Watch it on: All 4 (UK), to be confirmed elsewhere
What it's about: One of the funniest British comedies in the last five years, Derry Girls not only depicts Northern Ireland in a different way than you've seen before, but the friendships, fears, and arguments encourage you to look fondly back at the best of your school days well. And Lisa McGee's script creates corkers, like this from Sister Michael: "Don't worry about the whole sectarian conflict carry-on. There's only one thing you need to know: We're the goodies."
"Derry Girls is just glorious - the everyday chaos of misfit teens, dysfunctional families and evil nuns offer plenty of laughs, but it's the backdrop of the Troubles in 90s Northern Ireland that makes it stand out from the likes of The Inbetweeners. A moment in time perfectly captured, I can't wait for season two."
– Heidi Stephens, Twitter
"It’s so funny, heartwarming, relatable and nostalgic definitely recommend to all." – eviem48fbd8f63