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Brassic

Sky One comedy drama about a group of working-class friends. 6 episodes (1 series) in 2019. Stars Joe Gilgun, Damien Molony, Michelle Keegan, Tom Hanson and others.

Brand new comedy. Starts on 2019 on Sky One.

Brassic

Comedy drama about a group of young men living in Lancashire

Genre
Comedy Drama
Broadcast
2019
Channel
Sky One
Episodes
6   (1 series)
Creators
Joe Gilgun and Danny Brocklehurst
Starring
Joe Gilgun, Damien Molony, Michelle Keegan, Tom Hanson, Aaron Heffernan, Ryan Sampson, Parth Thakerar, Ruth Sheen and Tim Key
Writer
Danny Brocklehurst
Directors
Daniel O'Hara and Jon Wright
Producers
Juliet Charlesworth, David Livingstone, Jon Mountague, Joe Gilgun and Danny Brocklehurst

Definition: "Brassic: Broke, penniless, without means, boracic lint - skint, on the bones of yer arse."

Brassic, with its distinct northern flavour, is about a group of working-class friends finding unconventional ways to win at life in northern suburbia.

Vinnie, a Lancashire lad with bipolar disorder, and Dylan, his razor-smart best mate, are inseparable and utterly co-dependant. They've hardly spent a day apart since birth. But Dylan's girlfriend Erin might just shake things up for good with her plans to leave town and start a new life for herself and her kid, Tyler.

Dylan is faced with the impossible decision between a fresh start with the love of his life or staying behind with his inseparable gang of mates that he can't live without. This gang includes: Cardi, champion kebab eater and total liability; Ash, the son of a family of fighting Travellers whose fists can get them out of most kinds of trouble; Tommo, the most sexually liberated man in Britain who doesn't care what people think; and JJ, a sharp entrepreneur who runs a garage (with a lucrative sideline in stolen cars).

These lads have dealt, scammed, bribed and conned their way through adolescence, but now, on the brink of adulthood, their dealing and stealing is catching up with them and a whole load of trouble is heading their way. Like a carefully stacked tower of cards, what happens if one of them is knocked down or, worse, removed from the pack entirely?

Veering between hilarious comedy and heartfelt emotion, Brassic is about irreplaceable, lifelong friends, loyalty and the things that come between them.

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