Gap Year Season 2
Gap Year cancellation confirmed: the series will not be returning for a Second season :( Still, there could be hope for the show to be picked up by another network, so subscribe below for season Two fanalert to be the first to know when something changes.
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TV: Gap Year, E4, Review, Tim Key, Anders Hayward, Aisling Bea, Jamie Demetriou - Beyond The Joke - by Beyondthejoke
The initial plot is fairly rudimentary. Dylan (Anders Hayward) and Sean (Ade Oyefeso) have headed out to Asia and start out in China where they soon hook up with a pair of mismatched American meanderers Ashley (Brittney Wilson) and May (Alice Lee). There is a complication, however, when someone from Dylan’s past very quickly pitches up too.
Gap Year : Reviews 2017 - according to Chortle
Part of the reason they end up unfamiliar places is because Dylan (Anders Hayward) is going to quite extreme lengths to stalk his ex-girlfriend, dragging his unaware pal Sean (Ade Oyefeso) halfway around the world under false pretences. The pair quickly encounter a couple of girls, May (Alice Lee) and Ashley (Brittney Wilson), and the central characters are set… although there’s a little more fleshing out to be done.
Gap Year on E4 first look: Watch teaser from new comedy which starts tonight - via Tellymix
Things start looking up when they meet two American girls, Ashley (Brittney Wilson) and May (Alice Lee), and middle-aged hanger-on Greg (Tim Key). But, when old tensions resurface and create carnage at a music festival on the Great Wall, Sean suddenly finds himself way out of his depth.