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Encyclopedia > Skins (TV series)
Skins
Genre Dramedy
Created by Jamie Brittain
Bryan Elsley[1]
Starring Nicholas Hoult
Mike Bailey
Mitch Hewer
Joe Dempsie
April Pearson
Hannah Murray
Larissa Wilson
Dev Patel
[1]
Theme music composer Fat Segal
Country of origin United Kingdom
Language(s) English
No. of seasons 2
No. of episodes 19 (List of episodes)
Production
Executive
producer(s)
Bryan Elsley
George Faber
Charles Pattinson[1]
Producer(s) Chris Clough[1]
Location(s) Bristol
Running time 47 minutes approx
Broadcast
Original channel E4 (Digital airings), Channel 4 (Terrestrial airings air 3 days after the digital)
Picture format 720p HDTV
Audio format Surround sound
Original run 25 January 2007 – present
External links
Official website
IMDb profile
TV.com summary

Skins is a BAFTA-winning British comedic teen drama from Company Pictures which premièred on E4 on January 25, 2007. Skins is one of E4's flagship programmes in their attempt to start showing more British content on their channels.[2] Channel 4 reran the first series beginning 21 August 2007. A second series of ten episodes began airing on E4 on February 11, 2008 and Channel 4 on February 14, 2008.[3] Dramedy, a portmanteau of drama and comedy, is a genre of movies and television in which the lines between these very different genres were blurred. ... This article or section does not cite its references or sources. ... Bryan Elsley (born 17 May 1961, Dalkeith) is a television writer. ... Nicholas Caradoc Hoult[1] (born December 7, 1989[2][3][4]) is an English film and television actor. ... Michael James Bailey[1] (born 6 April 1988) is an English actor from Bristol. ... Mitchell Scott Mitch Hewer [1] (born July 1, 1989 in Bristol) is an English actor, who is best known for his role of Maxxie Oliver, an openly gay character, in the E4 teen drama, Skins. ... Joe Dempsie has starred in films One for the road and Heartlands. ... April Janet Pearson[1] (born 23rd January 1989 in Bristol) is an English actress. ... Hannah Murray is an English actress. ... Larissa Wilson (born May 5, 1989), also known as Lara Wilson, is an English actress who attends John Cabot Academy in Kingswood, Bristol. ... Dev Patel is an actor, currently playing Anwar in the popular E4 drama Skins. ... The English language is a West Germanic language that originates in England. ... The following is a list of episodes from the E4 television series, Skins. ... Charles Pattinson (sometimes credited as Charlie Pattinson) is a British television producer. ... This article is about the English city. ... E4 is a British digital television channel launched as a pay-tv companion to Channel 4 on 18 January 2001. ... This article is about the British television station. ... JOHN HERMAN SUCKS FAT DICK ... High-definition television (HDTV) means broadcast of television signals with a higher resolution than traditional formats (NTSC, SECAM, PAL) allow. ... Multichannel audio is the name for a variety of techniques for expanding and enriching the sound of audio playback by recording additional sound channels that can be reproduced on additional speakers. ... is the 25th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2007 (MMVII) was a common year starting on Monday of the Gregorian calendar in the 21st century. ... The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA), is a British organization that hosts annual awards shows for film, television, childrens film and television, and interactive media. ... A teen drama is a television drama series that centers on teenage characters. ... Company Pictures is an independent British television production company, who have produced drama programming for many broadcasters. ... E4 is a British digital television channel launched as a pay-tv companion to Channel 4 on 18 January 2001. ... is the 25th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2007 (MMVII) was a common year starting on Monday of the Gregorian calendar in the 21st century. ... is the 233rd day of the year (234th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2007 (MMVII) was a common year starting on Monday of the Gregorian calendar in the 21st century. ... is the 42nd day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. ... 2008 (MMVIII) is the current year, a leap year that started on Tuesday of the Anno Domini (or common era), in accordance with the Gregorian calendar. ... This article is about the British television station. ... is the 45th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. ... 2008 (MMVIII) is the current year, a leap year that started on Tuesday of the Anno Domini (or common era), in accordance with the Gregorian calendar. ...


The complete first series was released on DVD on 24 September 2007.[4] Much of the popular music used in the original broadcasts is not found in the DVD episodes,[5] although the original music is available in the series soundtrack.[6] The second season was released on DVD on 5 May 2008[7], once more with much of the original music replaced. is the 267th day of the year (268th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2007 (MMVII) was a common year starting on Monday of the Gregorian calendar in the 21st century. ... is the 125th day of the year (126th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... 2008 (MMVIII) is the current year, a leap year that started on Tuesday of the Anno Domini (or common era), in accordance with the Gregorian calendar. ...

