I'd like it if they could give Count Arthur Strong a repeat run - all three series suffered from poor scheduling and consequently poor ratings first time around, and has never been repeated. Good pre-watershed sitcoms have been so thin on the ground in recent times, so I wish they would give this one another go.
I don't think the scheduling was so bad - the first series was on Mondays at 8.30 on BBC2 in the slot just vacated by Miranda, which had done very well there. It rather suffered from the announcement of Prince George's birth opposite one of them, which rather stunted its momentum. The second was in the post-news slot on BBC1, where it did pretty well and the third was on at 9pm.
You could argue that it was poor scheduling, but equally you could argue that they tried it in a number of slots - pre-watershed BBC2, post-watershed BBC1, primetime BBC1 - which gave it numerous possibilities to find a suitable audience, and it didn't really manage to do that in any of them. They certainly gave it a bloody good go, though, any sitcom that can get three series out is doing alright for itself, I think.
It reminds me a bit of what Jed Mercurio said about his Sky One series Critical, which got decent reviews but bad ratings and was axed. He said that he couldn't fault Sky One in terms of the support they gave it, and the promotion it got, they did everything he asked for and he was very pleased with it, so he conceded that with all that, it just didn't catch on with the audience and they didn't want to watch it in large numbers, and he couldn't argue with that. There have certainly been cases of shows that could have been scheduled more sympathetically, but at some point you do just have to concede the viewers just don't fancy it.