Derry Girls gets a second series

Will there be a second series of 'Derry Girls'?

Derry Girls gets a second series

Channel 4 (C4) in the United Kingdom has recommissioned Derry Girls, its comedy series set in Northern Ireland during The Troubles, for a 6×30′ second season.

Now, ahead of tonight's second episode, another six part series has been ordered.

Last week's opener has so far attracted 2.5million viewers, including catch-up, making it the biggest new comedy for the broadcaster in five years.

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A lot of people said episode two of Derry Girls was even better than the first.

. Derry Girls is such a special project for me and it means so much that the audience have taken to Erin and the gang so warmly.

"Derry Girls is a blast of fresh air", said Ian Katz, Director of Programmes, in a statement. And a hit to boot.

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Thankfully, confirmation has arrived that the series has already been commissioned to return for a second season, but we'll be honest, we want more than just that.

Derry Girls follows Erin (Saoirse Monica Jackson), Orla (Louisa Harland) Clare (Nicola Coughlan), Michelle (Jamie-Lee O'Donnell) and Michelle's cousin James (Dylan Llewellyn) as they all try to navigate their teens in Derry during the 90s.

McGee previously wrote for Being Human, and then went on to create another great show for Channel 4, London Irish.

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