Brassic. Image shows from L to R: JJ (Parth Thakerar), Ash (Aaron Heffernan), Vinnie (Joe Gilgun), Erin (Michelle Keegan), Dylan (Damien Molony), Cardi (Tom Hanson), Tommo (Ryan Sampson). Copyright: Calamity Films.


Comedy drama about a group of young men living in Lancashire


Mabs Macbeth

  • Monday 9th September 2019, 9:49pm
  • West Yorkshire, United Kingdom
  • 14 posts

why oh why oh why? when did somebody call 'Brassic a comedy? Joe Gilgun I like his character but it's not a comedy it's shameless for the next generation. I've just started watching and I have to admit that last Thursday's episode I really enjoyed that. I love the connection of friends but also I m one of these people who enjoy storytelling and Joe's lines are rather real. I would definitely sit in a room with Vinnie any day because you can have a real convo with him. I mean let's face it it's either Brassic or Brexit. I just like them little softer moments between Vinnie and the little kid and the dialogue. "sorry I sound unfunny' but I just wanted to post my feelings on what shows I might watch. I'm looking forward to the return of Plebs at the end of the month. it's an improvement on the live-action on the flintstones. If you are looking for a political comedy well watching the house of lords is a comedy in its self, for starters, the country is a mess and everyone sounds like their ex cattle featured in classic Emmerdale. I m starting to think about that ad for ojo bingo because now we have Boris they can now rename it Bojo Bingo.