Brassic series 2 confirmed and these nine fans can’t wait!

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Sky One's Brassic has been confirmed for a second series and the show's fanbase can't wait!

Sky One seems to have a real hit on their hands in new comedy series Brassic and it's safe to say that viewers have quickly taken the show to heart.

The series, which first aired on Sky One on August 22nd and has been available to stream since then, has quickly gained a following thanks to the hilarious and fast-paced comedy as well as the superb cast that's been assembled for the series.

If you've been watching along on Sky One, the first series is slated to come to an end on September 19th but fans have already been calling for a second season.

Well, it's good news as a second season is on its way and the show's fanbase can't wait.  

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What is Brassic about?

Brassic tells the story of a group of friends and their lives in the Lancashire town of Hawley.

A life of crime is the norm for most of them but as the series progresses we learn that not everyone has their hearts set on staying in the town forever, something which threatens to tear the group of friends apart. 

Michelle Keegan (Coronation Street, Our Girl) stars as Erin and is joined in the cast by Joseph Gilgun (This is England, The Last Witch Hunter) and Damien Moloney (GameFace, The Current War).  

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Season 2 news!

Despite the fact that series 1 hasn't even finished yet, a second series is already on the way and filming for the show is currently ongoing in Manchester according to several members of the cast and The Manchester Evening News.

There is no slated release date for Brassic's second series but given usual TV schedules, we can probably expect to see series 2 arrive on our screens at some point during 2020. 

Fans can't wait!

It's hardly surprising to see that fans want more Brassic already. The hilarious comedy series really has taken hold with its audience so series 2 was inevitable and that's thanks in part to the fantastic reaction from viewers, some of whom have dubbed Brassic 'the best show on TV.' 

A quick scroll through social media will show you all you need about how much fans want to see a second series.

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