Enterprice. Image shows from L to R: Kazim (Kayode Ewumi), Jeremiah (Trieve Blackwood-Cambridge). Copyright: Fudge Park.

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BBC Three (Online) sitcom starring Kayode Ewumi. 10 episodes (pilot + 2 series), 2017 - 2020. Stars Kayode Ewumi, Trieve Blackwood-Cambridge, Thea Gajic, Joan Iyiola and others.

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Enterprice. Image shows from L to R: Jeremiah (Trieve Blackwood-Cambridge), Kazim (Kayode Ewumi). Copyright: Fudge Park.

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Sitcom about two young entrepreneurs in the early stages of rolling out their home delivery service

Genre
Sitcom
Published
2017 - 2020
Platform
BBC Three (Online)
Episodes
10   (1 pilot + 2 series)
Creator
Kayode Ewumi
Starring
Kayode Ewumi, Trieve Blackwood-Cambridge, Thea Gajic, Joan Iyiola, Fatou Sohna, Kiell Smith-Bynoe, Roger Griffiths, Tanya Moodie and others
Writer
Kayode Ewumi
Directors
Nida Manzoor and Ella Jones
Producer
Phil Gilbert

Kazim and Jeremiah are two young entrepreneurs in the early stages of rolling out their home delivery service, Speedi-Kazz. Both are blessed with different skill-sets: Kaz has the energy and confidence, and Jerry has the brains - but on occasion these differences can leave them at loggerheads.

Series 2 sees the duo reunited after confronting racist gentrifiers, a terrifying 12 year-old and a magic fox. Kazim and Jeremiah are in the red... it's time to start hustling.

Their delivery service Speedi-Kazz may be growing in popularity, but times are still tough - Kazim's been kicked out of his mum's house and Jeremiah's savings are vanishing by the minute. Instead they'll use their street smarts to get ahead, making deals with everyone, including dangerous market stall holders, unpredictable music producers and over-friendly CEOs.

Plus, there's a new addition to the team - wily teenager Simi, who splits her time between doing drop-offs and revising for her GCSEs. Keep it Speedi!

Production Details

Part of

BBC Comedy Pilots 2017

BBC Comedy Slices 2017

Production company
Laugh track
None

Broadcast details

First broadcast
Monday 13th November 2017 on BBC Three (Online) at 10am
Last new broadcast
Sunday 8th March 2020 on BBC Three (Online) at 6am
Last repeat
Saturday 22nd December 2018 at 12:25am on BBC1 Wales

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