Fresh Meat is returning for a fourth series in January
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Jack Whitehall has revealed that Fresh Meat will be returning for its fourth series early next year. The Manchester-set uni comedy (or drama, or dramedy... we’re not quite sure what it is, based on series three) is set to return to our screens on 5th January. Jack Whitehall, who plays unpalatable rah-type JP, made the revelation on twitter yesterday. (Where was our invite, eh Jack?) We’re not sure what Oregon, Vod, Josie, Kingsley, Howard and the aforementioned JP will be getting up to the season, given that they’re likely to be in third year by now and are probably a little less fresh and a little more, well, jaded. Maybe there’ll be less teacher-shagging and more approaching real life crisis... who knows. The last time Fresh Meat were on our screens was 2013, meaning the gang have been floating somewhere between second and third year for about two and a half years. It’s given Oregon the chance to travel back in time to play a sheltered nurse in 1950s Poplar in Call The Midwife, at least. A fourth series was confirmed as early as March, when the Fresh Meat official Facebook page posted a picture of the front cover of a script for episode one, intriguingly titled "The Purge." Kimberly Nixton, who plays Josie, has also told Radio Times that we can expect a "sexy, tension-y triangle" between three of the main characters. We'll leave you to work out exactly which ones. No prizes, because in all honestly it's pretty obvious. We only have one request for this series of Fresh Meat, though, and that's the return of Sabine. Please?