The End of the F***ing World season two is coming to Channel 4 next month
The End of the F***ing World is a great show.
It's funny, it's touching, it's post-apocalyptic. Something for everybody, clearly.
The series touched the hearts and minds of the general public when it first landed on our TV screens (and Netflix accounts) last year - and now finally, it seems as if we've got a release date for the eagerly anticipated second season.
Excellent news all round.
The second season of The End of the F***ing World will start airing on Channel 4 on Monday, November 4.
Time? TBA. How many episodes we're getting then? Not a clue.
News as to when the second series will be dropping onto Netflix/All4 so we can watch it on demand? Honestly, who knows.
But it's coming - and that's enough.
Channel 4 announced the delightful news this week, revealing that the series will feature a mysterious new character named Bonnie, as well as our old favourite, Alyssa.
Bonnie is an outsider with a troubled past and a mysterious connection to Alyssa - one that we have zero idea about yet, but will no doubt become abundantly clear in time.
The second series will also address the fate of James, who was shot on a beach at the end of 2017's season.
Jessica Barden, who plays Alyssa, revealed that The End of the F***ing World season two started filming back in March.
She shared the news via her Instagram account with a photo of the script, writing: "Merry Christmas. See you soon."
Following news of the series' second season, Beth Willis, Channel 4's head of drama said:
"We're so proud that this global success story began at Channel 4 and that a second series is on its way.
"Charlie [Covell, who wrote the first series]'s witty, wonderful world is back, and we can't wait to see where she takes it next."