All 10 episodes from the third season of the Channel 4 comedy drama series that follows a group of teenagers as they struggle with highly-charged issues such as race, religion, sexuality, drugs, and food disorders. Living on the bright side, they are out to get high, get drunk, get laid and - hopefully - get up for their A levels. Episodes are: 'Everyone', 'Cook', 'Thomas', 'Pandora', 'Freddie', 'Naomi', 'JJ', 'Effy', 'Katie and Emily' and 'Finale'.
All eight episodes from the fourth series of the E4 teen comedy drama following the chaotic lives and loves of a group of hard-partying college students. In this series, the gang returns to college after the summer break. Their carefree bubble abruptly bursts when a near-stranger dies needlessly, sending a shockwave through the group. The tragedy leaves Thomas (Merveille Lukeba) questioning everything: his faith, his family and even his choice of friends. Meanwhile, Effy (Kaya Scodelario) returns, but no longer with her queen-bee status, and Freddie (Luke Pasqualino) finds out that love can be a double-edged sword. Episodes are: 'Thomas', 'Emily', 'Cook', 'Katie', 'Freddie', 'JJ', 'Effy' and 'Everyone'.
All eight episodes from the fifth series of the teen comedy drama following the chaotic lives and loves of a group of hard-partying college students. In this series, autumn term has begun at Roundview, and a new set of sixth-formers are introduced. Prissy queen-bee Mini (Freya Mavor) is instantly determined to make the life of oddball Franky (Dakota Blue Richards) a living hell. After enlisting her friends Liv and Grace (Laya Lewis and Jessica Sula), and boyfriend Nick (Sean Teale) to launch a smear campaign against her, Mini is less than impressed when Grace jumps ship and sticks up for the new girl. The priapic Alo (Will Merrick) is only interested in girls, while his best friend Rich (Alexander Arnold) is too into his 'heavy metal' exterior to lower himself to 'mainstream' chicks. The episodes comprise: 'Franky', 'Rich', 'Mini', 'Liv', 'Nick', 'Alo', 'Grace' and 'Everyone'.
All ten episodes from the sixth series of the teen comedy drama following the chaotic lives and loves of a group of hard-partying college students. In this series, the gang heads to Morocco for a pre-term holiday, but instead of a refreshing break in the sun, the holiday turns into a nightmare that threatens to tear the group apart. The relationship between Mini (Freya Mavor) and Liv (Laya Lewis) comes under particular strain, while Franky (Dakota Blue Richards) becomes increasingly preoccupied with what she believes to be a sexual awakening. Some things never change, though, such as the carefree philandering of Alo (Will Merrick). The episodes comprise: 'Everyone', 'Rich', 'Alex', 'Franky', 'Mini', 'Nick', 'Alo', 'Liv', 'Mini and Franky' and 'Everyone'.
All six episodes of the seventh and final series of the drama about the chaotic lives and loves of a group of young people. This time round the show follows three characters from previous series - Effy (Kaya Scodelario), Cassie (Hannah Murray) and Cook (Jack O'Connell). Having moved on from college they are now dealing with the pressures and dangers of the real world. The episodes are: 'Fire: Part 1', 'Fire: Part 2', 'Pure: Part 1', 'Pure: Part 2', 'Rise: Part 1' and 'Rise: Part 2'.