The acclaimed comedy series Man Like Mobeen, which earned a BAFTA nomination, is set to return for its highly anticipated fifth season, as announced by the BBC. Writers and co-creators Guz Khan and Andy Milligan have been given the green light to extend the series to six episodes, which will air on BBC Three and iPlayer.
Guz Khan reprises his role as the beloved lead character Mobeen, whose antics left viewers on the edge of their seats with the cliff-hanger ending of season four. Fans have eagerly awaited the resolution to Mobeen's fate, and with the new season, they can expect even more excitement and humor.
Expressing his gratitude to the devoted fanbase, Guz Khan acknowledges the overwhelming love for Man Like Mobeen and promises an extended dose of laughter with six new episodes. BBC's Director of Comedy, Jon Petrie, echoes the sentiment, praising Khan's infectious energy and the series' enduring popularity.
In addition to the return of the series, Tiger Aspect's Man Like Mobeen New Talent Trainee Scheme will provide paid entry-level production opportunities for candidates in the West Midlands. Details on how to apply will be announced soon, furthering the series' commitment to nurturing talent and diversity behind the scenes.
Co-produced by Tiger Aspect and Dice Roll Productions, founded by Gill Isles and Guz Khan, Man Like Mobeen continues to captivate audiences with its unique blend of humor and heart. Commissioned by Jon Petrie for BBC Three and iPlayer, the series exemplifies the BBC's dedication to showcasing diverse voices and stories.
With its sixth season on the horizon, Man Like Mobeen promises to deliver more laughs and memorable moments, solidifying its status as a beloved comedy series for audiences across the UK and beyond.