Sky One Releases Trailer For ‘In The Long Run’ Season 3, Premiering 23rd July 2020

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08 Jul 20

Sky One has released a trailer for In The Long Run Season 3, the Idris Elba comedy which transports you back to 1980s East London – the decade of shell-suits and turtlenecks, with all episodes premiering on-demand from 23rd July 2020.

The third series of this semi-autobiographical Sky One comedy, loosely based on Idris’ own childhood, sees the welcome arrival of Walter’s mum from Sierra Leone with Walter desperate to impress. Bagpipes has a near-death experience that makes him question the meaning of life. Valentine finally finds love and Kirsty sets up her own catering business all while Agnes gets suspicious as some developers start taking an interest in the Eastbridge Estate, threatening the very existence of the community.

Creator and executive producer Idris Elba is back on our screens as Walter Easmon, alongside wife Agnes (Madeline Appiah), younger brother Valentine (Jimmy Akingbola) and making her debut this series, Walter’s mum (Ellen Thomas). Bill Bailey returns as Bagpipes with wife Kirsty (Kellie Shirley), work colleague Rajesh (Neil D’Souza) and Kobna (Sammy Kamara) back on the decks.

“Nothing beats a funny story from someone who was there!” comments Elba. “I can’t wait for viewers to see series three.”

‘In The Long Run’ is executive produced by Golden Globe and SAG winning Idris Elba for Green Door Pictures and Gina Carter for Sprout Pictures, also with Ana Garanito at Green Door as Associate Producer. Produced by Alex Walsh-Taylor, the six-part series is directed by Sandy Johnson and Ian Aryeh and written by Grace Ofori-Attah, Fraser Ayres, Shivani Vijayapalan and Jon Macqueen. The series was commissioned for Sky by commissioning editor Tilusha Ghelani and Director of Comedy, Sky Studios Jon Mountague, forming part of Sky’s raft of original British comedy. The series is distributed internationally by NBCUniversal Global Distribution on behalf of Sky Studios.

In The Long Run‘ Season 3 premieres Wednesday, 23rd July 2020 at 10pm on Sky One and streaming service NOW TV, with all episode available on-demand. Series 1, 2 and the Christmas Special are available now to watch on Sky and NOW TV.