You Can Now Watch Every Single Episode Of 'The Inbetweeners' And Both Movies On All 4
It's been over a decade since the show first aired but plenty of us still can't go a day without quoting The Inbetweeners.
Tonight, the highly anticipated reunion show will give us all a glimpse of how Will, Jay, Simon and Neil look now - but before you give that a watch, why don't you re-watch every single episode plus both movies?
Ah, go on. What else were you going to do today? You're too hungover to move.
On All 4 - Channel 4's online streaming service - you can enjoy every insult, every cringeworthy moment and every single one of Jay's lies, on demand, right now. Amazing, eh?
The show only consisted of 18 episodes - plus the two films, one good, the other... let's move on - but it became a cult classic thanks to the spot-on writing of Damon Beesley and Iain Morris, not to mention the brilliant acting of the previously unknown young cast.
And fans are in for a treat tonight, as a two-hour-long reunion special show airs on Channel 4.
The reunion show is set to bring Simon Bird (Will), Joe Thomas (Simon), James Buckley (Jay) and Blake Harrison (Neil) together again, where they will open up about what it was like to be part of the show, as well as sharing unseen clips and behind-the-scenes footage.
The cast have teased us for a while with the hopes of a reunion, alternately pouring cold water all over the idea, before then taking to social media to share photos of them together - or in the case of Blake, posting a snap of the iconic yellow Fiat Cinquecento which belonged to Jay.
It was finally announced earlier this year, with co-executive producer Will Macdonald saying: "The love for The Inbetweeners is huge, the kind of love that Jay would boast he's had many times - big celebrities, millions of viewers and loving fans from across the globe.
"And it's so exciting the boys will be back together to feel that love from all those people and enjoy it first-hand. What could possibly go wrong?"
Meanwhile, Tom Beck, Channel 4's head of live events and commissioning editor for entertainment, told the Independent: "Will, Jay, Simon and Neil spent years failing to sneak into the best parties, so I'm very pleased to throw one that they're definitely invited to. I just hope Will brings his Mum."
The show airs tonight at 9pm on Channel 4.
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