Normal People fans, rejoice: the BBC show has returned with follow-up content set 40 years in the future, imagining star-crossed lovers Marianne and Connell in their sixties.
The hit series, an adaptation of Sally Rooney’s novel of the same name, has created two sequel sketches as part of the Comic Relief Fund by RTÉ, the television network that broadcast Normal People in Ireland. The first, dubbed Older Normal People, riffs on the domestic quarrels of old married couples and the second, a crossover skit, imagines Marianne and Connell in confession with the Priest from fellow BBC show Fleabag.
Watch Older Normal People and Normal People Confessions below.
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