Date: 10.07.2013     Last updated: 25.03.2014 at 13.20
Badults is a new BBC Three comedy written and performed by award-winning sketch act Pappy's.

Outrageous, ridiculous, and with an anarchic streak, Badults follows three flatmates on a series of adventures. Now in their late 20s, Tom, Ben and Matthew are living out the pact that they made as kids; to live together when they’re all grown up. But in truth they simply can’t act grown up - they are bad at being adults - they're Badults.

It very quickly becomes clear that this isn't a conventional flat-share. Instead, it's a springboard for a series of absorbing, unexpected schemes: transforming the flat into a pop-up restaurant, launching a new dance anthem into the charts or re-enacting the French Revolution (to list just a few).

The brand new BBC Three studio sitcom written and performed by award-winning sketch act Pappy's, made up of Tom Parry, Matthew Crosby and Ben Clark.

The show also stars Emer Kenny (Pramface, EastEnders) as Matthew’s sister Rachel, and Jack Docherty (Absolutely, Gary: Tank Commander) as their boss, Carabine and is produced by Izzy Mant (Harry and Paul) and directed by Ben Kellett (Mrs Brown’s Boys).

Badults is a Comedy Unit production (Rab C Nesbitt, Limmy’s Show). The Executive producers are Rab Christie and Gavin Smith. The executive producer for the BBC is Kristian Smith.

All worldwide rights in the series are represented by Zodiak Rights.