News: Brassic, This Country, Judge Romesh, Young Offenders Up for Broadcast Awards

The shortlist for the annual Broadcast Digital Awards has been announced.

Brassic, Breeders, Enterprice, This Country, Young Offenders and Man Like Mobeen are up for Best Comedy Programme.

Judge Romesh and Shopping With Keith Lemon are in the shortlist for Best Entertainment Programme.

Dark Scottish comedy drama Guilt and My Left Nut are among the Best Drama nominees.

Rick & Morty, Succession and Shrill are on the Best Programme Acquisition shortlist.


News: Sky's Brassic Becomes A Binged Favourite

The return of Sky original Brassic to Sky One and streaming service NOW TV has seen enthusiastic fans bingeing the entire series as a box set in record time for the broadcaster. To date, the new series has seen 5.9 million requested downloads.


News: Date Revealed for Second Series Of Brassic

The date has been revealed for the second series of Sky's hit comedy Brassic.

The comedy drama co-created by Joseph Gilgun and BAFTA-winning writer Danny Brocklehurst, returns for a second series next month, with all episodes available from Thursday 7 May on Sky One and on streaming service NOW TV.


News: Brassic to Return for Third Series

Gritty comedy Brassic is to return to Sky and NOW TV for a third series. The news has been confirmed before the second series has been transmitted.

Sky’s most successful comedy drama in years will be back with its trademark mix of the hilarious, ridiculous and deeply poignant. Co-created by Joseph Gilgun and BAFTA-winning writer Danny Brocklehurst, the series  stars Joseph Gilgun, Michelle Keegan and Damien Molony.


News: Award Nominations For Home, Brassic, Derry Girls & More

The Writers' Guild of Great Britain has announced the shortlist for its annual awards, to be presented by writer, comedian and actor Katy Brand on Monday 13 January 2020 at the Royal College of Physicians in central London.

In the Best Situation Comedy Category the nominations are Brassic (Danny Brocklehurst), Derry Girls (Lisa McGee) and Home (Rufus Jones).


News: Brassic Is A Big Hit For Sky

Sky One's new series Brassic has proved to be a big hit for the broadcaster.

The northern comedy drama, co-created by its star Joseph Gilgun and BAFTA-winning writer Danny Brocklehurst, is their biggest original comedy series launch for over seven years, with 1.7m viewers watching the first episode.


News: Brassic Gets Second Series

Sky original Brassic, the new comedy drama co-created by Joseph Gilgun and BAFTA-winning writer Danny Brocklehurst, has been commissioned for a second series ahead of the premier of the first series, with all episodes of series one available today on Sky One and on streaming service NOW TV.


News: First Images And Trailer Released For New Sky Comedy Brassic

The first images and a trailer have been released to promote new Sky comedy Brassic. The series stars Joe Gilgun, Michelle Keegan, Ruth Sheen, Tim Key (pictured looking daft) and Dominic West (pictured looking serious) and will air on Sky One and NOW TV from 22nd August. 

The title comes from the work brassic, which is slang, coming from boracic lint, rhyming with skint.


News: Tim Key To Co-Star in New Comedy From Sky

Joe Gilgun (This is England), Michelle Keegan (Our Girl), Damien Molony (Ripper Street), Ruth Sheen and Tim Key are set to star in Brassic, a new original comedy from Sky co-created by Gilgun and BAFTA-winning writer Danny Brocklehurst. 

Production on the show will start in September for Sky and NOW TV. Written by Danny Brocklehurst (Safe), Brassic*, with its distinct northern flavour, is about a group of working-class friends finding unconventional ways to win at life in northern suburbia.


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