Enterprice gets a second series | Wheeler-dealers to return to BBC Three © BBC/Fudge Park

Enterprice gets a second series

Wheeler-dealers to return to BBC Three

BBC Three has ordered a second series of Enterprice, its comedy about two South London brothers trying to get a delivery business off the ground.

Five new episodes of the show, written by and starring  Kayode Ewumi, have been commissioned.

Enterprice started as a pilot in November 2017, with the first series of four episodes dropping a year later, and consequently repeated in a late-night slot on BBC One. 

The series co-stars Trieve Blackwood-Cambridge as Kazim.

In the second series, Kazim has been kicked out of his mum's house and Jeremiah's savings are vanishing, so the dup try to use their street smarts to get ahead, making deals with dangerous market stall holders, unpredictable music producers and over-friendly chief executives.

Production credits

Written and created by: Kayode Ewumi
Made by: Fudge Park
Producer:  Phil Gilbert
Executive producer:  Simon Wilson
BBC commissioning editor: Gregor Sharp

Published: 11 Apr 2019

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