Contents

Production

The writing team includes the Dawson brothers, Steve, Andrew and Tim (Balls of Steel, Dirty Tricks), Jack Thorne (Shameless) and Josie Long.[8] They also have guest writers for certain episodes, such as Simon Amstell (Popworld, Never Mind The Buzzcocks). Katrina Rafferty was originally cast in the role of Cassie but her performance was judged to be too edgy and so she was dropped before filming began[citation needed]. Skins is filmed in Bristol; the school scenes are all filmed at John Cabot Academy. Moreover, some other places from Bristol are shown during the series opening credits (Bristol Cathedral on series 1 and Pur Down BT Tower on series 2). A few scenes from Series 1 and 2 were shot at College Green. Most of Series 2 Episode 4 scenes were shot at Gower Peninsula and Series 2 Episode 6 was shot at The University of Exeter from 18 September 2007 to 20 September 2007. A few scenes from Series 2 Episode 9 were shot in New York City in December 2007. Many of the other locations used during filming, such as the cafe and diner, are real locations in Bristol. Skins was shot entirely in High Definition with Sony HDW-750P cameras and edited using Apple Final Cut Pro, Autodesk Lustre and Autodesk Smoke at BBC Post Production, Bristol. Balls of Steel is a Channel 4 comedy series hosted by Mark Dolan, where his special guests perform stunts, holding their nerve during hidden camera set-ups in the presence of celebrities or the British public. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ... Shameless is an offbeat British comedy drama television series set in the fictional Chatsworth Estate in Manchester, England. ... Josie Long (born April 17, 1982) is a British comedian. ... Simon Marc Amstell (born 29 November, 1979) is a BAFTA nominated[1], award-winning English comedian and television presenter. ... popworld is a British television programme broadcast on Channel 4, offering pop news, trivia, gossip, interviews and music videos, as well as musical performances from todays top artists. ... NMTB directs here. ... This article is about the English city. ... John Cabot Academy was formerly John Cabot CTC, one of 15 City Technology Colleges that first opened for students in the 1993/1994 academic year. ... This article is about the English city. ... The Cathedral Church of the Holy and Undivided Trinity is the Anglican cathedral in the English city of Bristol and is commonly known as Bristol Cathedral. ... Pur Down BT Tower is a telecommunication tower built of reinforced concrete at Pur Down, UK (national grid reference: ST610764). ... College Green with Bristol Cathedral. ... Gower redirects here. ... is the 261st day of the year (262nd in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2007 (MMVII) was a common year starting on Monday of the Gregorian calendar in the 21st century. ... is the 263rd day of the year (264th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2007 (MMVII) was a common year starting on Monday of the Gregorian calendar in the 21st century. ... New York, New York and NYC redirect here. ... This article is about high-definition video technology. ... Sony Corporation ) is a Japanese multinational corporation and one of the worlds largest media conglomerates with revenue of $66. ... Apple Inc. ... Final Cut Pro is a professional non-linear editing system developed by Apple Inc. ... Autodesk, Inc. ... Autodesk, Inc. ... This article is about the English city. ...


Plot

Skins revolves around the lives of a group of 16–19 year-old friends who live in Bristol. The Dawson Bros claim the series represents the everyday lives of adolescents. These characters attend the fictional Roundview Sixth Form College in Bristol. Each episode has a self-contained theme and focuses on each different character , however there are several story arcs that span different episodes. Accompanying the episode title at the beginning of each episode is a short few second montage of that episode's central character. The show's co-creator Bryan Elsley said that as series 2 ends with the cast going off to university, it won't be possible to keep on following them in the future, the show will operate in two year arcs with new casts. The following is a list of episodes from the E4 television series, Skins. ... This article is about the English city. ... A sixth form college is an educational institution in England, Wales or Northern Ireland where students aged 16 to 18 complete post-compulsary further education qualifications, such as A Levels. ...


First generation

The first generation of Skins comprises series 1 and 2. This generation's main characters include: a popular, but manipulative boy (Tony), a Muslim boy (Anwar), an openly gay boy (Maxxie), an overbearing and talented clarinet player (Jal), a party animal with family problems (Chris), a pushover who is in love with his best friend's girlfriend (Sid), a girl who is worried her boyfriend is only using her (Michelle), and a mentally unstable girl with an eating disorder (Cassie). There is also a collection of Hadith called Sahih Muslim A Muslim (Arabic: مسلم, Persian: Mosalman or Mosalmon Urdu: مسلمان, Turkish: Müslüman, Albanian: Mysliman, Bosnian: Musliman) is an adherent of the religion of Islam. ... Homosexuality refers to sexual interaction and / or romantic attraction between individuals of the same sex. ...


Series 1

Series 1 introduces (most) of the first cycle's main characters, Episode One, (Tony) is more of an ensemble piece, which introduces the characters and the format. Episodes 2 (Cassie), 3 (Jal), 4 (Chris), 5 (Sid) and 7 (Michelle) focus on specific characters, whereas Episodes 6 (Maxxie and Anwar) and 9 The Series Finale focus on multiple characters whose stories are interlinked. Each episode starts with the eyes of the main character (this is not carried through to series 2). Episode eight "Effy" focuses less on its namesake, and more on the central characters' search for her and is an ensemble piece like the pilot. The series finishes with the main cast singing Wild World. This is the pilot episode of the television show Skins, which first aired on E4 on 25th January 2007. ... This is the second episode of the television show Skins, focusing on the character Cassie. ... This is the third episode of the first series of television show Skins, focusing on the character Jal. ... This is the forth episode of the first series of television show Skins, focusing on the character Chris. ... Sid is the fifth episode of the first series of television show Skins, focusing on the character Sid Jenkins. ... Michelle is the seventh episode of the first series of television show Skins, focusing on the character of Michelle Richardson. ... List of Skins episodes Maxxie and Anwar is the sixth episode of the first series of television show Skins, focusing on the characters of Maxxie and Anwar. ... Episode 9 is the first season finale of Skins and is an ensemble piece episode like episode one, Tony. Spoiler warning: Its Anwars birthday party, yet no-one is in the mood to celebrate. ... Effy is the eighth episode of the first series of television show Skins, focusing on the character of Effy Stonem, Tonys sister. ... Wild World is a song written and recorded by Cat Stevens. ...


