Brassic season 3 trailer teases wildest scenes yet with full-frontal nudity, anal probes and wee thrown in gang's faces

THE much anticipated return of Sky's dramedy, Brassic, promises "chaos" and some of the show's most outrageous scenes yet.

Created by Misfits' Joe Gilgun and starring former Coronation Street darling, Michelle Keegan, filming for the show's third season was put on hold due to the coronavirus.

Now fans can get their first glimpse at the hotly anticipated third season which is complete with anal probes, hi-jinx and an unfortunate spattering of wee.

The trailer opens with Vinnie getting released from 'the nick' but not before undergoing a very invasive anal probe.

Not as soon as he can boil a brew, does his neighbour come around offering him 'a job'.

"Dude, I've just come out of the nick," Vinnie says, but of course when he gang of misfits mates get involved he can't help but sign up.


The trailer shows them pulling of a car heist but not before the boys have stripped completely, and then get covered in their mate's wee.

Season two ended on a major cliff hanger as Gilgun's Vinnie is dragged off by police and his baby mama, Erin (Keegan) whispers something into his ear.

"Sky’s biggest original comedy returns… as they continue to celebrate the chaos with more misadventures and schemes," a synopsis for the show reads.

"Thrilling, funny and specially extended to eight episodes, the new season sees the friends thrown deeper and deeper into trouble.

"With pressure building from the police and crime boss Mr McCann, Vinnie is forced to ruthlessly take no prisoners in his bid to escape.


"Bigger, bolder and more bonkers than ever, it’s a hectic world of bulls, snakes, kidnappings, betrayal, and this time, a full-size horse… It’s classic Brassic!"

Since first hitting our screens in 2019, the Sky One show has been a huge hit with fans – and many have been eagerly awaiting the third series.

Filming for the upcoming season was thrown into chaos after a member of the production team member showed symptoms of Covid-19 back in September, but were later given the all clear to get back to work.

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