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Fresh Meat. Image shows from L to R: Kingsley (Joe Thomas), Vod (Zawe Ashton), Josie (Kimberley Nixon), JP (Jack Whitehall), Howard (Greg McHugh), Oregon (Charlotte Ritchie). Copyright: Objective Productions / Lime Pictures.

Fresh Meat

Channel 4 comedy drama. 30 episodes (4 series), 2011 - 2016. Stars Jack Whitehall, Joe Thomas, Charlotte Ritchie, Kimberley Nixon, Zawe Ashton, Greg McHugh, Tony Gardner and others.

Series 4, Episode 3 is repeated on Saturday at 2:35am.

Fresh Meat. Image shows from L to R: Kingsley (Joe Thomas), Vod (Zawe Ashton), Josie (Kimberley Nixon), Howard (Greg McHugh), Oregon (Charlotte Ritchie), JP (Jack Whitehall). Copyright: Objective Productions / Lime Pictures.

Fresh Meat

Comedy drama following six mis-matched students who are starting university in Manchester and sharing the same house together

Genre
Comedy Drama
Broadcast
2011 - 2016
Channel
Channel 4
Episodes
30   (4 series)
Starring
Jack Whitehall, Joe Thomas, Charlotte Ritchie, Kimberley Nixon, Zawe Ashton, Greg McHugh, Tony Gardner, Jelka Van Houten and others
Writers
Jesse Armstrong, Sam Bain, Tony Roche, Penny Skinner, Keith Akushie, Richard Pinto, Rose Heiney, Jon Brown and others
Directors
David Kerr, Nick Wood, Annie Griffin, Gordon Anderson, Jamie Jay Johnson and Tony Roche
Producer
Rhonda Smith

Comedy drama from the award-winning creators of Peep Show, Sam Bain and Jesse Armstrong.

The series follows a group of six students embarking on the most exciting period of their lives thus far - university! Away from home for the first time, on the brink of adult life, they are about to discover who they really are. From the moment they ship up as freshers at their shared house, their lives are destined to collide, overlap and run the whole gamut of appalling behaviour and terrible errors of judgement.

They are: JP, a public school boy with good teeth and an inflated sense of entitlement; Kingsley, who is charming, loveable and crushingly insecure; and Josie, an overly enthusiastic fresher, determined to experience 'new things', however bad they are for you. Then there's socially awkward and know-it-all Howard; straight talking, hard-living Vod; and finally Oregon, desperate to be cool and terrified of being boring.

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