Sky has confirmed it has commissioned its hit comedy, Brassic, for a seventh season.

The order sees the series hitting the 50 episodes milestone, with Series 6 launching later this year.

Series 7 pre-production begins this Autumn.

Co-creator Danny Brocklehurst said: “’Season seven! How did this happen?!? Brassic is a delight to make and it’s a privilege to create more chaos for our loyal and loving audience.”

Alex Moody, Head of Comedy Commissioning, Sky Studios said: “We couldn’t be happier that Vinnie and the gang will return for another raucous ride, bringing heart, laughs and Farmer Jim’s unrivalled swear-count back to Sky for a seventh series.”

David Livingstone, Calamity Films added: “It’s a great treat to be commissioned for a 50th hour of the madness that is Brassic. All of us cannot wait.”

Brassic, is one of Sky’s longest-running comedy series and is produced by Calamity Films and co-created by Joseph Gilgun and Danny Brocklehurst.


Jon Creamer

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