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Dana Stevens | 10:05 UK time, Wednesday, 11 August 2010

EastEnders and E20 fans listen up. The second series of E20 will be coming to BBC Three in September and the best bit is that we're going to have lots of exciting extra content right here on the BBC Three website. There'll be a glimpse behind the scenes to see how the show is made and the cast and crew will be sharing the secrets of how particular scenes were shot. So what are we going to call all this great extra stuff about E20? We've decided on E20 Extra...see what we did there? Genius.

The second series features four brand new young residents of the Square: Naz (Emaa Hussen), Stevie (Amanda Fairbank-Hynes), Asher (Heshima Thompson) and Sol (Tosin Cole). Watch this introduction and meet the new cast.....they seem pretty excited!

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So what's the lowdown? Well, Bad boy Ash and brother Sol need a place to crash. Naz needs a place to escape and Stevie is abandoned in the middle of Walford. One by one they all find themselves under one roof. All have something to hide and something they're desperate to get away from. Phew! And I also hear that Britain's Got Talent dance act Flawless make an appearance too!

You'll be able to watch the series on the E20 website first and then there'll be a weekly omnibus on BBC Three. So don't forget to keep checking back here on the BBC Three website for your fix of E20 Extra.

And if you can't wait until the show starts the characters are already on Twitter, you can find out more about their tweets at the E20 site.

Series 2 of E20 starts online and on BBC Three in September.
Dana Stevens is content producer for BBC Three online.



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