The release date for Tripped series 2 — Pending
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Production info and plot
Tripped is a debut British comedy sci-fi television mini-series airing on E4. It`s written by Jamie Mathieson, Harry Williams and Jack Williams, directed by Jamie Stone and produced by Mammoth Screen and Two Brothers Pictures.
The series starts off as the two long-time best buddies Danny (Blake Harrison) and Milo (George Webster) begin to part ways as Danny is about to marry his girlfriend Kate (Georgina Campbell), while Milo`s plan is basically to continue getting high. As he keeps to his plan, in the midst of a particularly strong hallucinogenic experience he and an imagined version of his friend Danny set off on a fantasy quest in a parallel universe. They are chased by a dangerous being aiming to kill them as they meet alternative versions of themselves and engage in various other adventures, never quite sure whether they`re still tripping or already home, safe and sound.
Reviews and chances of renewal
The four-part mini-series premiered on December 8, 2015 and wrapped up on December 29, 2015. It is deemed amiable by both critics and viewers, and holds a 7.6 rating on IMDb, indicating positive reception. However, there`s been enough criticism as well – predictable storyline that lacks development, one-dimensional characters, and a sense of humor that could have been more subtle. It`s been noted by many, however, that the show does have potential and can develop into something greater than it did in the first series. There has been no word from E4 on either a cancelation or a renewal, and it`s a hard-to predict case, so stay tuned for more information.
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