THE Syndicate is coming back to our screens after five years and fans couldn't be happier about it.
The new series stars a bunch of new faces. Here's who we can expect to see in Kay Mellor's new drama…
Who's in the cast of The Syndicate season 4?
Neil Morrissey as Frank Stevenson
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.
Katherine Rose Morley as Keeley Sanderson
You may recognise Morley from her roles in Thirteen and Last Tango in Halifax.
She has also appeared in series including Call the Midwife, Vera, Moving On, and Little Crackers.
Morley's breakout role was as Lucy Garner in historical drama The Mill.
Kym Marsh as Donna Sanderson
Kym Marsh is a soap actress and singer best known for playing Michelle Connor on Coronation Street.
She appeared as a contestant on Popstar to Operastar in 2010.
She is also a TV presenter and since October 2020 has co-fronted the BBC One programme Morning Live alongside Gethin Jones.
Taj Atwal as Roxy Varma
best known for her roles as Jasminda in Stella and in Amazon original series Truth Seekers as Elara.
She also starred as PC Tatleen Sohota in season five of Line Of Duty.
Atwal appeared in mini-series Cold Call.
Joe Sugg as Sam
Joe Sugg, YouTuber and Strictly finalist, has been cast in the new series.
Joe will play 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
Kieran Urquhart as Jake Thackery
Kieran Urquhart is an actor known for his role in sci-fi series Humans and Vera.
He also made an appearance in short movie Apples.
Kieran is set to star in upcoming movie Boiling Point.
Liberty Hobbs as Gemma Hepworth
The Syndicate is one of Liberty Hobbs' first main roles.
You may have spotted Hobbs in Grey's Anatomy as Candace Warner.
She also had a cameo in Criminal Minds back in 2016.
Emily Head plays Colette Andrews
Emily Head is best known for her role as Carli D'Amato in E4's sitcom The Inbetweeners.
She also featured in Emmerdale as Rebecca White.
Head appeared in an episode of M.I. High, the CBBC spy series.
Katie McGlynn plays Georgina Clarke
Katie McGlynn is best known her role as Sinead Tinker, who she played for six years on Coronation street.
She is also known for acting in Waterloo Road in which she played Jodi "Scout" Allen.
She had a role in BBC drama Moving On as well as minor parts in The Well, Paradox and Leonardo.
Mark Benton as Graham Woods
Mark Benton is best known for playing Eddie in Early Doors.
He also starred as Howard in Northern Lights and Martin Pond in Barbara.
Mark also starred in BBC One's Waterloo Road as maths teacher Daniel Chalk from 2011 to 2013 and then again in 2014.
Gaynor Faye as Cheryl Armitage
Faye is best known for her roles as Emmerdale’s Megan Macey and Judy Mallett on Coronation Street.
She has appeared in a number of other TV shows, including Peak Practice, Fat Friends, The Chase and Casualty.
She has also appeared in the stage adaptation of Calendar Girls alongside Lynda Bellingham.
Ruben Reuter as Shane Sanderson
Ruben Reuter is best known for his role as Finn McLaine in The Dumping Ground.
He also appeared in the documentary My Life: The Real Dumping Ground.
He plays Shane Sanderson in The Syndicate.
Oliver Anthony as Theo
Anthony has previously acted in BBC Three Northern Irish comedy-drama My Left Nut.
Before that, he featured in Kay Mellor's ITV show Fat Friends.
He will star in The Syndicate as Theo.
When does it start?
The fourth series of The Syndicate starts at 9pm TONIGHT (March 30, 2021).
It will show on BBC One.
The series was announced in back in February 2020.
It's been six years since the show's last season, so it came as a surprise to many.
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