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 5 is repeated on Thursday at 10pm.

Press Clippings

Best British TV shows of every year since 2000

A nation's taste in television tells you a lot about its state of mind.

Ed Power, The Independent, 4th December 2018

Definitive guide to British comedy since Fawlty Towers

The British are coming, and they want to invade your television. With ... laughter.

Devon Ivie, Vulture, 21st November 2018

James Buckley won't let kids watch The Inbetweeners

James Buckley says his kids will "never" be allowed to watch the sitcom, because he doesn't want to lose what "little respect" he has from them already.

Female First, 20th November 2018

The Inbetweeners to host 10 year birthday show

The cast of The Inbetweeners are to reunite to feature in a two-hour Channel 4 show celebrating the success of the sitcom.

British Comedy Guide, 14th November 2018

Was 'The Inbetweeners' ever truly acceptable?

One of its stars has complained that people would find it too offensive, here's why he's missed the point entirely.

Tristan Cross, ShortList, 19th October 2018

Stop tring to make an Inbetweeners reunion happen

Let things die - we'll always have the repeats.

Alex Finnis, i Newspaper, 29th May 2018

When good TV goes bad: The Inbetweeners

Teenage innocence and anxieties kept the viewers laughing but with the characters reaching adulthood, the humour lagged behind

Daniel Dylan Wray, The Guardian, 14th May 2018

Inbetweeners Series 4 rumours are false

There are no plans to make a fourth series of hit sitcom The Inbetweeners, despite rumours sparked by star James Buckley today.

British Comedy Guide, 6th May 2018

The Inbetweeners at 10 - Iain Morris interview

Iain Morris says: "I didn't really know the show was a success until we saw the DVD sales for the first film, then I remember thinking 'oh, maybe this is popular'"

Nick Mitchell, i Newspaper, 2nd May 2018

How the Inbetweeners became a classic

It had a lukewarm reception when it debuted 10 years ago, but Damon Beesley and Iain Morris's show about suburban school friends has become that rare thing: a national-treasure sitcom.

Rachel Aroesti, The Guardian, 1st May 2018