Series 2

The second series began on 11 February 2008,[9] however it was made available in four instalments to MySpace users prior to airing. This series' guest stars included Bill Bailey, Harry Enfield, Shane Richie, Sean Pertwee, Geoffrey Hughes, Mark Heap, John Thomson, Fiona Allen, Peter Capaldi, Josie Lawrence, Arabella Weir, Josie Long, Mark Monero, Kevin Eldon and Jan Ravens. The series is set six months after the conclusion of the first. Tony is alive after being hit by a bus, but he is now severely impaired. The first episode focused on Maxxie and Tony and features comedian Bill Bailey as Maxxie's father. In Episode 2 Shane Richie starred as a college drama lecturer named Bruce. The second episode also introduced a new character known as Sketch, who has been stalking Maxxie. In Episode 3 the series featured its first death, with Sid's father being unexpectedly killed off. Episode 4 was set on a camping trip to Wales where Sid and Michelle end up sleeping together (leading to a short lived relationship). Also Cassie returns from Scotland. In Episode 5 Jal finds out she is pregnant with Chris's baby. Episode 6 sees Tony visit the University of Exeter where he meets a strange, (possibly imaginary) girl. Episode 7 resolves many of the teens' relationship problems, as Sid reconciles with Cassie, Tony with Michelle. Episode 8 was written by Daniel Kaluuya (who plays "Posh" Kenneth) in this episode Jal continued to do battle with her conscience over her pregnancy, while Chris was rushed to hospital with a blood clot in his brain. In Episode 9, Chris has discharged himself from hospital and seems well. Cassie attends her exams, but later Chris has another brain haemorrhage and dies in Cassie's arms. Cassie simply packs her bags and runs, ending up in New York. In Episode 10 Chris's father turns up at Sid's house and explains how he doesn't want any of Chris' friends at his funeral. Upon hearing this Sid and Tony decide to steal Chris's coffin, but Jal finds out and forces them to return it before the funeral. In the same episode during the evening the central characters sit around a campfire and read out each others' results. Everyone gets the grades they need apart from Anwar who spontaneously heads off to London with Maxxie and his boyfriend, James, leaving Sketch behind in tears. Tony buys Sid a ticket to New York without him knowing and he leaves to go and find Cassie. Finally Tony and Michelle talk things through and decide they were 'better than' a good couple. They intended to leave for Cardiff University and University of York respectively. 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Mark Heap (born 4 October 1962) is an English actor best known for a variety of television comedy roles including struggling artist Brian Topp in Spaced, the pompous Dr. Alan Statham in Green Wing, and various roles in the sketch shows Big Train and Jam. ... There have been a number of notable people named John Thomson: John Thomson, a nineteenth century politician from Ohio John Thomson, was an Australian Politician John Thomson, one of the senior officers of the RAF John Thomson, a British actor and impressionist John Thomson, a pitcher with the Atlanta Braves... Fiona Allen (born in Bury, Lancashire on 3 January 1965) is a British comedian. ... Peter Capaldi as Mark Jenkins in Skins. ... Josie Lawrence (born Wendy Lawrence, 6 June 1959) is an English comedian and actress. ... Arabella Weir is a British comedian, actress and writer famous for her role in The Fast Show and a number of books including Does My Bum Look Big In This? (a catchphrase of one of her characters in the show). ... Josie Long (born April 17, 1982) is a British comedian. ... Mark Monero is a British actor. ... Eldon as evil hypnotist in Big Train Kevin Eldon ( b. ... Jan Ravens (born May 14, 1958) is an English actress and impressionist, famous for her voices on Spitting Image and Dead Ringers. ... Anthony Tony Stonem is a fictional character from the television series Skins. ... Anthony Tony Stonem is a fictional character from the television series Skins. ... For other uses, see Bill Bailey (disambiguation). ... Shane Richie (born Shane Patrick Roche[1], 11 March 1964[1]) is an English actor, comedian, singer and television presenter. ... Main cast of Skins This article is a list of fictional characters as featured in British dramedy television series Skins. ... The following is a list of episodes from the E4 television series, Skins. ... Sid Jenkins is a fictional character in the television series Skins portrayed by Mike Bailey. ... 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Second generation

There were open auditions held in Bristol (where the show is set), which attracted 1,500 16- to 18 year-olds and a further 2 days of auditions were held in London. Jamie Brittain has said that the new cast will be quite different from the original cast, but people may see some similarities. This article is about the English city. ... This article is about the capital of England and the United Kingdom. ...


Series 3

It was announced in 2008 that all of the original cast (except Kaya Scodelario) will be replaced with an all new cast for series 3. Kaya Scodelario (born April[1] 1992) is a British child actress. ...


Series 3 is expected to begin airing in early 2009 with the new characters. Auditions are also taking place at parties occurring across the UK. In addition, the team's producers have said that while series three will focus on a new line-up, some old faces may make occasional appearances.[10] Jamie Brittain has revealed that the third season of the show will definitely include Tony's sister Effy as well as a character whom he describes as "a nasty piece of work", a character from eastern Europe and a set of twins. The producers will use these characters to try to create a new generation of Skins fans.


