The eagerly awaited final chapter of This Is England ’90 will return to screens this Sunday.
Following on from the critically acclaimed This Is England feature film, the final instalment of Shane Meadows’ award-winning series will be set in the 1990s.
Channel 4’s extension, This Is England ’86 focused on the Mod revival, following with Christmas special This Is England ’88.
Set two years after the troubled '80s era, the new series focuses on the heady scenes of '90s raving era.
Thomas Turgoose and Joe Gilgun will reprise their main roles.
Speaking to BBC Radio 4, the director said that the characters have made a huge connection with audiences because "separately we're all potty, but together we seem to work”.
The series is written by Shane Meadows and Jack Thorne and produced by The Warp Films, which is producing Sky's upcoming drama The Panthers.
This Is England ’90 begins on September 13 at 9pm on Channel 4.