BBC One has set the premiere date for Not Going Out season 10, the latest run of Lee Mack’s sitcom. We’ve got the date, and all the information you need, right here…
Not Going Out, which the BBC’s longest-running sitcom at this point, will return to BBC One with the season 10 premiere on Monday 15th April at 9pm. The show has shifted focus in recent years to portray Mack’s character as a struggling parent.
As for cast details, TV Wise reports that Sally Bretton, Finley Southby, Max Pattison, Francesca Newman, Max Willis, Bobby Ball, Hugh Dennis, Abigail Cruttenden Geoffrey Whitehead and Deborah Grant will all appear alongside Lee Mack in this tenth run of the show.
TV Wise also shared this synopsis for Not Going Out season 10 episode 1:
“Toby organises a sponsored parachute jump to raise money for a Children’s Ward in his hospital. Supportively, Lee, Lucy, Anna and the grandparents all agree to take part, but once airborne will everyone pluck up the courage to jump? Surely any emerging fears will be suppressed for the good of all on board, and the soon-to-be-benefiting children?”
There will be seven episodes in this tenth season of the show, and we’ll be sure to keep you posted as we hear more about the future of Not Going Out.