Filming has begun for the second series of BBC comedy Ladhood.
From writer, actor and comedian Liam Williams, Ladhood explores the highs and lows of teenage life.
Williams explores the roots and realities of modern-day masculinity by looking at his own memories of a misspent adolescence.
Series two will follow a teenage Williams (Oscar Kennedy), with his best mates Ralph (Samuel Bottomley), Addy (Aquib Khan) and Craggy (Shaun Thomas), tackle the fun and hardships of being a teenager in a Leeds suburb in the early noughties.
The lads go through GCSE results, driving tests, their first big night out in town and breakups.
Viewers will watch Williams’ adolescent misadventures in parallel with scenes from the life of present-day adult Williams (played by creator Liam Williams), as he looks back at his teenage years and tries to learn from his mistakes.
Liam Williams commented: “The BBC have asked me to tell you how excited I am to be filming series two of Ladhood so it's lucky that I am, in fact, very excited.
“They've also asked me to say a bit about what we can expect from series two, to which I'd say it'll be like series one but all the characters are a bit older.”
The first series of Ladhood is available on BBC iPlayer.