Cast

Main cast of Skins This article is a list of fictional characters as featured in British dramedy television series Skins. ...

Series 1 and 2 (2007-2008)

Name Actor Series featured Centric episodes
Tony Stonem Nicholas Hoult 1 - 2 1.01, 2.01, 2.06
Tony's manipulative ways go unnoticed by many for some time. He is loved by many and often gets his own way. He dated Michelle and, although he cheats on her with Abigail, expresses his love for her. Immediately after admitting this, he is hit by a bus, which leaves him mentally impaired and unable to recall certain events or people. After working long and ceaselessly, Tony slowly regains his memories and abilities. After some problems with Michelle, the two become a couple again, although their relationship status is left unknown at the end of series 2. Tony will be continuing his education at Cardiff University.
Michelle Richardson April Pearson 1 - 2 1.07, 2.04
Michelle lives with her mum, who has had many husbands over the years. Michelle is Tony's girlfriend, and after an accident that leaves Tony without memory of his feelings for her, she tries many times to get him to remember, but eventually gives up and becomes involved with Sid. After Tony remembers his affection for her and lets her know this, Michelle admits that she loves him as well. Although it is left uncertain at the end of series 2 whether or not Tony and Michelle will continue their relationship, she decides to go to the University of York to further her education.
Sid Jenkins Mike Bailey 1 - 2 1.05, 2.03
Sid is desperate to lose his virginity. Although a smart boy, he struggles with school and almost fails the entire Lower Sixth year. His love for Michelle makes him oblivious to Cassie's affection for him. Cassie's feelings are revealed to Sid, and the two begin a long-distance relationship with each other after Cassie moves to Scotland. They split up briefly and Sid then dates Michelle. When Cassie runs away to New York, Tony and Michelle buy a plane ticket so Sid can follow.
Cassie Ainsworth Hannah Murray 1 - 2 1.02, 2.09
After suffering with an eating disorder, Cassie is admitted a rehab clinic. She harbors a deep affection for Sid and eventually they get together. They go through a rough period when Sid believes that Cassie was unfaithful during her stay in Scotland, and she worries about the different futures they will have after college. When she witnesses Chris's death, she flees to New York and gets a job as a waitress.
Chris Miles Joe Dempsie 1 - 2 1.04, 2.05
Chris is the teenage party animal. His mother leaves unexpectedly, and he is forced to live on campus in student lodging. His crush on psychology teacher Angie leads to a relationship, despite Angie's uneasiness with the situation. Chris is eventually expelled from college, consequently forcing him out of student housing and into a job. He becomes interested in Jal, and the two become close, despite some problems dealing with Angie. Jal becomes pregnant with his baby, which she later aborts. Chris dies towards the end of series 2 due to a brain haemorrhage.
Jal Fazer Larissa Wilson 1 - 2 1.03, 2.08
Jal is a talented musician who plays the clarinet. She spends much of her time practicing for the Musician of the Year, but does not win. She lives with her dad and two brothers, Lynton and Ace. Her mother left when she was young, which has caused tension within the family. She grows a fondness for Chris, and after the two become a couple, she becomes pregnant with his child, which she later aborts.
Maxxie Oliver Mitch Hewer 1 - 2 1.06, 2.01
Maxxie is an openly gay character who loves to dance. He has expressed to his parents on several occasions that he does not wish to further his studies in college, but wants to pursue a dancing career. He is stalked by a strange girl named Sketch, who, when unable to achieve Maxxie's attention, dates Anwar and attempts to turn him into a clone of Maxxie. In the final episode of the second series, Maxxie moves with boyfriend James and best friend Anwar to London.
Anwar Kharral Dev Patel 1 - 2 1.06
Anwar is a Muslim boy with a dominating family, and is criticised because of his selective approach to his faith: he attributes his dislike of gay people to the Koran, but has no qualms about sex, alcohol, drugs or meat. He engages in a sexual relationship with Sketch, even though his best friend Maxxie disapproves of their relationship. Sketch attempts to change Anwar into a clone of Maxxie, but when Anwar discovers this, he dumps her. After receiving low grades on his A Levels, Anwar joins Maxxie and James in moving to London.
Sketch Aimee-Ffion Edwards 2 2.02
Sketch lives with her mum, who has multiple sclerosis, in the opposite block of flats to Maxxie. She stalks him obsessively, telling her mother that Maxxie is her boyfriend, despite the fact that he is gay. Maxxie informs Sketch that he has no interest in her and that he finds her actions appalling, so Sketch sleeps with and dates Anwar. She attempts to turn Anwar into a clone of Maxxie but is dumped when her plan is discovered. In the last episode of series 2, she reveals that she will not be continuing with further education, and that she'll be staying in Bristol.

