Sky’s “Brassic” Renewed for Seventh Season Ahead of Season 6 Premiere


Sky has ordered a seventh season of its popular comedy series “Brassic” even before the sixth season has aired. This early renewal highlights the network’s confidence in the show’s success and its loyal fan base.

Danny Brocklehurst, the series co-creator alongside series star Joe Gilgun, expressed his delight and surprise at the renewal, stating, “‘Season seven! How did this happen?!? Brassic is a delight to make, and it’s a privilege to create more chaos for our loyal and loving audience.”

The seventh season ensures that “Brassic” will match the record for Sky’s longest-running narrative comedy, currently held by “Trollied.” The show follows Joe Gilgun’s character, Vinnie O’Neill, and his band of small-time crooks in the fictional town of Hawley, delivering heart, laughs, and plenty of swearing along the way.

The renewal guarantees more hilarious antics and chaotic adventures for Vinnie and his gang, with production for the new season set to begin this autumn. With a great cast, including Michelle Keegan, Damien Molony, and Tom Hanson, “Brassic” has become a big winner for Sky, and fans can look forward to more raucous and entertaining episodes in the future.

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