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The Inbetweeners is a British sitcom about a group of teenage friends. The series is written by Damon Beesley and Lain Morris. It is the first comedy series made for the British digital channel E4.

There are three seasons made each with six episodes. [1]

In Netherlands became the second series broadcast by Veronica .

In september 2010 the writer stated that the third season would be the last. He did hint to a one-off episode to finalize the stories of the characters after the movie. [2at the end of October 2010, the channel E4 announced that the series after the release of the film two new episodes are aired. [3this entry was in March 2011 contradicted by lead actor Simon Bird, the film will be the ending to the series are. [4]

MTV has ordered a pilot episode in september 2010 for an American remake. [5the transmitter made in March 2011 there are twelve episodes of the remake in 2012 is broadcast. [6]

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The series follows Will McKenzie (Simon Bird) that of a private school to a public school is thanks to the financial problems of his mother. On his first day he hopes above all make friends. As Simon Cooper (Joe Thomas) to guide him at the school, he joined his friends, the oversexed Jay Cartwright (James Buckley) and the lethargic Neil Sutherland (Blake Harrison). That do not belong to the popular group but also not at the unpopular group, they sit in between.

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Actor Character Comments
Simon Bird Will McKenzie Will is new on a public school and trying to make new friends.
Joe Thomas Simon Cooper Simon is the oldest of the Group and has been in love with the same girl, Carli D'Amato.
James Buckley Jay Cartwright Jay is oversekst and tells especially strong stories to his friends.
Blake Harrison Neil Sutherland Neil is the lethargic by the Group and believe everything Jay says.

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Awards and nominations Best new TV Comedy, British Comedy Awards 2008 Best Male Comedy newcomer (Simon Bird), British Comedy Awards 2008 Best new British TV Sitcom, The Comedy.co.uk Awards 2008 Best Comedy Show, TV Quick & TV Choice Awards 2009 Nominated for Best Situation Comedy, British Academy Television Awards 2009 Best TV Show, NME Awards 2010 Nominated for Best Situation Comedy, British Academy Television Awards 2010 YouTube Audience Award, British Academy Television Awards 2010 Best Situation Comedy, Rose d'Or 2010 Film In August 2010 the shots for the film started The Inbetweeners Movie in Malia on Crete. the film was released in Netherlands in January 2012. The recordings were started In 2013 of a sequel: The Inbetweeners Movie 2.

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