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  • 1990
  • Season 1
  • 8.6 (129,000)

Mr. Bean is a British sitcom that follows the comedic misadventures of the titular character, played by Rowan Atkinson, as he finds himself in various situations that always seem to go awry. The show originally aired on ITV1 from 1990 to 1995, and remains popular to this day for its physical comedy, silent gags, and Atkinson's masterful performance.

The show's main character, Mr. Bean, is a socially awkward and somewhat childish man who lives alone in a small flat in London. He has few friends and no real love life, preferring to spend his time indulging in bizarre hobbies and activities that often result in chaos and mayhem. Despite his lack of social skills, however, Bean is a well-meaning man who is always trying to do the right thing – even if his efforts usually end up making things worse.

One of the most memorable aspects of Mr. Bean is its lack of dialogue. While there are occasional bits of spoken dialogue from the other characters, Bean himself rarely speaks more than a few words at a time. Instead, much of the show's humor comes from Atkinson's exaggerated body language and facial expressions, as well as the clever visual gags that the show's writers and directors would come up with for each episode.

The supporting cast of Mr. Bean is also noteworthy. Robin Driscoll plays Mr. Bean's long-suffering neighbor, who is often the unwitting victim of Bean's antics. Matilda Ziegler appears as Bean's girlfriend, who finds his strange behavior charming but is continually exasperated by his thoughtlessness. Angus Deayton plays a stoic newsreader who often reports on Bean's latest exploits, while Sophie Thompson and Richard Wilson play various other supporting characters who get caught up in Bean's crazy schemes.

Perhaps the most iconic aspect of Mr. Bean, however, is the character's car – a bright green 1976 British Leyland Mini 1000. The car is a constant source of frustration for Bean, as it is prone to breaking down, getting stolen, or otherwise causing him trouble. However, the car also serves as a key part of many episodes' storylines, leading to some of the show's most memorable moments.

Throughout its five-year run, Mr. Bean remained a hugely popular show in the UK and beyond. Its combination of physical comedy, visual gags, and quirky characters made it a favorite of both children and adults alike, and helped cement Rowan Atkinson's status as one of the greatest comedians of his generation. Even today, more than 25 years after it originally aired, Mr. Bean remains a beloved classic of British television that continues to entertain audiences around the world.

Mr. Bean is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (15 episodes). The series first aired on January 1, 1990.

WHERE TO WATCH MR. BEAN

Mr. Bean is available for streaming on the ITV1 website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Mr. Bean on demand at , Tubi TV and Pluto TV.

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Episodes List
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1. Mr Bean
January 1, 1990
Mr Bean decides to fake an accident in order to get perks from the hospital. .
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2. The Return of Mr Bean
November 5, 1990
Mr Bean visits the department store, celebrates his birthday and meets Her Majesty the Queen! .
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3. The Curse of Mr Bean
January 1, 1991
Mr Bean's up to mischief at the swimming pool, a scary movie, parking his mini in the garage. .
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4. Mr. Bean Goes to Town
October 15, 1991
Mr Bean's having TV trouble and is the victim of camera theft. .
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5. The Trouble With Mr Bean
January 1, 1992
Mr Bean oversleeps and is late for his dentist appointment. To save time, he decides to dress and clean his teeth whilst driving. .
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6. Mr. Bean Rides Again
February 17, 1992
Mr Bean wants to go to the post office, but the battery in his car is dead, so he decides to catch a bus instead. He reaches the bus stop where a man is already waiting for the bus. Unfortunately the man suddenly suffers from a heart attack .
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7. Merry Christmas Mr. Bean
December 29, 1992
The famous episode in which Mr Bean loses his head...in a Turkey! .
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8. Mr. Bean in Room 426
February 17, 1993
Mr Bean shows it all when locked out his room .
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9. Mind the Baby Mr. Bean
April 25, 1993
Mr Bean at the funfair with a baby... .
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10. Do It Yourself Mr. Bean
October 1, 1994
Mr Bean hosts a New Year's party that doesn't go entirely to plan... .
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11. Back to School Mr. Bean
October 26, 1994
The self titled and first episode of Mr Bean. Maths exam, the beach and church. .
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12. Tee Off Mr. Bean
September 20, 1995
Mr Bean plays a spot of golf and does his laundry .
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13. Goodnight Mr. Bean
October 30, 1995
Mr Bean gets his hand stuck in a tea kettle and struggles to sleep... .
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14. Hair by Mr. Bean of London
November 15, 1995
Mr Bean annoys everyone at the barbers and goes to a pet show .
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15. Library and Bus Stop
November 15, 1995
Act 1. Mr. Bean waits at a bus stop. Act 2. Mr. Bean visits a rare book library, where he reads a rare tome that must be handled with gloves. .
Description

Mr. Bean is a British sitcom that follows the comedic misadventures of the titular character, played by Rowan Atkinson, as he finds himself in various situations that always seem to go awry. The show originally aired on ITV1 from 1990 to 1995, and remains popular to this day for its physical comedy, silent gags, and Atkinson's masterful performance.

The show's main character, Mr. Bean, is a socially awkward and somewhat childish man who lives alone in a small flat in London. He has few friends and no real love life, preferring to spend his time indulging in bizarre hobbies and activities that often result in chaos and mayhem. Despite his lack of social skills, however, Bean is a well-meaning man who is always trying to do the right thing – even if his efforts usually end up making things worse.

One of the most memorable aspects of Mr. Bean is its lack of dialogue. While there are occasional bits of spoken dialogue from the other characters, Bean himself rarely speaks more than a few words at a time. Instead, much of the show's humor comes from Atkinson's exaggerated body language and facial expressions, as well as the clever visual gags that the show's writers and directors would come up with for each episode.

The supporting cast of Mr. Bean is also noteworthy. Robin Driscoll plays Mr. Bean's long-suffering neighbor, who is often the unwitting victim of Bean's antics. Matilda Ziegler appears as Bean's girlfriend, who finds his strange behavior charming but is continually exasperated by his thoughtlessness. Angus Deayton plays a stoic newsreader who often reports on Bean's latest exploits, while Sophie Thompson and Richard Wilson play various other supporting characters who get caught up in Bean's crazy schemes.

Perhaps the most iconic aspect of Mr. Bean, however, is the character's car – a bright green 1976 British Leyland Mini 1000. The car is a constant source of frustration for Bean, as it is prone to breaking down, getting stolen, or otherwise causing him trouble. However, the car also serves as a key part of many episodes' storylines, leading to some of the show's most memorable moments.

Throughout its five-year run, Mr. Bean remained a hugely popular show in the UK and beyond. Its combination of physical comedy, visual gags, and quirky characters made it a favorite of both children and adults alike, and helped cement Rowan Atkinson's status as one of the greatest comedians of his generation. Even today, more than 25 years after it originally aired, Mr. Bean remains a beloved classic of British television that continues to entertain audiences around the world.

Mr. Bean is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (15 episodes). The series first aired on January 1, 1990.

WHERE TO WATCH MR. BEAN

Mr. Bean is available for streaming on the ITV1 website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Mr. Bean on demand at , Tubi TV and Pluto TV.

  • Premiere Date
    January 1, 1990
  • IMDB Rating
    8.6 (129,000)