The fourth series of the hit BBC comedy ‘Man Like Mobeen’ is coming to BBC Three and BBC iPlayer on Thursday 8th June.
The Birmingham-set and Bafta-nominated series from Tiger Aspect – part of Banijay UK – and in association with Dice Roll Productions, is a four-part (4×30’) comedy written by Guz Khan and co-creator Andy Milligan.
An exclusive red-carpet screening took place tonight in Birmingham, with hundreds of people getting the chance to watch the first two episodes at a glitzy launch event at The Bond in Digbeth.
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Viewers first met reformed drug-dealer Mobeen as he was trying to turn his life around living as a good Muslim, looking after his little sister, and trying to escape his troubled past. Since then he’s almost made good on living a quiet-ish life, but in the cliff-hanger series three finale, he found himself banged-up behind bars with Nate, after their close friend Eight had been killed. As they adjust to life on the inside, familiar faces are also set to return, but in very unexpected situations. All this means Mobeen and Nate must once again negotiate new challenges and circumstances. So can the haphazard heroes make it to the end of their sentence without causing more mayhem and come good on their dream of living a quiet life?
The whole series will be released as a boxset on BBC iPlayer on Thursday 8th June, and will also launch that evening on BBC Three at 22:00.