Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Now cloaked in obscurity, the British series Two's Company was one of the earliest efforts from Granada Television. Specializing in sketches, monologues, and musical numbers, the series relied upon the talents of Libby Morris and Peter Butterworth during its first season. Dick Emery, Kenneth Connor, and Nicolette Roeg were the regulars for season two, while among the writers was future Til Death Do Us Part creator Johnny Speight. The 23 half-hour episodes of Two's Company were telecast live from 1956 to 1957.