Anthony Tony Stonem is a fictional character from the television series Skins. ... Nicholas Caradoc Hoult[1] (born December 7, 1989[2][3][4]) is an English film and television actor. ... The main building of Cardiff University Wikimedia Commons has media related to: Cardiff University Cardiff University (Welsh: Prifysgol Caerdydd) is a leading university located in the civic centre of Cardiff, Wales. ... Michelle Richardson is a fictional character in the television series Skins played by April Pearson. ... April Janet Pearson[1] (born 23rd January 1989 in Bristol) is an English actress. ... This article is about the British university. ... Sid Jenkins is a fictional character in the television series Skins portrayed by Mike Bailey. ... Michael James Bailey[1] (born 6 April 1988) is an English actor from Bristol. ... Hannah Murray is an English actress. ... Chris Miles is a fictional character in the television series Skins portrayed by Joe Dempsie. ... Joe Dempsie in Skins Joseph Joe Dempsie (born 22 June 1987) is a British actor best known for playing the role of Chris in the E4 television show Skins. ... Jal Fazer is a fictional character in the television series Skins portrayed by Larissa Wilson. ... Larissa Wilson (born May 5, 1989), also known as Lara Wilson, is an English actress who attends John Cabot Academy in Kingswood, Bristol. ... Mitchell Scott Mitch Hewer [1] (born July 1, 1989 in Bristol) is an English actor, who is best known for his role of Maxxie Oliver, an openly gay character, in the E4 teen drama, Skins. ... Anwar Kharral is a fictional character in the television series Skins portrayed by Dev Patel. ... Dev Patel is an actor, currently playing Anwar in the popular E4 drama Skins. ...

Series 3

Name Actor Series featured Centric episodes
Effy Stonem Kaya Scodelario 1 + 1.08, 2.07
Effy is the sister of Tony, and she is cared for greatly by him. In series 1, she was known as a party girl and a relatively unexplored character, speaking only on two occasions. In series 2, Effy has begun to start to talk more, and has revealed a caring side when aiding Tony in his recovery from his accident. It has been confirmed Effy will be a major character in the shows third and fourth series.
Cook TBA 3 +
Cook is an as yet uncast character.[11]
Freddie TBA 3 +
Freddie is an as yet uncast character.[11]
JJ TBA 3 +
JJ is an as yet uncast character.[11]
Karen TBA 3 +
Karen is an as yet uncast character.[11]
Naomi TBA 3 +
Naomi is an as yet uncast character.[11]
Emily TBA 3 +
Emily is an as yet uncast character. She is Katie's Twin.[11]
Katie TBA 3 +
Katie is an as yet uncast character. She is Emily's Twin.[11]
Tomasz TBA 3 +
Tomasz is an as yet uncast character. He is Polish.[11]

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Other cast

As well as the regular cast, there are several important recurring characters. Daniel Kaluuya plays "Posh" Kenneth, who goes to the same college as the main cast. Georgina Moffat portrays Tony Stonem's mistress, Abigail Stock, a posh school girl with psychotic tendencies. Siwan Morris plays Angie, a psychology teacher who begins a relationship with Chris. British comedian and co-writer Josie Long appears as the college's careers counselor. Daniel Kaluuya is a freind of mine. ... Main cast of Skins This article is a list of fictional characters as featured in British dramedy television series Skins. ... Georgina Moffat (born August 22, 1990 in London, England) is an English actress who is known for her portrayal of Abigail Stock in E4s Skins. ... Abigail Stock is a fictional character in the television series Skins. ... Siwan Morris is a Welsh actress, born in Glynneath, South Wales. ... Main cast of Skins This article is a list of fictional characters as featured in British dramedy television series Skins. ... Josie Long (born April 17, 1982) is a British comedian. ...


The central cast's parents are recurring characters in the series, and are often played by well-known British actors credited in a guest starring role. These include Harry Enfield and Nina Wadia, both known as actors and comedians, whilst Danny Dyer is a well-known British film actor. Harry Enfield portrays Tony and Effy's father, Jim Stonem, with Morwenna Banks playing his wife Anthea Stonem. Peter Capaldi and Josie Lawrence acts as Sid's parents, Mark and Liz Jenkins. Kevin Eldon portrays Manfred, who Liz has an affair with. Neil Morrissey and Naomi Allisstone play Marcus and Margeritte, Cassie's parents. Arabella Weir acts as Michelle's mother, Anna Richardson. Danny Dyer portrays Michelle's step father Malcolm, until his relationship ends with Anna. Mark Monero as acts as musician, Ronnie Fazer, who is Jal's father. Josette Simon plays Jal's estranged mother, Elaine in the second series. Mark Heap portrays Graham Miles, Chris' father, and Sarah Lancashire portrays Chris' stepmother, Mary. Inder Manocha plays Istiak Kharral, Anwar's father, with Nina Wadia playing Anwar's mother. Heidi Monsen acts as Dr. Victoria Stock, Abigail and Josh's mother. In the second series, Maxxie‘s parents are introduced and played by Bill Bailey and Fiona Allen as Walter and Jackie Oliver. Harry Enfield (born 30 May 1961 in Sussex, England) is an English comedian. ... Main cast of Skins This article is a list of fictional characters as featured in British dramedy television series Skins. ... Morwenna Banks (born 1964 in Flushing, Cornwall, England) is a British actress and comedian. ... Main cast of Skins This article is a list of fictional characters as featured in British dramedy television series Skins. ... Peter Capaldi as Mark Jenkins in Skins. ... Josie Lawrence (born Wendy Lawrence, 6 June 1959) is an English comedian and actress. ... Main cast of Skins This article is a list of fictional characters as featured in British dramedy television series Skins. ... Main cast of Skins This article is a list of fictional characters as featured in British dramedy television series Skins. ... Eldon as evil hypnotist in Big Train Kevin Eldon ( b. ... Neil Morrissey (born in Stafford, July 4, 1962) is a British actor. ... Main cast of Skins This article is a list of fictional characters as featured in British dramedy television series Skins. ... Main cast of Skins This article is a list of fictional characters as featured in British dramedy television series Skins. ... Arabella Weir is a British comedian, actress and writer famous for her role in The Fast Show and a number of books including Does My Bum Look Big In This? (a catchphrase of one of her characters in the show). ... Main cast of Skins This article is a list of fictional characters as featured in British dramedy television series Skins. ... Danny Dyer (born 24 July 1977) is an English actor and television presenter. ... Mark Monero is a British actor. ... Main cast of Skins This article is a list of fictional characters as featured in British dramedy television series Skins. ... Josette Simon is a British actress, best known for her portrayal of Dayna Mellanby in the third and fourth seasons of the sci-fi series Blakes 7. ... Mark Heap (born 4 October 1962) is an English actor best known for a variety of television comedy roles including struggling artist Brian Topp in Spaced, the pompous Dr. Alan Statham in Green Wing, and various roles in the sketch shows Big Train and Jam. ... Sarah Lancashire (born October 4, 1964) is a British actress. ... Main cast of Skins This article is a list of fictional characters as featured in British dramedy television series Skins. ... Inder Manocha (born 1968) is a British Asian stand-up comedian and actor. ... Main cast of Skins This article is a list of fictional characters as featured in British dramedy television series Skins. ... Nina Wadia (born 1969 in Bombay, India) is a comedy actress of Parsi descent. ... Main cast of Skins This article is a list of fictional characters as featured in British dramedy television series Skins. ... For other uses, see Bill Bailey (disambiguation). ... Fiona Allen (born in Bury, Lancashire on 3 January 1965) is a British comedian. ... Main cast of Skins This article is a list of fictional characters as featured in British dramedy television series Skins. ... Main cast of Skins This article is a list of fictional characters as featured in British dramedy television series Skins. ...


