How many episodes are in The Syndicate season 4?

The Syndicate is back after five long years.

Written by BAFTA-winning Kay Mellor, the new series has already proved to be just as exciting as her other offerings.

How many episodes are there?

There are six episodes in season 4.

The series returned on March 30 and will air every Tuesday evening at 9pm on BBC One.

Who is in the cast?

Joe Sugg

Joe Sugg, YouTuber and Strictly finalist, has been cast in the new series.

Joe plays an aspiring musician named Sam, who is struggling to commit to on-off girlfriend Roxy, played by Stella actress Taj Atwal.

Joe had a brief spell in West End stage musical Waitress last year, but The Syndicate will be his biggest acting job to date.

Neil Morrissey

Neil Morrissey will be part of the cast, playing a newsagent with aspirations of living the high life.

Neil is perhaps most famous for his role in classic British sitcom Men Behaving Badly, which documented to the exploits of two beer-guzzling housemates.

He also voices Bob The Builder, where he lends his vocals to the title character Bob as well as Lofty and Farmer Pickles.

In addition to Neil Morrisey and Joe Sugg, other cast members include:

  • Liberty Hobbs
  • Emily Head
  • Kieran Urquhart
  • Taj Atwal
  • Katherine Rose Morley

What is it about?

This series is set at a local kennel called Woodvale Kennels.

The owners of the kennels will announce the business is being sold to a larger corporate name.

For one of the workers, Keeley (Katherine Rose Morley), the work's lottery is her only lifeline.

Luckily she makes a small win, but something does not sit right with the rest of the group.

Creator Kay Mellor has described the new series as  “a brand-new story about a syndicate of low paid kennel workers who think they’ve won the lottery but have been robbed of their ticket.

"The chase to confront the culprit takes us to the wealthy French Riviera where the young syndicate find themselves well out of their depth.”

The BBC has said the show is “peppered with the comedy, pathos and high-drama audiences have come to expect from The Syndicate”.

The executive producer said: “We are so thrilled to have The Syndicate return to BBC One for a fourth series.

"Kay has written yet another brilliantly entertaining story and we can’t wait to see the fabulous cast bring it to life.”

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