Lee and Dean 2019 cast and spoilers from series 2 of the Channel 4 comedy

Lee and Dean series 2 cast, episodes and watch online

Lee and Dean returns for 2019 to Channel 4 for its second series and here’s all you need to know.

Lee and Dean are back – but after the explosive stag and hen weekends, are they still best mates? Join them, the boys, their friends and exes, as they try to re-build their lives in season two of this critically acclaimed, bitter-sweet comedy.

Expect more rubble, trouble, make ups and break ups, bark rubbing, booze and poetry. Not to mention two births, an (almost) foursome, and a funeral.

Written and performed by Mark O’Sullivan, Miles Chapman and Sam Underwood, Lee and Dean is made by Bingo Productions, and executive produced by Phil Clarke.

Mark O’Sullivan serves as director and Martyn Jolly and Tom Miller (Horrible Histories, Code 404) as joint producers.

Watch Lee and Dean weekly Thursdays on Channel 4 or watch online via All 4.

Lee and Dean cast

Alongside Lee played by Miles Chapman and Dean played by Mark O’Sullivan, the cast includes Nikki played by Camille Ucan and Mrs (Pippa) Bryce-D’Souza played by Anna Morris.

Also reprising their roles for the second series are Sean Miller as Sheets, Sam Underwood as Little Dean, Eoin McSorley as Nightmare, Mark Sharp as S**ty Mick, Ricky Grover as Alan, Jason Barnett as Midnight and Tom Bennett as Jason.

Joining the cast for series 2 are Cariad Lloyd (Peep Show, QI, This Time with Alan Partridge) and Colin Hoult (Derek, Murder in Successville)

Lee and Dean spoilers

In the sixth and final episode of series 2 tonight, the boys are in Spain and have never been happier. They’re working hard and enjoying life in the sun… until a grisly discovery sends them spiralling back to their old ways.

Meanwhile, Nikki (Ucan) is having her own adventure, and Lee (Chapman) and Dean (O’Sullivan) find their hero hiding in the Spanish hills. But when the sun goes in, and old wounds reappear, there are several unexpected arrivals.Writer

As well as watching on TV weekly, you can watch the full series online via All4.