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Sky confirms streaming date for season two of hit comedy Brassic

Anarchic Sky comedy Brassic returns for its second season on May 7, with all six episodes available to stream at launch on both Sky and Now TV.

Co-created by Joseph Gilgun and BAFTA-winning writer Danny Brocklehurst, the first series of Brassic was the best performing launch for a Sky original comedy in seven years. Series two picks up the story just a few months later and sees the friends reunite for more misadventures around the fictitious rural Lancashire town of Hawley.

In the opening episode the lads plot to rob a travelling circus, with the help of a disgruntled clown…

Brassic is Sky’s best performing original comedy for seven years

In the opening episode, Vinnie has been hiding out in his weed shed since faking his own death to escape from local gangster Terrance McCann. Tommo and Erin need his help and try to lure him out of hiding with a new business proposition and together with the lads they plot to rob a travelling circus, with the help of a disgruntled clown, Mr Popov. 

Joining Gilgun as Vinnie, the returning cast includes ambitious single mum Erin (Michelle Keegan), Vinnie’s best mate Dylan (Damien Molony), champion kebab eater Cardi (Tom Hanson), Ash (Aaron Heffernan), the son of a family of fighting Travellers, the sexually liberated Tommo (Ryan Sampson), and garage owner JJ (Parth Thakerar). New faces joining the cast including John Thomson (Cold Feet) and Bill Paterson (Fleabag), as well as the return of Dominic West as Vinnie’s blundering GP.

About Steve May

Creator of Home Cinema Choice magazine, Steve muses and reviews for Trusted Reviews, T3, TechRadar, Home Cinema Choice, Ideal Home, The Luxe Review, Channel News and the i newspaper. He’s also the editor of professional home cinema website Inside CI, and contributor to industry trade magazine ERT. He's on Twitter and Instagram as @SteveMay_UK

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