Netflix has released a brand new clip of Barry Keoghan in action as Johnny in the forthcoming third season of Top Boy.
Watch the exclusive clip below:
The popular crime drama, which is set on the fictional East London estate of Summerhouse, has become a huge fan favourite since debuting in 2011 on Channel 4 - later being picked up by Netflix after Drake threw his support behind it when it was cancelled.
And joining the cast for the new instalment are The Banshees of Inisherin’s breakout star Barry Keoghan and fellow Dubliner Brian Gleeson, who play Johnny and Tadgh.
In the new clip, shared exclusively with LADbible, we get our first proper look at Keoghan’s character, following the brief glimpses we had in the trailer when it dropped earlier this month.
We see as Sully (Kane Robinson) meet his new potential rival Johnny for the first time in a stable block.
"Not get the memo, lads, nah?" Johnny asks.
"Uncle Tadgh... I mean, he said things didn't have to escalate. It still doesn't - it's up to yous."
He goes on: "We took care of the Moroccans, that ended things. You know, you've got the machine that needs the products, and we have the products.
"Let's work it out."
Johnny, who seems to pose a new threat to Sully and Dushane's empire, then offers the group a deal, before saying: "Or, you know what? Maybe I send you ahead to Tadgh's mother's house. Got your attention now, don't they?"
He adds: "Have a little think about it. I'll clean this mess up, it's on me - this time."
The series also stars Ashley Walters (Bulletproof, Small Island), Simbiatu Ajikawo ‘Little Simz’, Jasmine Jobson (Lie Low, Obey), Araloyin Oshunremi (Heartstopper), rap and grime artist Natalie Athanasiou ‘NoLay’, Saffron Hocking (London Kills, White Gold), Joshua Blissett (Blue Story, Young Wallander) and Adwoa Aboah (Willow).
A synopsis for the new season from Netflix says: "Sully’s actions at the end of the last series have rewritten his business rules with Dushane.
"As new shared problems arise, everything they've built comes under threat from forces outside and within their empire.
"Can they coexist by the rules of the road they’ve lived by their whole lives in a world that is changing before them? Or can there only be one TOP BOY?"
The first two series of the crime thriller were broadcast on Channel 4, but the channel dropped the show before a third series could be made.
However, rapper Drake piped up to say how much he loved it - which was when Netflix got involved and revived the show.
The streamer has since released two series - this latest instalment being the third - deciding to rebrand the original two Channel 4 seasons as Top Boy: Summerhouse.
The final series of Top Boy arrives on Netflix on 7 September.