BBC and RTÉ have picked up the Irish comedy show The Young Offenders for a fourth season. We haven’t seen Conor MacSweeney (Alex Murphy) and Jock O’Keeffe (Chris Walley) on screen since the end of the third season, almost three years ago.
The two funny crooks from Cork first appeared in the 2016 movie of the same name, which won an IFTA. The movie was later turned into a popular TV show.
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About Young Offenders Series
The Young Offenders is an Irish coming-of-age television sitcom that Peter Foott developed for RTÉ and BBC Three. The show is based on the IFTA-winning 2016 film of the same name.
The series follows the lives of Conor MacSweeney and Jock O’Keeffe, lovable rogues from Cork, as they navigate their awkward teenage years, hatching plans and adventures to help distract them from their tough home lives.
The show stars Alex Murphy, Chris Walley, Hilary Rose, Dominic MacHale, Jennifer Barry, Demi Isaac Oviawe, P. J. Gallagher, Orla Fitzgerald, and Shane Casey.
The first series began broadcasting on 1 February 2018, and there have been three series. The show has been well-received, and a fourth series has been confirmed.
Young Offenders Series Season 4 Release Date
Both BBC and RTÉ have confirmed the Young Offenders Series 4. The sitcom will move to BBC One, and BBC Three has approved the release date of 2024, as reported by British Comedy Guide.
The show’s creator, Peter Foott, has expressed excitement about the move to BBC One. The Young Offenders is also looking for new acting talent for season four.
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What can we expect from the plot of The Young Offenders Series 4?
There is no official information about the plot of The Young Offenders Series 4. However, we can expect the show to continue following the coming-of-age adventures of Conor and Jock, two lovable rogues from Cork, as they navigate their awkward teenage years, encountering love, loss, peer pressure, and other challenges.
The show’s creator, Peter Foott, has expressed excitement about the move to BBC One and the opportunity to expand on the characters already seen in the film.
The Young Offenders Series 4 cast details
Here are the cast details for The Young Offenders Series 4:
- Alex Murphy as Conor McSweeney
- Chris Walley as Jock O’Keeffe
- Hilary Rose as Máiréad MacSweeney
- Dominic MacHale as Sergeant Healy
These actors have been part of the main cast since the beginning of the series, and they are expected to return for the fourth season. According to Joe, a casting call has also been issued for new acting talent for the upcoming season.
The director for The Young Offenders Series 4 will be Jamie Jay Johnson. Other actors may be added to the cast, but no further details have been announced yet.
Where can we watch The Young Offenders Series 4?
The Young Offenders Series 4 will be available on BBC One and RTÉ. The show initially started on BBC Three but has now moved to BBC One. The exact premiere date for The Young Offenders Series 4 has been confirmed by BBC Three for 2024.
The Young Offenders Series 4 Trailer
Currently, no official trailer is available for The Young Offenders Series 4. However, fans can check out the official YouTube channel for The Young Offenders, which features trailers for the show’s previous seasons.
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