After THAT series four cliffhanger, it's time to finally fnd out what happened next for Mobeen.
Today the BBC have announced that Man Like Mobeen, co-created by Guz Khan and Andy Milligan, and co-produced by Tiger Aspect and Dice Roll Productions, will return for a second series with filming set to begin later this year.
As Man Like Mobeen is extended to six episodes for its fifth series, Guz Khan will once again play the notorious lead character Mobeen. And after THAT cliffhanger at the end of series four left fans pondering his fate, it can't come soon enough.
Speaking about today's announcement, Guz Khan said "You lot love Man Like Mobeen don’t you? Like LOVE it. As a man once said to me whilst I was using a urinal at Beaconsfield services, “I love Mobeen more than my wife and kids”. Bit much I think. But as a result, I think you should have some more. This time, much more. 6 episodes coming your way baby. See you soon b*stards."
To which Jon Petrie, the BBC's Director of Comedy added "Well we couldn’t exactly end on that cliff-hanger could we?! Guz continues to bring his infectious energy to the scripts and screen, it’s no surprise that Man Like Mobeen is so well loved."
Once again, Tiger Aspect’s Man Like Mobeen New Talent Trainee Scheme will be offering paid entry-level production jobs to candidates within the West Midlands, with further details on how to apply to be announced soon.
Man Like Mobeen will return to BBC Three