All Episodes Of Brassic Season Two Arriving On Sky On 7 May
If lockdown has seen you binge watching more than ever before, then Sky have some good news for you because every single episode of the second season of Brassic will be landing on 7 May.
The second season picks up where we left off with Vinnie (Joseph Gilgun), Erin (Michelle Keegan), Dylan (Damien Molony), Ash (Aaron Heffernan) and the rest.
Alongside the previous cast members, John Thomson and Bill Paterson will be in joining for the second season - with Thomson set to play a clown.
A synopsis for the first episode reads: "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 played by John Thomson, the gang aim to make this theft a 'roaring' success..."
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Speaking about the second season in an interview with HeyUGuys, Gilgun revealed that we'll be seeing Vinnie get himself in more sticky situations.
"There's no second album syndrome at all," he said. "We just hit the ground running. Naturally Vinnie gets into a ton of s*** again, everything he steals is wrong and he never makes a penny from. He's long suffering is our Vinnie."
The first season was a smash hit with viewers, so it should come as absolutely no surprise at all that it's been renewed for a third season before we've even seen the second.
Sky announced the good news back in February, with a delighted Gilgun saying: "I'm so grateful to everyone involved in the making of Brassic season one and two, they're some of the kindest and most resilient people I've had the pleasure of working with. Each and every one of them friends.
"Also the public played a huge role, it's very relieving to know your life story isn't incredibly boring."
Comprising six one-hour-long episodes, season two will be available in its entirety on Sky One and NOW TV from 7 May. You can catch up with the first season right now.
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