The Inbetweeners. Image shows from L to R: Simon Cooper (Joe Thomas), Will Mackenzie (Simon Bird), Neil Sutherland (Blake Harrison), Jay Cartwright (James Buckley). Copyright: Bwark Productions.

The Inbetweeners

E4 sitcom about four school kids. 18 episodes (3 series), 2008 - 2010. Stars Simon Bird, Joe Thomas, James Buckley, Blake Harrison and others.

Series 2, Episode 1 is repeated tomorrow at 9pm.

Press Clippings

How we made The Inbetweeners

Joe Thomas: "They offered me a prosthetic testicle for the fashion show scene but I thought, what's the point? I was hardly going to claw back any dignity."

Rich Pelley, The Guardian, 9th November 2020

Disability need not be a punchline

British television and British humour are two worlds that go hand in hand. British comedy television contains many representations of various groups, but disability often meets comedy at an intersection where disabled people sit at the butt of cheap jokes: from the severely sight impaired American cartoon character Mr Magoo to the use of mental health problems for comedic gain in Peep Show.

Bethany Dawson and Tobias Soar, Black on White TV, 9th July 2020

Megan McKenna was in The Inbetweeners aged 16

Megan McKenna has shocked fans by revealing that she was in Channel 4 series The Inbetweeners.

The 27-year-old star appeared in the second series of the show back in 2009, making her 16 at the time.

Stephanie Soteriou, The Sun, 4th July 2020

James Buckley rakes in £100k with abusive fan messages

The former Inbetweeners star was regularly asked to send abusive messages to viewers of the student comedy in the guise of his character Jay, but refused - until he realised he could make money by signing up for celebrity messaging platform Cameo.

Female First, 29th June 2020

Simon Bird says he wasn't a "poster boy" for misogyny

Simon Bird has denied being a "poster boy" for misogynist comedy during his time starring in The Inbetweeners.

NME, 1st June 2020

Inbetweeners creators hope to work with cast again

The Inbetweeners creators Iain Morris and Damon Beesley aren't quite done with the cast of the sitcom just yet.

Together, the pair have just created the brand-new football comedy series The First Team, which stars the likes of Will Arnett and Chris Geere.

And while there may be plenty more projects the pair explore first, they've made it clear that they intend to reunite with The Inbetweeners boys at some point in the future, even if it's for a completely different show.

Chris Edwards & Abby Robinson, Digital Spy, 18th May 2020

10 British comedy shows that need worldwide recognition

The average viewer enjoys great comedy television shows, but they may not have heard of these phenomenal British series designed to make you laugh.

Alex H., Screen Rant, 6th March 2020

Simon Bird confirms no reunion for The Inbetweeners

The Inbetweeners star Simon Bird confirmed to Lorraine that there would be no reunion for the E4 sitcom despite reunion news for Friends.

Lewis Knight, The Mirror, 24th February 2020

Introducing The Inbetweeners to a French person

Turns out the humour does translate but, unfortunately, some things require questions.

Wayne Farry, JOE, 24th February 2020

The 100 best TV shows of the 21st century

The Thick Of It is the highest rated British comedy in fourth place. Also listed: The Office (6), Fleabag (8), Peep Show (9), Nighty Night (16), Black Mirror (23), Spaced (29), Catastrophe (34), Brass Eye (37), Detectorists (38), Nathan Barley (47), Black Books (53), Inside No. 9 (66), Shameless (70), The Inbetweeners (74), Gavin and Stacey (81), Fresh Meat (86), Garth Marenghi's Darkplace (92), The Trip (95) and The Mighty Boosh (98).

The Guardian, 16th September 2019