misfits_s4Misfits to ends after season 5

British drama series Misfits will end after its fifth season. The series, which centres on a group of youth offenders who obtain superpowers, has lost all of its original cast in the past few seasons.

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misfits4Misfits renewed for fifth season

A fifth season of UK series Misfits has been announced. The comedy-drama will continue into season five with none of its original cast members.

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Misfits creator Howard Overman has confirmed that a first draft script has been completed for e potential film version of the UK series. “I’ve written the first draft of the script and we’ll see what happens,” Overman said. “If it happens, it will involve past and present characters, I’m not allowed to give away anything more than that.”

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9:30pm – Sunday, November 4 on FOUR

It’s been a series featuring everything from Nazis to zombie cheerleaders, but it’ll be a dodgy medium – played by Mark Heap – who will bring Misfits third season to a shocking conclusion on Sunday, November 4 th at 9:30pm on FOUR. This week’s action unfolds after Mark Heap’s character, Jonas shows up at the community centre. “Unfortunately for the gang, Jonas happens to have the ability to bring back the spirits of the dead,” Iwan Rheon, who portrays Simon on the series reveal.

But just what does this mean for our Misfits? Find out when the series concludes its third season on Sunday, November 4 th at 9:30pm on FOUR.



9:30pm – Sunday, September 16 on FOUR

This week sees Misfits return to our screens with its third season, screening on Sunday, September 16 th at 9:30pm on FOUR. “They’re all going to have brand new powers,” series writer, Howard Overman reveals about the upcoming season. “Nobody will have the same powers as in the second series.”

Overman admits that making such a significant change to the series’ format was “quite daunting”.

“They’ve had their powers for two series, and you’ve got to come up with a whole new set of powers,” he says.

“We’re very much constrained with the type of powers we can do because you have to think about what works in terms of the character and story, as well as what’s achievable on our budget.”

Overman also admits that the five characters will wear their orange jumpsuits in this season’s run, despite having finished their community service.

“That’s the look of the show,” he says. “They’re on community service and their jumpsuits are their de facto superhero costumes, so I will be finding a way to get them back in the jumpsuits fairly quickly.”

As well as these changes, the gang will also be gaining a new member when Joe Gilgun joins the series as newcomer Rudy, replacing the much-loved Nathan, played by Robert Sheehan.

“Rudy will meet the other characters – Kelly (Lauren Socha), Simon (Iwan Rheon), Curtis (Nathan Stewart-Jarrett) and Alisha (Antonia Thomas) – when he starts community service,” Overman explains. Make sure not to miss this when Misfits returns on Sunday, September 16 th at 9:30pm on FOUR.

UKTV – Fridays from 14 September, 9.30pm

Following a sensational debut, the critically-acclaimed BAFTA-winning series returns and the young superheroes are still spreading chaos wherever they go…The second series kicks off with the gang still on community service and trying to adapt to their new lives yet they still find time to get themselves caught up in all sorts of mischief and mayhem as an expanding array of characters, who also got powers in the storm, come crashing into their world… and on top of all this, they still have to cope with the regular pressures of teenage life.

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Rules of Engagement renewed

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Misfits loses another character

Misfits actress Lauren Socha has joined the exodus and will not return to the show for the fourth season. The actress, who plays Kelly, is the fourth original cast member to leave the show.

24 actress joins Grey’s Anatomy

Former 24 actress Mary Lynn Rajskub has landed a role on Grey’s Anatomy. The actress is best known for playing Chloe O’Brian on 24 but has also appeared in the likes of Modern Family and Little Miss Sunshine. Continue reading »

UKTV – Fridays from 4 May, 9.30pm

Kelly, Nathan, Curtis, Alisha and Simon have one thing in common: they’ve all committed a crime and have all been handed out Community Service Orders. But when a freak electrical storm hits the town, strange things begin to happen to them that are way out of their control. In fact, they have no idea that they’ve actually turned into superheroes, each with a power they didn’t choose or want but reveals each of their deepest, darkest insecurities.