Joe Gilgun and Michelle Keegan are back in a brand-new fourth season of Sky Max comedy-drama Brassic, with more dodgy deals in the offing for Vinnie and his mates.
The first episode of the new season sees the gang heading to Wales for Ringo and Babs's wedding, with plenty of antics set to ensue.
But when does the new season start on Sky Max and NOW? Read on for everything you need to know about Brassic season 4.
Brassic season 4 release date
Brassic season 4 starts on Wednesday 7th September at 10pm on Sky Max. The episodes will also all be available to stream as a box-set from that date, while they will also all be on streaming service NOW.
There will be eight episodes in the new season, just as there were in season 3.
Brassic season 4 cast
Joe Gilgun leads the cast as Vincent ‘Vinnie’ O’Neill, a man diagnosed with bipolar disorder who had a troubled upbringing. He now lives on the outskirts of Hawley.
Michelle Keegan and Damien Molony play Erin and Dylan respectively, while the rest of the cast features the likes of Ryan Sampson, Parth Thakerar, Dominic West, Ruth Sheen and Bronagh Gallagher.
Here's a full list of the central cast for Brassic season 4:
- Joe Gilgun as Vinnie
- Michelle Keegan as Erin
- Damien Molony as Dylan
- Tom Hanson as Cardi
- Aaron Heffernan as Ash
- Ryan Sampson as Tommo
- Parth Thakerar as JJ
- Joanna Higson as Sugar
- Steve Evets as Jim
- Jude Riordan as Tyler
- Dominic West as Dr Chris Coxley
- Ramon Tikaram as Terence McCann
- Bronagh Gallagher as Carol
Brassic season 4 trailer
You can watch the full trailer for Brassic season 4 right here now.
Is there a Brassic season 5 on the way?
There is! Sky announced the fifth season ahead of the fourth airing, and while we don't yet have any details surrounding exactly what it will entail, we're sure there will be more mayhem with Vinnie, Erin and the rest of the gang when the series returns.
Brassic 4, a Sky Original, starts Wednesday 7th September on Sky Max and NOW. Catch up on all episodes of Brassic season 1 for free on YouTube.
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