Following on from the huge success of EastEnders: E20, the second series of the hit online spin-off drama returned to our screens.
Stevie was left in a crying heap in the middle of Walford. Brothers, Ash and Sol, needed a place to crash as they couldn't go home. Naz came to Walford looking for a place to escape and one by one our quartet met up until they were all under one roof above Roxy's. All had something to hide.
"I am delighted that E20 is going again and proud of what the writers have achieved," revealed E20 Producer Deborah Sathe. "This time around the E20 writers have created 4 new faces for the square, and their reaction to Walford life is really exciting. It's got all the ingredients of E20, but is bigger, faster, braver and even more fun."
Former Hollyoaks actress Roxanne Mckee featured in a few episodes as Pippa, and Britain's Got Talent Dance act Flawless also appeared. Their choreographer, Marlon "Swoosh" Wallen, choreographed scenes throughout the series.
Series 2 ran for 10 episodes, each around 14 minutes long. If you prefer your E20 on TV, however, there were five omnibus editions on BBC Three.
It was penned by the same young writers as series 1 - all aged between 17 and 22. Executive Producer, Bryan Kirkwood told us. "The show is a fantastic platform for young, aspiring writers and actors to set the agenda."
As before, the E20 website featured a wealth of cast interviews and extra-special clips that extended the E20 world. However in series 2, some of our characters had Twitter accounts; you can still follow Fat Boy as @manlikefatboy; but the rest of the characters have retired their Twitter accounts for now. Naz was @badgal_naz, Stevie @stevie4olly and her boyfriend Olly was @ollymanhall.
BBC Three showed you behind the scenes of the production process with E20 Extra. As series three approaches, stay tuned for all the latest gossip through our BBC EastEnders: E20 Facebook page.
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