Scarborough is the new comedy airing on BBC One - here's all you need to know.
From the start date to the cast and first spoilers, this is your guide to Scarborough on BBC One.
The new series is written and directed by Derren Litten, award-winning creator of ITV comedy Benidorm.
Set in the iconic North Yorkshire seaside town, it follows the lives of a motley band of Scarborough residents who are bonded by family, friendship and their love of karaoke.
Scarborough airs Friday nights at 9:30PM on BBC One airing for six episodes.
Leading the cast are comedian and actor Jason Manford and Catherine Tyldesley (Coronation Street).
They play Mike and Karen, a couple of nearly-40-somethings that are giving their relationship another go, five years after they split.
A synopsis of the series reads: "The pair were always meant to be together, but Mike’s ambition to become a professional entertainer meant that he was never at home. Now in his late 30’s, Mike has realised what’s actually important to him – he’s given up life on the road to come back to Scarborough and give their relationship another go.
"Between the local salon, Geraldine’s, and local pub/karaoke hot spot, The Good Ship, there’s never a dull day in town. But will the course of true love run smoothly for the couple the second time around, or will the trials and tribulations of their lives get in the way?"
Joining Jason and Catherine on the cast are Stephanie Cole (Still Open All Hours, Coronation Street), Maggie Ollerenshaw (Last of the Summer Wine, Still Open All Hours), Steve Edge (Phoenix Nights, Benidorm), Claire Sweeney (Brookside), Harriet Webb (Edge Of Heaven, White Gold) and Gina Fillingham (National Treasure: Kiri).
Episode 2 tonight (September 13) is titled The Paradoxical Burglary Of Mr Ferris.
Mike and Karen are trying to get their relationship back on track after Mike’s crab stall misdemeanour, however both have other problems they need to deal with.
Bigsy has gone AWOL and when Mike finally finds him sleeping rough at the castle, he explains that he’s gone into hiding because he nearly took a beating from Tony Peroni. Should Mike go and see Tony to clear up the previous night’s misunderstanding or will his visit just make the situation worse?
Meanwhile, the police visit Marion about the break in next door and Geraldine is under suspicion over the mystery of what happened to the contents of Mrs Bookham’s handbag.
Scarborough airs tonight at 9:30PM on BBC One.
As well as watching TV, you can watch and catch up online via BBC iPlayer.