PETER Kay hinted he'll bring back his hit sitcom Car Share for a Christmas special at his live stand-up show on Saturday night.

The comedian returned to the stage for a charity gig in Manchester after a four year absence and gave fans hope they'll see more of him on TV.


When a member of the audience asked if a one-off Car Share episode was a possibility for Peter, he responded: "I might do."

According to The Mirror, he then added: "Of all the things I've ever done, that's my favourite of all. I love being with Sian [Gibson] and we had a good laugh."

Award-winning Car Share was last aired in 2018 and pulled in a whopping six million viewers.

Peter and Sian made two series of the BBC show, which focused on their characters John and Kayleigh's daily trips to work at a supermarket.

It's not the only Kay series that could be due a comeback.

Asked if TV series Max And Paddy would return, he said: "I loved making Max And Paddy, it was one of the best times we ever had filming and we had such a good laugh.

"We actually wrote two Christmas specials and then we never made them, so you never know."

The comedian also joked he plans on going away for another four years – after a standing ovation at his comeback gig.

He said returning to the stage was like "getting in a hot bath" as cheers rang out at a charity performance.

The comic returned to the stage for the Doing It For Laura events, held to raise money for 20-year-old brain cancer sufferer Laura Nuttall.

Laura – who suffers with an aggressive tumour called a glioblastoma multiforme – was in the audience to watch Kay's performance.

She was initially given between 12 and 18 months to live when she was diagnosed at the age of just 18.

However, she has since received immunotherapy treatment in Germany thanks to fundraising.

Her sister Gracie introduced Kay – and told the audience the family are "eternally grateful" to all those who have helped out for "potentially saving my sister's life".

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