It looks like celebrated sitcom Derry Girls will get a third season - even though filming hasn't even begun on the show's second run.
Broadcast has reported that Channel 4 is in "advanced talks" with Hat Trick Productions to make a third season of Lisa McGee's hit, just months after the sophomore deal was agreed.
A huge hit with viewers, its 1.5 million UK audience was the British network's largest comedy launch since Ricky Gervais' Derek back in 2012.
The arrival of Derry Girls - set on Foyleside during the 1990s - made instant stars out of its young cast, particularly Saoirse-Monica Jackson who plays the lead role of local schoolgirl Erin.
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