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Comedian Jack Whitehall stars in this TV sitcom that follows a group of six students as they begin to experience university life.
Think of all the stereotypes that you would associate with university students, add them together and you will arrive at Fresh Meat. Stereotypes aside, the writer cleverly develops characters that you will either relate to, empathise with or simply laugh at; perfect chemistry for Saturday night TV.
Housemates Jez and Mark are two of the most unlikely people that you would ever put together, yet they are perfect together. The unlikely twenty somethings find themselves living together and struggling with the demands of everyday life.
Forever unlucky in love and forever chasing the dream, will this unlucky duo ever grow up?
Unique camera work allows us to be a fly on the wall in the everyday lives of Mark and Jez, sometimes painfully so.
Picture, a young middle class girl on a night out bumps into an even younger working class boy, the two have a few drinks together, fall into bed and end up with a bun in the oven.
Aaarrrgh, is exactly the word coming out of Laura Derbyshire’s mouth, as she gets to grips with being pregnant as a result of a very drunken night out. Is it all bad though?
Can it be possible that Laura and the father of her child, Jamie, have more in common than they first think?
Skins is the critically acclaimed UK show that tackles the everyday subjects that affect teenagers today, Teenage pregnancy, substance abuse, romance and fallouts all feature in this gritty Channel 4 drama, but it also likes to have fun with the characters so it is not all doom and gloom.
Follow Cassie, Effy and the rest of the group for plenty of fun, frolics and heartache.
Another series like The Inbetweeners is Friday Night Dinner, starring The Inbetweeners favourite Simon Bird.
The show is a fun expose of a traditional British Jewish family, who meet up at the end of the week to spend quality time together (and to take the mickey out of one and other.) Brothers Jonny and Adam are constantly playing tricks on each other and Dad, Martin, is forever in a state of undress, much to the dismay of Mum, whose only wish in life is for one peaceful Friday night dinner.
I hope you liked my suggestions for shows similar to The Inbetweeners.
If you can think of another TV show that you’d like to recommend to The Inbetweeners fans, I’d love to read about a show where I can get my next comedy fix in the comments below.
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