October 25, 2000 at Midnight ET/PT
The zombie-horror-comedy, set in Britain's "Big Brother" house, will air each night that week with a marathon of all five parts on Halloween itself.

[08/06/10 - 06:35 PM]
Cable at TCA: Extras from Discovery, Ifc, Id, MTV, Planet Green, Science Channel, TLC & TV Land
Over two dozen additional updates, including IFC's "360 Sessions," Discovery's "Bidder Rivals," TLC's "Sarah Palin's Alaska" and Planet Green's "Dresscue Me."

[03/23/10 - 07:50 AM]
IFC Expands Scripted Comedy Slate; Unveils New "Always ON. Slightly OfF." Brand and Tagline
Upcoming offerings include David Cross's "The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret," "Onion News Network," "The Kids in the Hall: Death Comes to Town" and "Dead Set."

10/25/10 - 10/29/10
canceled/ended (2010-2011 season)
completed airing its current season
1 (5 episodes, 0 of which have yet to air)
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(from IFC's press release, October 2010) Flesh eating zombies have taken over Britain and are multiplying as quickly as they kill. Survivors must rapidly find ways to endure in a world that offers little refuge. Cocooned in the safety of their "Big Brother" house, fame-seeking contestants of this hit reality TV game show are safe and blissfully unaware-until "eviction night," when all hell breaks loose. Written and executive produced by acclaimed writer and media critic Charlie Brooker (The Guardian), DEAD SET is a pitch-black 5-part zombie-horror-comedy set in Britain's "Big Brother" house. DEAD SET is partially filmed at the real UK "Big Brother" set and features the show's host, Divina McCall, in front of an actual eviction night audience - with cameos by former contestants. A must-see for horror fans, reality TV junkies, or anyone horrified by reality TV, DEAD SET stars Jaime Winstone (Boogie Woogie), Andy Nyman (Death at a Funeral) and Riz Ahmed (Rage) and makes it's U.S. television premiere on IFC on Monday, October 25 through Friday, October 29, 2010, airing at 12:00 midnight ET/PTover five consecutive nights. Special marathon event featuring all 5 parts back-to-back on Halloween day beginning at 8pm ET/PT.
· Adam Deacon as Space
· Andy Nyman as Patrick
· Beth Cordingly as Veronica
· Jaime Winstone as Kelly
· Kathleen McDermott as Pippa
· Kevin Eldon as Joplin
· Liz May Brice as Alex
· Raj Ghatak as Grayson
· Riz Ahmed as Riq
· Shelley Conn as Claire
· Warren Brown as Marky
· Annabel Jones as EP
· Charlie Brooker as CRTR/EP
· Yann Demange as DIR
· comedy (all)
· comedy (single-camera)
· Endemol USA
· Zeppotron