Derry Girls will come to an finish with a 45-minute prolonged episode set on the time of the Good Friday Agreement.
The hit Channel 4 collection, a few group of youngsters rising up in Northern Eire within the Nineteen Nineties, across the time of the IRA and loyalist ceasefires, is because of finish with the third collection, which is presently airing.
The prolonged episode, which can cope with the important thing second in Northern Irish historical past, will air the identical week because the collection three finale.
The particular instalment will return to Derry one 12 months later as Erin (Saoirse-Monica Jackson), her cousin Orla (Louisa Harland) and mates Clare (Nicola Coughlan), Michelle (Jamie-Lee O’Donnell) and Michelle’s English cousin James (Dylan Llewellyn) put together for his or her last 12 months of college.
The episode will probably be set within the week of the referendum on the Good Friday Agreement, threatening to overshadow Erin and Orla’s joint 18th party.
Sequence creator and author Lisa McGee stated: “Like all the perfect 90s bands, I couldn’t resist ending our farewell tour with an encore for our loyal followers.
“I’m delighted to say we’ll be returning for one prolonged particular – airing in the identical week as our last episode.
“The particular offers with the historic and momentous Good Friday Agreement vote, which coincides with the gang’s coming of age, they enter maturity simply as Northern Eire embarks on a brand new future.
“I’m so pleased with this present and of our unimaginable solid and crew and every part we’ve achieved over the previous 5 years.
“What a journey it’s been. I’m so grateful Channel 4 gave me the area to finish the tales of those characters that imply a lot to me with this particular. I actually hope the followers adore it as a lot as I do.
“Derry people aren’t great at saying goodbye so I will instead use one of our native expressions ‘That’s us away now’.”