Way To Go
In episode two, 'The Business End Of Things', when their second client Elroy (Derek Griffiths) deems their assisted-suicide operation amateurish, Scott decides if they're going to be a legitimate business they've got to start acting like one.
He drags his bumbling group to a business seminar, where things get even more unprofessional. Meanwhile, Cozzo has to convince his pregnant wife, Debbie (Sinead Matthews) that he'll find some way to make enough money to support their burgeoning family. And Joey learns that he still has gambling debts to pay off, but as punishment has to sadistically punish someone else.
Created by US comedy writer Bob Kushell, (The Simpsons, 3rd Rock From The Sun, Anger Management), follows three ordinary friends Scott (Blake Harrison, The Inbetweeners), his half brother Joey (Ben Heathcote) and their friend Cozzo (Marc Wootton, La La Land, High Spirits With Shirley Ghostman), who find themselves forced by an extraordinary set of circumstances into setting up an assisted-suicide business.
The series is written by Bob Kushell with additional episodes written by Russell Arch, Brian Dooley (Smoking Room) and Jeff Greenstein (Desperate Housewives, Will And Grace). The producer is Justin Davies (Psychoville, Some Girls) and the executive producer is Jon Plowman (Ab Fab, Psychoville, Twenty Twelve).
Confirmed for BBC Three on 24 January at 10.00pm to 10.30pm
Thursday 24 January