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Brassic is ‘set to be renewed for a seventh season’ and fans couldn’t be more delighted after reports it was going to be axed post-series six

Brassic is reportedly being ‘renewed for a seventh season’ after it was reported in October last year that the show would be axed after series six.

According to Radio timesThe seventh season of the Sky comedy, co-created by Joseph Gilgun and Danny Brocklehurst, will start pre-production later this year in the autumn.

Speaking about the announcement, co-creator Danny said: “Season 7! How did this happen?!? Brassic is a joy to make and it is a privilege to create more chaos for our loyal and loving audience.”

Meanwhile, Alex Moody, head of comedy assignment at Sky Studios, said: ‘We couldn’t be happier that Vinnie and the gang are returning for another raucous ride, bringing heart, laughter and the unparalleled curse of Farmer Jim back to Sky for a seventh series.’

Fans of the comedy series also took to X, formerly known as Twitter, to express their joy at the news.

Brassic is reportedly 'renewed for a seventh season' after it was reported last October that the show would be axed after series six

Brassic is reportedly ‘renewed for a seventh season’ after it was reported last October that the show would be axed after series six

According to Radio Times, the seventh season of the Sky Comedy, co-created by Joseph Gilgun and Danny Brocklehurst, will start pre-production later this year in the autumn.

According to Radio Times, the seventh season of the Sky Comedy, co-created by Joseph Gilgun and Danny Brocklehurst, will start pre-production later this year in the autumn.

According to Radio Times, the seventh season of the Sky Comedy, co-created by Joseph Gilgun and Danny Brocklehurst, will start pre-production later this year in the autumn.

One fan wrote: ‘Brilliant, one of the best shows on TV.’;

‘Comedy of the highest order, brilliant characters, great storylines and NEVER failing to produce loud laughs in every episode. Really great news.’;

‘Heap! Fantastic news! (love heart emoji)’;

‘OMG best news ever.’

Season six of the series will air later this year and continues the exciting plot twist from the season five finale.

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The major plot development in question saw Terence McCann (Ramon Tikaram), 57, orchestrate an attack on the gang from his prison cell, despite previously only appearing in the show’s first few seasons.

It has not yet been confirmed who will return for seasons six and seven, but viewers can expect to see main characters Michelle Keegan, 37, Tom Hanson, Aaron Heffernan, 34, Ryan Sampson, 38, and Parth Thakerar all make another appearance. their roles.

MailOnline has contacted representatives for comment.

It has not yet been confirmed who will return for seasons six and seven, but viewers can expect to see main characters Michelle Keegan, 37, Tom Hanson, Aaron Heffernan, 34, Ryan Sampson, 38, and Parth Thakerar all make another appearance.  their roles

It has not yet been confirmed who will return for seasons six and seven, but viewers can expect to see main characters Michelle Keegan, 37, Tom Hanson, Aaron Heffernan, 34, Ryan Sampson, 38, and Parth Thakerar all make another appearance.  their roles

It has not yet been confirmed who will return for seasons six and seven, but viewers can expect to see main characters Michelle Keegan, 37, Tom Hanson, Aaron Heffernan, 34, Ryan Sampson, 38, and Parth Thakerar all make another appearance. their roles

It comes after Brassic was reportedly set to be axed after its sixth series as the cast wanted to move on from the Sky comedy to work on other projects.

The show, which stars Michelle Erin Croft, launched its fifth season last year and followed shortly after with a Christmas special in December.

However, a report at the time revealed that the show is ‘unlikely’ to return in 2024 as producers were working on a ‘sixth and final episode’.

A Sky insider said this The mirror: ‘It is very unlikely that Brassic will return after the sixth series of next year. It has had incredible success, but the feeling among some of the cast is that it is time to move on.’

‘Ryan considered leaving after series five but was persuaded to continue by Sky bosses. Michelle also finds it harder to organize her schedule around filming because she is in high demand for so many projects.”

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However, a Sky spokesperson denied the show will end after series six, telling MailOnline: ‘Brassic has not been cancelled. The show remains one of Sky’s best-performing original comedies. With a very successful launch of series five last week, it is a firm favorite with our customers.”

Brassic is set to be renewed for a seventh season

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Fans of the comedy series also took to X, formerly known as Twitter, to express their delight at the news shared by Neil Ashton

Fans of the comedy series also took to X, formerly known as Twitter, to express their delight at the news shared by Neil Ashton

Fans of the comedy series also took to X, formerly known as Twitter, to express their delight at the news shared by Neil Ashton

‘A growing number of them continue to discover this award-winning series on-demand as it airs on Sky Max on Thursdays at 10pm.’

David Livingston, executive producer of Brassic, Calamity Films, added: “The series is not being cancelled. We’ve just released series five and the ratings are through the roof with a Christmas special and a sixth series in production. Like the Brassic character Farmer Jim might say. ‘This is horse #*!!.’

Original comedy Brassic follows Vinnie O’Neill (Joseph Gilgun), 40, and his five friends, including Michelle’s single mother.

The group struggles to make ends meet in Hawley’s fictional town and often resorts to petty crime for money.

When Dylan’s girlfriend Erin wants to make a fresh start in a new city, Dylan is torn between following her or staying with the friends he considers brothers.

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