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Tuesday, June 26, 2018

When will Mrs Brown’s Boys be back on TV with new episodes?

Just when will Mrs Brown be back on our screens? (Picture: BBC)



You might well be suffering Mrs Brown withdrawal symptoms after the second series of the Mammy’s chat show came to an end. 

All Round To Mrs Brown’s rounded its current run of episodes off on Saturday night, with an emotional show in which Boy George’s mum revealed how accepting she was of her son’s coming out, leaving misty eyes all round. But just when will Mrs Brown be back on TV with new episodes? And will All Round be coming back to liven up our Saturday nights at any point? Well fear not, fans. Because you will indeed get to see more new adventures from Mrs Brown this year – you’ll just have to hang in there until Christmas.




Will All Round to Mrs Brown’s be coming back too? (Picture: BBC)


Because while there’s no plans for any new series any time soon, the Beeb has commissioned Christmas specials from Brendan O’Carroll and co all the way up until 2020, meaning that they’ll no doubt be dominating the ratings again next festive season. And while there’s no word yet on the storyline, Brendan O’Carroll has hinted at what we might expect from the episodes as Mrs Brown has a brush with technology. ‘I’m toying with one idea. The family buy Agnes an Alexa for Christmas and it drives her fucking nuts,’ he told the Daily Star. ‘She has rows and there is a big falling out. She just doesn’t get along with that fucking Alexa woman at all.’ We can’t wait.


However Brendan has also teased the possibility of killing the beloved character off if there are no more Christmas specials forthcoming after 2020. ‘Our final episode would be the funniest show I’ve ever written for the first 24 minutes,’ he explained. ‘Then the last four minutes would break your fucking heart.’ As for All Round To Mrs Brown’s, well the BBC has yet to confirm whether or not there will be a third series. Metro.co.uk has contacted the BBC to see whether they can shed any light on the matter. In the mean time we’ll just have to keep those fingers crossed…





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