Awesome new comedy ‘Beaver Falls’ heading your way on E4!

E4 is of course THE home of quality comedy, and this July, there’s a newbie in our midst in the form of Beaver Falls…

And let’s face it, even if you knew nothing else about the show, the fact that it has the word ‘Beaver’ in the title would sell it to ya. You pervy little beggar you.

But what’s it all about Alfie I hear you cry, even though my name’s not Alfie…

Well, it’s about a Stateside summer camp which is inhabited by a cast of characters who are played by – as yet – unknown actors, but they’re sure to be propelled to stardom by this udderly splendid new show.

And as it’s directed by some of the gennii (that’s more than one genius, in case you’re wondering) who brought us the excellent Skins, you can expect that it’s going to be rude, raucous and more than a tad out of leftfield.

There’ll be lots of über white teeth and tanned Californian bods in it, but I’m willing to bet this is no Dawson’s Creek…

Beaver Falls tells the often lurid tale of three British graduates who manage to blag jobs at the summer camp, where, so sayeth E4, “they’re determined to have the wildest summer ever, while looking after extremely annoying American teens.”

Said three graduates are, Flynn (Samuel Robertson), A-Rab (Arsher Ali) and Barry (John Dagleish) and they’re all, to a man, in search of the “perfect summer.”

But are they going to get it? Or indeed, any Beaver, in the Falls? You’re just gonna have to tune in to find out!

In the meantime, here’s a clip that tells you how you can win a trip to America, and you can also visit E4’s Beaver Falls micro-site by clicking here. My God, we’re good to you…

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Lynn is an editor and writer here at Unreality TV and is trained psychotherapist and the author of two books. She's addicted to soaps, period drama and reality TV shows such as X Factor, I'm A Celeb and Big Brother.