Third Leg Studios

It transpires that sketch making isn't the most lucrative of endeavours. As a result, we realise it is sometimes necessary to sell out and make branded content for anyone who throws enough money at us.

Here at Third Leg Studios, we take great pride in using comedy the way God intended - to sell products and line our pockets with gold. Here are some examples of such noble pursuits:

BBC Comedy

  • BBC Comedy commissioned us to make a sketch about April Fools’ Day to be shared on their social media channels.
  • We developed this sketch idea and co-produced it with the BBC.
  • The sketch gained two million views on Facebook and was shared over 5,000 times.

BBC Comedy

  • Another BBC commission was on the topic of the London Marathon, to be released in the lead up to the event.
  • This sketch gained one million views and over 1,000 comments.

That Thing

  • We were approached by this start-up enterprise to create a video to spearhead the launch campaign of their new product.
  • The sketch demonstrated how the product worked, and was featured in a way that made the video both shareable and engaging.
  • When posted on our YouTube channel, it went viral receiving 450,000 views.
  • LADBible picked it up soon after, where it received 10 million views on Facebook.


  • The odds comparison company reached out to us to produce a sketch to raise awareness for their site in the lead up to the Cheltenham Festival.
  • The video received extremely well relative to the size of their Facebook page – amassing 200,000 views.
  • The sketch had very large engagement, with 2,700 viewers commenting and tagging their friends.

On The Tools

  • After producing a string of videos for the On The Tools Facebook page, Fresh Van Finance commissioned us to create a bespoke sketch featuring one of their clients’ brand.
  • We worked with On The Tools to develop branded content suitable for their audience.
  • The sketch we made received over 700,000 views and was shared by 3,500 fans.

Angelus Brand

  • After seeing some of our sketches, the US-based company got in touch to see if we could create a funny advert for their channel.
  • The aim of this campaign was to inform their audience of the effectiveness of their most popular product.
  • Collaborating with them remotely, we worked together to produce an advert that successfully promoted their product in a comedic way.