Online presence

Unseen Skins

Accompanying each episode of the program was an online mini-episode, released after first broadcast. The storyline of this mini-episode interweaves with the main episode and shows parts of the story that may not have been elaborated upon before. The mini-episodes for the final two episodes have not been released online and are only available on the series' DVD.[12] This is a list of Unseen Skins episodes. ...


A second series of Unseen Skins has been released on the official Skins website.


Secret Party

E4 launched a "Secret Party" and invited fans to get involved. This was the second time the show has offered UGC competitions to encourage the involvement of creative and talented fans. The competitions involved the chance to design a projection for the party, to interview the cast or to take official photographs at the event. A competition was also launched on MySpace to win tickets for the event, that would give fans a chance to be spotted by members of the casting team who would be on the lookout for extras at the event. The Oxford band Foals are featured on the episode performing the song "Hummer" at the party. User-generated content (UGC), also known as Consumer Generated Media or User-created Content (UCC) [1], refers to various kinds of media content that are produced by end-users, (as opposed to traditional media producers such as professional writers, publishers, journalists, licensed broadcasters and production companies). ... MySpace is a social networking website offering an interactive, user-submitted network of friends, personal profiles, blogs, groups, photos, music, and videos. ... For young horses less than a year old, see Foal Foals are a band from Oxford, England. ...


The Lost Weeks

During January 2008, E4 began publishing webisodes (web episodes) to bridge the gap between Series 1 and 2. The few minute episodes are designed to show various developments of the characters in order to enhance the understanding of the events that have taken place between the first and second series. As of 4 February 2008, all episodes have been released on the website. is the 35th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. ... 2008 (MMVIII) is the current year, a leap year that started on Tuesday of the Anno Domini (or common era), in accordance with the Gregorian calendar. ...


Skins Christmas Special

Not much is mentioned in this feature (7.22) about Tony so it is thought he is still in hospital. It opens with the gang in a pub having a talk about the turkey they're going to have. Chris and Anwar don't want to celebrate Christmas so decide to go off on their own. It mainly follows them throughout, until they join the others. Kenneth and Maxxie do the infamous "Crank That (Soulja Boy)" dance. Anwar also proceeds to 'tongue', 'chew' and 'fondle' the turkey. Crank That (Soulja Boy) is the debut single from rapper Soulja Boy on his debut album Souljaboytellem. ...


Skinscast

E4 allows fans to download a podcast after each E4 show, it is available from the E4 website and can be subscribed on itunes. It features inside gossip and interviews with the cast on their specific episodes. It is hosted by Daniel Kaluuya (aka Posh Kenneth) and often includes a lot of humour and banter. Fans are also given the chance to ask questions and win prizes.


Ratings and critical reception

The pilot episode of Skins averaged 1.5 million viewers.[13] The first series received mixed, although generally positive reviews, with some critics complaining that the series depicts teenagers unrealistically and stereotypically.[14] Others criticised the excessive promoting of the show (specifically, in the U.K.) and having relatively mediocre writing in comparison to other similarly themed shows. Actor Nicholas Hoult defended criticism of the extreme storylines, saying they wouldn't reflect "everyone's teenage life", adding "It is maybe heightened for entertainment but all of it is believable."[15] The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland is a country in western Europe, and a member of the European Union. ...


Writer and producer Marieke Hardy was extremely admiring of the show, and particularly enjoyed the fact that the show was "beautiful and sad and poignant and perfectly hurtful", while also managing to give impression of being drama that is "edgy, funny and rude". However, she did state that she was unsure whether the show was meant for teenagers or not. [16] Marieke Josephine Hardy (born 26 May 1976) is an Australian writer, television producer and former television actress. ...


