Bad Education to end after three series
'Bad Education' writer and star Jack Whitehall says the hit BBC Three sitcom will end after three series.
'Bad Education' is set to end after three series.
The BBC Three sitcom starring and written by Jack Whitehall will come to an end after one more series, the 25-year-old comic has confirmed.
Jack told Time Out magazine: "I'll be doing one more British series of 'Bad Education' but then that will be the end of it.
"[It's] my decision. Never say never, but I think three series is probably enough."
'Bad Education' has aired two series and a Christmas special on BBC Three and Jack - who also stars on Channel 4's 'Fresh Meat' - is currently writing the third series.
The comedian recently filmed a pilot episode for a US remake of 'Bad Education', which he described as "fun" and "weird".
He previously said: "I filmed a pilot in America and now some other people will decide whether they want more. It was fun, it was different ... it's always weird doing things in America and adjusting to it."
The final series of 'Bad Education' will be filmed this summer and air on BBC Three later this year.
Jack said: "I'm writing some more as we speak, we're going to be filming in the summer."