Huge Sky show starring Michelle Keegan is axed after next season

A SKY show starring Michelle Keegan is set to be canceled after next season.

The fifth season of the comedy-drama “Brassic” is currently airing, but it looks like the sixth season will be the curtain call for the residents of Hawley.

Brassic is currently broadcasting its fifth season on Sky


Brassic is currently broadcasting its fifth season on SkyPhoto credit: © Sky UK Limited.
According to Mirror, the show will soon be canceled


According to Mirror, the show will soon be canceledPhoto credit: © Sky UK Limited.
Michelle Keegan is one of the stars reportedly pushing for change


Michelle Keegan is one of the stars reportedly pushing for changePhoto credit: ©Sky UK Limited.

Despite being one of Sky’s most popular comedies, the cast have told show bosses they want to move on to other projects.

Accordingly the mirrorThe producers are now trying to ensure that the show ends on a good note.

A Sky source told them: “It is very unlikely that Brassic will return after season six next year. It’s had incredible success, but some of the cast feel it’s time to move on.”

“Ryan considered quitting after series five but was persuaded to carry on by bosses at Sky.”

“Michelle also finds it more difficult to maintain her filming schedule because she is in demand for so many projects.

“Chiefs now want to ensure the series ends with a bang. They are working on a final episode that will really shock.”

Brassic follows a group of small town boys who engage in illegal activities to make change.

But as the show progresses, they begin to wonder if there is more to life.

A Sky spokesman said: “Brassic has not been canceled. The show remains one of Sky’s best-performing original comedies. With the hugely successful launch of the fifth series just last week, it is a firm favorite with our customers. A growing number of them will continue to do so.” Discover this award-winning series on-demand and as it airs on Sky Max on Thursdays at 10pm.

David Livingston, executive producer of Brassic, Calamity Films, said: “The series is not being cancelled. We just released the fifth season and ratings are high with a Christmas special and a sixth season in production. As Brassic character Farmer.” Jim might say, “That’s horse #*!!.”

Gary B. Graves

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