Comedian and writer Stewart Lee has remarked during an interview on the BBC4 programme Charlie Brooker's Screenwipe that he feels lucky for having been a teenager watching TV for teenagers in the 1970s and not the 2000s as "there was something really comforting for nerds and weirdos about programmes like Children of the Stones and The Changes." Such programmes, "made you feel less alone, and that's a really great thing that art can do." He said that watching Skins as a teenager today would make him feel lonelier.[17] Brooker himself gave the programme a positive review in his Guardian column "Screen Burn".[18] Stewart Graham Lee (born April 5, 1968 in Shropshire, raised in Solihull) is an English stand-up comedian, writer and director probably best known for being one half of the 1990s comedy duo Lee and Herring, and for co-writing and directing the critically-acclaimed and controversial stage show Jerry... For the BBC radio station, see BBC Radio 4. ... Screen wipe redirects here. ... Children of the Stones was a television drama for children produced by HTV in 1976 and broadcast on the United Kingdoms ITV network in January and February 1977. ... The Changes is a British childrens science fiction television serial filmed in 1973 and first broadcast in 1975 by the BBC. The serial was directed by John Prowse. ... Charlie (Charlton) Brooker (born 3 March 1971) is a British comedy writer, cartoonist, reviewer and television presenter. ... For other uses, see Guardian. ...


Gordon Farrer writing in the The Age called it a "refreshing, entertaining and worthy series" and wrote it was "compulsory viewing for parents of teenagers as much as for teens."[19] This article does not cite any references or sources. ...


With over 2000 votes, the series on IMDB currently stands at a 9.0 rating out of a possible 10.[20] The Internet Movie Database (IMDb) [1] is an online database of information about actors, movies, television shows, television stars and video games. ...


The ratings for the second series which launched on E4 on 11 February 2008 peaked at 884,000 viewers (a further 160,000 watched it an hour later on E4+1) which gave it 5.9% audience share and taking 60% of the 16-24 demographic, however this was still more than 500,000 viewers down on its series one premiere.[21]. 809,300 tuned in to the second episode, which aired one week later in the 10pm slot. The series finale attracted an audience of 740,000 on E4, equating to a 4.65% share of the audience.[22] E4 is a British digital television channel launched as a pay-tv companion to Channel 4 on 18 January 2001. ... is the 42nd day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. ... 2008 (MMVIII) is the current year, a leap year that started on Tuesday of the Anno Domini (or common era), in accordance with the Gregorian calendar. ...


Skins won the Best Drama prize at the 2008 Rose d'Or ceremony.[23] The Rose dOr (or Golden Rose) is a highly prestigious television award, given annually since 1961 at the Festival Rose dOr in spring each year. ...


Cultural influence

The programme has given rise to the term 'skins party', referring to a debauched night of heavy drinking and recreational drug use.[24]


During the 2007 Easter holiday a girl in County Durham threw a house party; it was advertised on her MySpace as a "Skins Unofficial Party," referring to the party in the first episode, with the subtitle "Let's trash the average family-sized house disco party". 200 people turned up, causing over £20,000 of seemingly deliberate damage and breaking into the house. She alleges that her account was hacked and someone else placed the ad.[25][26] This article is about the Christian festival. ... County Durham is a county in north-east England. ...


Club nights marketed as 'Skins Secret Parties' have also taken shape in Leicester.[27] Following this, a series of parties were run by Company Pictures in spring 2008.[28] This article discusses Leicester in England. ... Company Pictures is an independent British television production company, who have produced drama programming for many broadcasters. ...


DVD releases

The Complete First Series
Set details Special features
  • 9 episodes
  • English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround)
  • Subtitles: English
Release dates
 United Kingdom
 Ireland
 Australia  New Zealand  France
24 September 2007 20 February 2008 27 February 2008 25 March 2008
The Complete Second Series
Set details Special features
  • 10 episodes
  • English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround)
  • Subtitles: English
  • Behind the scenes including interviews with cast & crew (exclusive to DVD)
  • Skins Secret Party and behind the scenes of the secret party
  • 5 bonus Skins stories (Cassandra, Christmas with Skins, Audition Day, Tony & Sid, Maxxie’s Love Life)
  • Broadcast trailer
  • Back stage tour
  • Daniel’s Story – writer, Daniel Kaluuya’s story of working on Skins (exclusive to DVD)
  • Skins in NYC (exclusive to DVD)
  • Maxxie’s Dance – behind the scenes (exclusive to DVD)
Release dates
 United Kingdom
 Ireland
May 5, 2008[29]

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International

Country Name Station Status Timeslot Premiere
United Kingdom &
Ireland
Skins E4
Channel 4
Channel 4 HD
4oD
Aired series 2 Mondays, 10:00 pm GMT
Thursdays, 10:35 pm GMT
25 January 2007 (series 1)

