The Young Offenders. Image shows from L to R: Conor MacSweeney (Alex Murphy), Jock O'Keeffe (Chris Walley).

The Young Offenders

BBC Three (Online) sitcom based on the 2016 Irish film. 7 episodes (1 series) in 2018. Stars Chris Walley, Alex Murphy, Hilary Rose, Jennifer Barry and others.

Another series is in development.
Episode 4 is repeated on BBC1 on Monday at 10:35pm.

Video Clips

Billy Murphy and the coin tossing

The Young Offenders take on Billy Murphy in a coin toss game.

From Christmas Special. Featuring: Chris Walley (Jock O'Keeffe), Alex Murphy (Conor MacSweeney), Shane Casey (Billy Murphy).

The Young Offenders get acting tips

It is Christmas week. Conor and Jock accidentally become extras on a film set, and meet a movie star.

From Christmas Special. Featuring: Chris Walley (Jock O'Keeffe), Alex Murphy (Conor MacSweeney), Robert Sheehan.

Hostage Taker

A wild bus ride is accidentally instigated by local bully Billy Murphy.

From Series 1, Episode 6. Featuring: Chris Walley (Jock O'Keeffe), Alex Murphy (Conor MacSweeney), Shane Casey (Billy Murphy), Antoinette Hilliard (Woman on Bus #1), Fionula Linehan (Woman on Bus #2), Michael Murphy (Businessman on Bus).

Working is for dickheads

Conor and Jock have been instructed to take up unpaid part-time work experience.

From Series 1, Episode 5. Featuring: Chris Walley (Jock O'Keeffe), Alex Murphy (Conor MacSweeney), Hilary Rose (Mairead MacSweeney), Pat O'Connell (Mairead's Boss).

Driving with Ma Ma Mairead

Mairead decides that a family bonding session on a road trip to buy a replacement fridge will be just the thing to bond with Conor.

From Series 1, Episode 4. Featuring: Chris Walley (Jock O'Keeffe), Alex Murphy (Conor MacSweeney), Hilary Rose (Mairead MacSweeney).

The Young Offenders sing at Jock's Mam's grave

Conor, Jock, Siobhan and Linda visit the grave of Jock's mother, and sing her favourite song.

From Series 1, Episode 3. Featuring: Chris Walley (Jock O'Keeffe), Alex Murphy (Conor MacSweeney), Jennifer Barry (Siobhan Walsh), Demi Isacc Oviawe (Linda Walsh).