The Inbetweeners cast tease fans about new season during 10th anniversary celebrations

Fans desperately want to see the crew back together

The teens on holiday in Crete for sun, sex and more toe-curlingly embarrassing antics in the film 
The teens on holiday in Crete for sun, sex and more toe-curlingly embarrassing antics in the film 

Ten years after The Inbetweeners first debuted on TV screens, the cast reunited for a celebratory meal.

Cast members James Buckley, Simon Bird, Blake Harrison and Joe Thomas, along with the show’s creators, were all in attendance, Buckley – who played Jay – posting a photo of their meeting onto Twitter, .

While a seemingly nice photo that was not particularly newsworthy, the picture has caused a storm online thanks to the caption: “Inbetweeners series 4 pre production meal”.

Ever since, fans of the show have been excitedly Tweeting the cast members, praying that a fourth season may actually happen.

Unfortunately, the cast have previously spoken about not wanting to bring the show back, Buckley once saying: “It’s just like physically impossible. Because we’re old! I can’t believe that’s even still a discussion. Because people go, ‘You could do some more, can’t you?’ No, we can’t. Because – well, look at us. We can’t play teenagers!”

Meanwhile, to mark the tenth anniversary of The Inbetweeners we rounded up the 25 best quotes from the show – read the article here.

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