Poor wee James...
Season two of Derry Girls got off to a super start last week with 1.8million viewers tuning in for a good catch-up with the gang.
The Catholic vs Protestant antics didn’t fail to entertain fans of the hit Channel 4 comedy and we all loved having Erin and co back on our screens.
Things are about to be stirred up at Our Lady Immaculate College in episode two with the arrival of a new teacher. Judith Roddy will storm onto our screens as fiery English teacher Ms De Brún.
But creative writing won’t be all about putting pen to paper.
The class gets physical when the girls are challenged to express their emotions through camogie.
The Wee English fella James steals the show in this sneak peek:
Oh baby, you better get ready to meet Miss DeBrún…
— Nicola Coughlan (@nicolacoughlan) March 11, 2019
Ms DeBrún is about to inspire the girls in many ways, so we can’t wait to see how that goes.
Get prepared for another great Sr Michael saga too this week, as the dry-witted nun takes charge of a precious Child of Prague statue.
Meanwhile, Erin’s dad Gerry (Tommy Tiernan) attempts to take Ma Mary (Tara Lynne O’Neill) out on a date to the cinema. But there’s an unexpected plot twist in store for them.
Don’t miss Derry Girls, airing on Tuesday at 9.15pm on Channel 4