If you're a teenager, especially living in London, you've probably heard of Youngers, an E4 comedy drama which follows a group of teenagers from South London who want to become the next big thing in the music industry as well as negotiating their way through teenage life.
I was lucky enough to be invited to the launch of the new series and it was great to see so many people from the area the show represents, laughing along and enjoying the show - a sign that the show is not forced, stereotypical or insulting, a real testament to the writing, performances and all involved. It's no wonder really that after a successful first series, which saw 450,000 people tune in to the first episode on E4, Youngers which is written by Levi David Addai, is back for a second series which continues to tell the story of Jay, Yemi and Davina who live in Peckham.
Just in case you didn't catch the first series, here's a bit of a recap. Jay (Calvin Demba, Hollyoaks) is an MC and very much lives for the moment and as a consequence can often land himself in trouble. Yemi (Ade Oyefeso, Misfits) comes from a very strict Nigerian household, an