The series follows a group of six students about to embark on the most exciting period of their lives thus far–university. Away from home for the first time, on the brink of adult life, they are about to discover who they really are. From the moment they ship up as freshers at their shared house, their lives are destined to collide, overlap and run the whole gamut of appalling behaviour and terrible errors of judgement.

The award-winning comedy-drama returned for a final term in Spring 2016, with the prospect of the real world looming large for the student housemates.

In the fourth and final series, the end of University life is drawing closer and when JP’s (Jack) brother pays an unexpected visit, it’s a wakeup call for all the housemates. JP is told it’s time to knuckle down as there’s a job waiting for him in the city. But is he made of the right stuff? Vod (Zawe Ashton) is wrestling with a debt that could sink a small Euro state, while Oregon (Charlotte Ritchie), now Student Union President, plans her legacy and bright shinny future. Kingsley (Joe Thomas), desperate to seem interesting, finds himself in an unconventional relationship, while Howard (Greg McHugh) is headed for a First Class degree, until some unexpected news sends him spiralling. And poor 2nd year Josie (Kimberley Nixon) faces the prospect of being without her friends next year

Created by Sam Bain and Jesse Armstrong, the series stars Jack alongside Joe Thomas, Zawe Ashton, Greg McHugh, Charlotte Richie and Kimberly Nixon.

Winner –
Best New Comedy Programme, The British Comedy Awards