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Daily Demand (Last 7 days)
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Travelability

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Market Travelability
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Below Avg
24.5%
Average
64.1%
Good
8.6%
Outstanding
2.7%
Exceptional
0.2%
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About this title

Storyline

A comedy that follows a group of six students about to embark on the most exciting period of their lives so far, university.

Country: United Kingdom

Type: Scripted

Status: Ended

Language: English

Release Date: September 21, 2011

Also Known As: Οι Πρωτοετείς, Свежее мясо |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

england
roommate
college
sitcom

Company Credits

Production Co: Lime Pictures, Objective Productions

Cast

Phil Hamer
as House Party Guest
Leo Flanagan
as Albert
Neil Hurst
as Medic
Ryan Lever
as Class Mate/Rioter
Jessica Bell
as Ivy
Shubham Saraf
as Protestor 1
Neil Broome
as University Professor
Gary Damer
as Johnny Flame
Archie Madekwe
as Luca
Peter Gadiot
as Javier
Ayda Field
as Rosa
Peter Slater
as Clark
Rob Law
as Journalist
Thom Tuck
as John
Charlotte Ritchie
as Melissa 'Oregon' Shawcross
Jacob Denton
as Baz
Fisayo Akinade
as Vod Supporter 1
Stanley Townsend
as John Frobisher
Nicôle Lecky
as Leila
Simon Nock
as Mr. Pelling
James Puddephatt
as Reuben
Nora Connolly
as Rita
Daniel Hippolyte
as Simeon
Shazad Latif
as Riz
Jon Adamson
as Security Guard
Will Featherstone
as Labour Party Activist
Sarah Emmott
as Union Officer
Steve Jackson
as Al
Alex Hale
as Mark Brooks
Neet Mohan
as Alex
India Wadsworth
as Kate
Abigail Burdess
as Vice Chancellor
Rufus Jones
as Macauley
Jack Fox
as Ralph
John Draycott
as Oregon's Dad
Julie Hannan
as Howard's Mum
Kate Dobson
as Cassie
Deborah Brian
as Audrey
James Spilsbury
as Lan Party Goer 2
Faye Marsay
as Candice Pelling
Marvin Brown
as Barman
Emma Catherine Rigby
as Rachel
Osy Ikhile
as Rashid
Lucas Smith
as Ewan (Lord Hugo)
Laura Elsworthy
as Vod Supporter 2
James Foster
as Cab Controller
Catherine Steadman
as Alison
Claire Cox
as Magda
Bibi Nerheim
as Gwen
John May
as Mole
Tiernan Douieb
as Fancy Dress Howard
Stewart Marquis
as Howard's Dad
Dan Mersh
as Andrew Handwriting
James Burrows
as Colin
Ned Derrington
as Noah
Ben McGregor
as Dave
Susan Calman
as Nadine
Stephanie Bishop
as Receptionist
Dean Fagan
as Kamal
Craig Mayes
as Student 2
Hannah Britland
as Sam
Bart Edwards
as Justin
Flaminia Cinque
as Anna
Greg McHugh
as Howard McGregor
Joe Thomas
as Kingsley Owen
Richard Goulding
as Tomothy Pembersley
Amy Gavin
as Janine
John Smeathers
as Professor of Geology
Zawe Ashton
as Violet 'Vod' Nordstrom
Jonathan Markwood
as Doctor
Jelka van Houten
as Sabine
Sophie Wu
as Heather
Siegfrid Calizo
as Student Demonstrator
Danny Thornton
as Campus Security Guard
Rob Mallard
as Dale
Joe Hughes
as Student
Cicely Giddings
as Natasha
Kimberley Nixon
as Josie Jones
Gareth Tunley
as New Handyman
Alexander Kirk
as Mr. Tumnus
Olivia Poulet
as Paz
James Musgrave
as Toby
Alexa Morden
as Kat
Stevie Helps
as Monkey Rioter
Regé-Jean Page
as Dean
Gus Brown
as Celebrant
Rhianne Starbuck
as Lily
Tony Gardner
as Professor Tony Shales
Hilly Barber
as Cashier
Marcelina Lesczynska
as Chambermaid
Charlotte Charles
as Student
Michelle Ghatan
as Student 1
Clare Fettarappa
as Celeste
James Quinn
as Security Guard
Margaret Cabourn-Smith
as W.P.C.
David Edwards
as Stevie
Damien Speed
as Danny (Ainsley)
Sue Vincent
as Mrs. Lamb
Carla Harrison-Hodge
as Rose (Hilda)
Gemma Chan
as Ruth
Beattie Edmondson
as Helen
Tim Steed
as Dale
Mary Joanna Coogan
as Lan Party Goer 1
Emily-Jane Jones
as Club Goer
Adam Gillen
as Brian
Rob Carter
as Derek
Lee Jarvis
as Heckler
Sophie Colquhoun
as Caz
Nadhia Porcelli
as Student
Azz Mohammed
as Geology Student
Ronan Raftery
as Dylan Shales
Luke Brady
as Adam
Harry Culverhouse
as Cunty Sykes
Oliver Lee
as Ricky
Rebecca Peace
as Student
Vicki Hackett
as Janet
Ryan Sampson
as Rob
Wendy Meredith
as Receptionist
Juliet Cowan
as Chris Nordstrom
Frog Stone
as Nurse
Joe Malone
as Protester
Sam Benjamin
as Rugby Lad
Ruth Madeley
as Sal
Nicholas Deacon
as Sports Soc. Candidate
Lee Fenwick
as Charlie
Adrian Lukis
as Richard Pembersley
Abigail Cruttenden
as Oregon's Mum
Abhin Galeya
as Hasan
Suzanne Burden
as Mrs. Pembersley
Gwilym Lee
as Giles
Kenneth Collard
as Stebb
Robert Webb
as Dan
Sara Stewart
as Professor Jean Shales
David Mumeni
as Mark
Matt Green
as Neil
Amit Shah
as Sauron
Turlough Convery
as Diarmuid
Sanjeev Kohli
as Dr. Minaj
Jack Whitehall
as Jonathan 'J.P.' Pembersley
Rob Beckett
as Mike
Sacha Neersoo
as Neighbour
Anjana Vasan
as Lauren
Callum Arnott
as Photographer
Joe Van Moyland
as Jerry
Nick Mohammed
as Nas
Jonathan Sisson
as Office Worker

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1
Season 2
Season 3
Season 4

Media

All

Awards

Awards & NominationsSee more »

British Comedy Awards 2011

Winner

British Comedy Awards

Best New Comedy Programme

Nominee

British Comedy Awards

Best TV Comedy Actor

Nominee

British Comedy Awards

Best TV Comedy Drama

BAFTA Awards 2012

Nominee

BAFTA Awards

Breakthrough Talent

Nominee

BAFTA Awards

Nominee

BAFTA Awards

Best Situation Comedy

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