Prime Video and BBC One have picked up a third season of comedy thriller The Outlaws from creator, star, and award-winning writer and director Stephen Merchant (The Office) and co-creator Elgin James (Mayans M.C.).

The series follows a group of strangers from different walks of life forced together to complete a community payback sentence in Bristol.

With crime boss The Dean (Claes Bang, DraculaBad Sisters) behind bars awaiting trial, The Outlaws are moving on with their lives—until one of their own returns with a deadly secret, hurling them back into mortal danger. As a murder manhunt closes in on the gang, can they prove their innocence before The Dean’s case collapses, and he comes looking for revenge?

Stephen Merchant returns to the series as Greg, along with Rhianne Barreto (HonourHanna) as Rani, Gamba Cole (Soon Gone: A Windrush ChronicleHanna) as Ben, Darren Boyd (Killing EveTrying) as John, Clare Perkins (EastEndersThe Wheel of Time) as Myrna, Eleanor Tomlinson (PoldarkThe Nevers) as Lady Gabby, Jessica Gunning (BackFortitude) as Diane, Charles Babalola (Bancroft) as Malaki, and Tom Hanson (Brassic) as Spencer.

The Outlaws is a Big Talk and Four Eyes production co-created by Stephen Merchant—who also serves as an executive producer, director, and writer—and Elgin James. Luke Alkin, Kenton Allen, and Matthew Justice also serve as executive producers for Big Talk, along with John Butler. The Outlaws is co-produced by BBC One and Amazon Studios. Global distribution is handled by BBC Studios for all three seasons.

Jon Creamer

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