Way To Go. Image shows from L to R: Cozzo (Marc Wootton), Scott (Blake Harrison), Joey (Ben Heathcote). Copyright: BBC
Way To Go

Way To Go

  • TV sitcom
  • BBC Three
  • 2013
  • 6 episodes (1 series)

BBC Three comedy about two brothers and their friend; unlucky in life, they attempt to improve their lot by setting up an assisted-suicide business. Stars Blake Harrison, Ben Heathcote, Marc Wootton, Laura Aikman, Sinead Matthews and Melanie Jessop

Way To Go

Written and created by Bob Kushell (The Simpsons, 3rd Rock from the Sun), and starring Blake Harrison (The Inbetweeners), Marc Wootton, Ben Heathcote, Laura Aikman and Sinéad Matthews.

Scott's life is in freefall: his girlfriend has just left him, he's dropped out of studying medicine and he's desperate for cash to help save his brother. Out of the blue his terminally ill neighbour comes to him for a favour - to help him commit suicide. Scott reluctantly agrees, and in the process, he and his two friends decide to set up their own illicit assisted-suicide business.

The disillusioned vet's receptionist, his dangerously deep-in-debt gambling brother and the fast food restaurant machine engineer might just be on to a winner with their new business. But do the hapless 20-something mates have the necessary acumen to manage a thriving dodgy concern when they are constantly distracted by their struggle with relationships, finance and life itself?

Either way they're going to give it a go - after all it's just business, not life or death...

First released: Monday 25th February 2013

Extra features

  • Behind the Scenes Interviews
  • Distributor: 2 Entertain
  • Region: 2 & 4
  • Discs: 1
  • Minutes: 180
  • Subtitles: English
  • Catalogue: BBCDVD3784

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