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Australia Skins SBS Aired series 1
Series 2 Currently Airing
Mondays, 10:00 pm AEST 07 January 2008 (Series 1)
19 May 2008 (Series 2) [30]
Belgium Skins Jim Aired series 1 Wednesdays, 9:00 pm CET 4 July 2007
New Zealand Skins C4TV Aired series 1
To air series 2
Mondays, 9:30 pm NZST
Mondays, 8:30 pm NZST
10 September 2007
30 June 2008
Brazil Juventude À Flor Da Pele HBO Plus Aired series 1 Tuesdays, 9:00 pm BRT 2 October 2007
Russia Молокососы MTV Россия Aired series 1 Monday-Thursday, 9:00 pm MSK 11 October 2007
Canada Skins Super Channel Airing series 2 Everyday, check these listings 02 November 2007
France Skins Canal+ Aired series 1 Thursdays, 10:15 pm CET 06 December 2007
Skins Virgin 17 To air series 1 TBA TBA
Italy Skins MTV Italia Aired series 1 Sundays, 11:00 pm CET 20 January 2008
South Korea Skins - 스킨스 XTM Aired series 1 Mon, Tue, 12 AM 1 April 2008
Slovenia Mularija Kanal A Aired series 1 Fridays, 9:30 pm CET 9 November 2007
Sweden Skins Kanal 5 Aired series 1 Thursdays, 10:00 pm CET 6 September 2007
Finland Skins - liekeissä Subtv Airing series 1 Tuesdays, 9:00 pm EET 3 June 2008
Hungary Skins Cool TV To air series 1 Saturday, 9:00 pm 28 June 2008

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See also

Nearly famous is a television drama series about a group of British teenagers at a school of the performing arts. ... The O.C. was an American teen drama television series that originally aired on FOX in the United States , and in Canada On CTV Television Network from August 5, 2003, to February 22, 2007, running a total of four seasons. ... Gossip Girl is an American television teen drama based on the popular novel series of the same name written by Cecily von Ziegesar. ...

References

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  2. ^ Oatts, Joanne (2006-11-20). E4 opts for more homegrown content. Digital Spy. Retrieved on 2008-01-08.
  3. ^ Skins to get second series on E4 | Media | MediaGuardian
  4. ^ Skins DVD Release, play.com. URL last accessed 2007-03-17.
  5. ^ http://theskinhead.blogspot.com/2007/09/dvd.html, Co-creator's blog.
  6. ^ Skins CD Release, play.com. URL last accessed 2007-03-17.
  7. ^ Amazon.co.uk: Skins: Complete Series 2 [2007]: Nicholas Hoult,April Pearson,Danny Dyer,Harry Enfield: DVD
  8. ^ Wilkes, Neil (2006-08-04). 'About A Boy' star for new teen TV series. Digital Spy. Retrieved on 2008-01-08.
  9. ^ Skins Dates! - E4 Skins Forum
  10. ^ - Skins News - Skins 3: the hunt for the new Tony begins - skinsis
  11. ^ a b c d e f g h of series 3 - skinslife - skinslife.com. Retrieved on 2008-06-31.]
  12. ^ "Channel 4 Forums - Unseen Skins News", 2007-03-22. Retrieved on 2007-03-23. 
  13. ^ [http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/2008/jan/07/bigbrother.television Celebrity Hijack hoists E4 ratings | The Guardian
  14. ^ Lucy Mangan on last night's TV | The Guardian | Guardian Unlimited
  15. ^ Skins series 2: The countdown begins...
  16. ^ http://www.theage.com.au/news/tv--radio/marieke-hardy/2008/01/29/1201369132138.html?page=fullpage#contentSwap1 Kids these days get under your skin
  17. ^ YouTube - Stewart Lee on Skins
  18. ^ Charlie Brooker. Charlie Brooker's screen burn. The Guardian. 9 February 2008. Retrieved 10 March 2008.
  19. ^ TV Reviews TV & Radio Entertainment theage.com.au
  20. ^ "Skins" (2007)
  21. ^ Television - News - 'Skins' return pulls more than 'Pulling' - Digital Spy
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  23. ^ Rose d'Or Winners 2008 (PDF). Rose d'Or AG (2008-05-06). Retrieved on 2008-05-07.
  24. ^ Urban Dictionary: Skins party
  25. ^ Police arrest MySpace party girl, The Telegraph, 14 April 2007
  26. ^ House trash party girl: "I'm sorry", Sunderland Echo, 15 April 2007
  27. ^ Leicester rock gigs - live music in Leicester
  28. ^ SkinsLife - SkinsLive Tour
  29. ^ Amazon.com listing - Skins : Complete Series 2. Retrieved on 2008-02-26.
  30. ^ SBS Viewing Schedule: 19/5/08, SBS Viewing Schedule

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External links

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Main cast of Skins This article is a list of fictional characters as featured in British dramedy television series Skins. ... Anthony Tony Stonem is a fictional character from the television series Skins. ... Michelle Richardson is a fictional character in the television series Skins played by April Pearson. ... Sid Jenkins is a fictional character in the television series Skins portrayed by Mike Bailey. ... Chris Miles is a fictional character in the television series Skins portrayed by Joe Dempsie. ... Jal Fazer is a fictional character in the television series Skins portrayed by Larissa Wilson. ... Anwar Kharral is a fictional character in the television series Skins portrayed by Dev Patel. ... Elizabeth Effy Stonem is a fictional character in the television series Skins. ... Abigail Stock is a fictional character in the television series Skins. ... Main cast of Skins This article is a list of fictional characters as featured in British dramedy television series Skins. ... Main cast of Skins This article is a list of fictional characters as featured in British dramedy television series Skins. ... Elizabeth Effy Stonem is a fictional character in the television series Skins. ... The following is a list of episodes from the E4 television series, Skins. ... The following is a list of episodes from the E4 television series, Skins. ...

 
 

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