Skins series 6 promises 'high drama'
The sixth series of 'Skins' - which begins filming today (21.07.11) - promises ''moral ambiguity, high drama as well as a strong dose of comedy''
The sixth series of 'Skins' will feature "moral ambiguity, high drama and comedy".
The E4 teen drama - which begins filming today (21.07.11) - will be written by a team of young British writers and teen contributors including Danny Brocklehurst ('Shameless'), Jack Lothian ('Ashes to Ashes'), 'Skins' novelist Jess Brittain and new young writer Laura Hunter.
Camilla Campbell, Channel 4 Head of Drama, said: "I am delighted that the sixth series of 'Skins' is now underway. Having set up this new set of characters in the previous series, we can now go into more depth as to where their stories take us.
"With moral ambiguity, high drama, as well as a strong dose of comedy, 'Skins' six will not disappoint."
John Griffin, executive producer, added: "We're hugely excited about the fantastic mix of writers we have for Skins this year, some of whom are first time screen writers.
"They've spent the past few months developing exciting and challenging stories for our characters and as filming gets underway we're all very excited to see them realised onto to the screen."
Directors for the series include Jack Clough and Oscar-nominated Ian Barns, while 'Skins' is being produced by Toby Welsh and Neil Duncan with Charlie Pattinson, George Faber and Bryan Elsley joining John as executive producers.
'Skins will air on E4 in early 2012.