Michelle Keegan’s Brassic returns to Sky1 at 10pm tonight – here’s what’s in store for episode four

Michelle Keegan’s Brassic returns to Sky1 at 10pm tonight – here’s what’s in store for episode four

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BRASSIC, starring Michelle Keegan and Ryan Sampson, is back with its fourth instalment TONIGHT (Thursday, September 5).

Viewers are loving the brand new comedy series, which dropped on Sky One on Thursday, August 22.

Brassic is a brand new comedy that airs on Sky1
Brassic is a brand new comedy that airs on Sky One
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How to watch Brassic?

The first season of Brassic premiered on August 22, 2019 on Sky One, with episodes airing every Thursday night from 10pm.

However, fans of the show can watch the entire series – made up on six episodes – on Sky on-demand.

Alternatively, NOW TV subscription holders can access the show on the streaming service.

Who is in the cast?

Here is the full cast of Sky One’s Brassic:

Joseph Gilgun

The show focuses its attention on Vinnie and his best pal Dylan (pictured: Joseph Gilgun)

It’s hard not to have heard of Joseph Gilgun, who has quite literally dominated the TV scene in recent years – from AMC’s Preacher to 2015’s The Last Witch Hunter.

He’s also famous for starring alongside Antonia Thomas, Karla Crome and Iwan Rheon in the E4 teen drama Misfits from 2011 to 2013.

Joseph takes on the role of Vinnie in the Sky One series.

Michelle Keegan

Former Coronation Street favourite Michelle Keegan plays Erin in the Brassic
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Former Coronation Street star and Mark Wright’s wife Michelle Keegan is also lending her acting skills to the spanking new series.

She’s widely known for her role as Georgie Lane in Our Girl and Tina Moore in the mini-series Tina and Bobby – so it’s fair to say that she’s remained busy since leaving Corrie.

She’ll be starring as Erin in Brassic.

Damien Molony

Former GameFace star Damien Molony stars as Dylan
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Damien Molony will star as Dylan.

The actor has kept up appearances in a number of roles as of late, including Jon in the TV series GameFace and DS Jack Weston in Suspects.

Aaron Heffernan

Aaron Heffernan takes on the role of Ash in Brassic

Aaron is an actor known for his work in Solo: A Star Wars Story, Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa and We Watch You Watch.

He also had a role in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, as well as the series Love/Hate.

In Brassic he portrays Ash in the six-party comedy series, Brassic.

Ryan Sampson

Ryan Sampson plays Tommo in Brassic

Ryan, who was born on Novermber 28, 1985 in South Yorkshire, England is an actor and writer.

He has famously starred in Plebs, Wire in the Blood and The Frankenstein Chronicles.

But in Brassic he takes on the role of Tommo, who is kidnapped in episode four.

Tom Hanson

Tom Hanson portrays Cardi in Brassic

Tom starred in Murder on the Orient Express and Branagh Theatre Live: Romeo and Juliet.

The actor has also had roles in TV show like The Tunnel, The Moorside and Silent Witness.

He plays Cardi in the six-party comedy series set in Lancashire.

Parth Thakerar

Parth Thakerar plays JJ in Sky Ones Brassic
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Parth has also starred in the TV series Gangs of London and will appear in the 2020 Sci-Fi Brave New World.

His other TV credits include The Good Karma Hospital, Doc Martin and Midsomer Murders.

Additionally, the actor has worked with the National Theatre Live and plays the role of JJ in the show.

Tadhg Murphy

Tadhg Murphy appears in Sky One’s Brassic
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Tadhg is the 40-year-old Irish actor who you’ve probably seen in many different, including Vikings, Will and Black Sails.

He’s playing Gary Cullen in the forthcoming series.

Steven Hartley

Steven Hartley stars in Sky One’s Brassic
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Steven is one of the best-known faces and voices on UK film, television and radio.

Aside from having voiced characters in a number of leading video games over the years, he’s also appeared in the TV series Doctors, where he played Dr. Jack Ford.

In Brassic, however, he will be portraying the character of Russell Hardwicke.

John Weaver

Rising star John Weaver continues to make moves as he joins the cast of Sky One’s Brassic.

He’s had a couple of recurring roles on shows such as Hollyoaks and Emmerdale.

You can catch him on the show playing Slater when it airs on August 22.

What’s in store for episode four of Brassic?

In episode four of Brassic Vinnie and some of the boys take money from a disgruntled woman, who hires them to kill her ex-husband’s prized koi carp collection.

But their plan does not as they had hoped, as Tommo ends up being kidnapped in the process – what will they do?

What’s happened in Brassic so far?

Brassic is about a group of friends who commit crimes in order to stay afloat, which has seen them steal everything from cars to – wait for it – ponies!

Character Dylan (played by Damien Molony) is forced to make a big decision after his girlfriend Erin (Michelle Keegan) is desperate to leave town.

She wants her boyfriend to call it a day with his criminal ways and start a new life for himself – but in doing so, it would also mean cutting ties with his best mate Vinnie.

Former Misfits star Joseph Gilgun discussed the creation process of Brassic at the show’s recent premiere in London.

He said: “I’m talking a lot with Dominic West, I’m hanging out with him, we’re a bizarre pair up me and him but we do seem to get on for some reason.

“We have a bit of a chat and I start telling him about these stories and he just said this is pointless, you can’t just be telling yarns like this on a f****** balcony, he said I need to introduce you to David Livingstone.

“He said we kind of need something on paper, these stories are fantastic but we do need something on page.

“So what I did is I pulled all of my lawn furniture, I was living in a council house at the time, I pulled all the lawn furniture out and we just started writing what was about to be a hybrid book”.

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