Channel 4's new comedy debuted on Wednesday night, with much acclaim from critics and audiences alike.
The sitcom, which was based on US comedy series Web Therapy, stars Stephen Mangan amongst an ensemble cast. Plenty of positive feedback was received for the first episode, with some fans eagerly anticipating the rest of the series. Read a selection below!
The Guardian praised "the improvisation in the online sessions, from a starry cast of patients", in particular Sarah Hadland in Episode 1 and Jessica Hynes and David Tennant in future episodes.
The Express admired Hang Ups for dealing with topical issues, such as mental health, sexual orientation and failure. They said "Hang Ups addressing these tough issues in the most British way possible, with humour and it really works. The show is light-hearted, hilarious and is the best TV therapy after a long day."
Hang Ups proved popular with Twitter users as well, with user @ChaunceyGard saying it's "Undoubtedly the best comedy in ages #HangUps" and @sue_simmonds adding "Brilliant. Can’t remember when I last laughed for half an hour".
Hang Ups continues every Wednesday at 10pm on Channel 4.