New Brassic trailer chaos and what we can expect from season 3
Written by Skywave Radio News on January 26, 2021
The third season of hit Lancashire TV show Brassic is set to return this year with a first look trailer for what we can expected released.
Brassic was created by Chorley actor Joe Gilgun, who also stars in the show as Vincent ‘Vinnie’ O’Neill.
Since it’s creation, filming for the black comedy has taken place across the likes of Bacup, the South Pennines, Bolton, and Manchester city centre, with Bacup regularly used for the show’s fictional town, Hawley.
Season two ended on a cliff-hanger with Erin, played by Michelle Keegan, whispering to Vinne a secret before he got taken away by police.
An eight episode season three is now returning to Sky One this year with the rest of the gang – Tommo, Dylan, JJ, Ashley, Carol, Cardi, Sugar and Farmer Jim.
The trailer promises that ‘chaos is coming’, with the cast seen up to no good with stealing vehicles, farm animals, car crashes, and a rather unfortunate incident with a plastic bottle in a car.
“Thrilling, funny and specially extended to eight episodes, the new season sees the friends thrown deeper and deeper into trouble,” Sky Ones says.
“With pressure building from the police and crime boss Mr. McCann, Vinnie is forced to ruthlessly take no prisoners in his bid to escape.
“Bigger, bolder and more bonkers than ever, it’s a hectic world of bulls, snakes, kidnappings, betrayal, and this time, a full-size horse… it’s classic Brassic.”
Brassic 3 is being made for Sky by Calamity Films and was commissioned by Zai Bennett, Sky’s Managing Director of Content and Jon Mountague, Sky Studios’ Director of Comedy.
The executive producers are David Livingston for Calamity Films, alongside Joe Gilgun and Danny Brocklehurst.
A lot of what happens in the show is based on Gilgun’s life growing up in Chorley – although what is fact and what is fiction has for the most, been left up to the viewers to decide.
Last year the cast were regularly spotted filming season 3 with Covid-secure measures in place to make sure cast and crew were safe.
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