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'Derry Girls' Season 2 Is Now On Netflix

'Derry Girls' Season 2 Is Now On Netflix

Our lovable eejits are now streaming on Netflix.

Ciara Sheppard

Ciara Sheppard

Derry Girls fans, we have some news. The second (and most recent) series is now available to stream on Netflix.

Yes, all six episodes of hit Irish sitcom has been added to the streamer this week - there's your weekend binge watch sorted.

The hilarious series, written by Derry-born Lisa McGee, follows Erin (Saoirse-Monica Jackson), her cousin Orla (Louisa Harland), their friends Michelle (Jamie-Lee O'Donnell) and Clare (Nicola Coughlan), and Michelle's English cousin James (Dylan Llewellyn) as they navigate their teenage years during the end of the early 1990's Troubles in Derry.

The girls attend a strict Catholic secondary, Our Lady Immaculate Girls' School, where James has also enrolled for his safety due to his English accent.

In bitter sweet news for fans, while there's a third series on the way, it may very well be its last. If true - catch yerself on, Channel 4!

The news was near enough confirmed by actor Tommy Tiernan, who plays Erin's long-suffering father Gerry, when he spoke to Absolute Radio show.

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"This is last series, I think. As far as I know this is the very last series," he let slip.

While that's clearly devastating news, luckily there might be a movie to distract us from our pain.

In an interview with Red Carpet News, Derry Girls writer and creator Lisa McGee revealed that a film version was 'definitely' being discussed.

"That's definitely something we're talking about and something I'd like to explore," she said. "It's just if the story is right. So, it's about me figuring all that out... at some point!"

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She added: "There's definitely a very personal journey that they go on, as well as a political one. It's an exciting time for them because they're just on the cusp of adulthood."

Until then, catch series 2 on Netflix now.

Featured Image Credit: Channel 4

Topics: Derry Girls, TV News, TV Entertainment, Netflix