We all know that E4 is one of the best when it comes to bringing audiences original comedy and it looks like they are about to delight fans once again with brand new series Dead Pixels.

Surrounding a group of gamers, this brand new comedy is set to be hilarious and it starts very soon!

Find out everything you need to know about the cast, plot and where to watch below.

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Who are the cast of Dead Pixels?

The cast of E4’s Dead Pixels has some pretty recognisable faces including Will Merrick who plays Nicky and David Mumeni who plays Russel.

Between them, they have appeared in huge shows including Skins, Poldark and Fearless as well as The Inbetweeners Movie and About Time!

However, the biggest star has to be the main character Meg played by actress Alexa Davies, who as well as appearing smash comedy Cuckoo also had a huge role as Young Rosie alongside Meryl Streep and Colin Firth in Mamma Mia Here We Go Again!

What is it about?

Dead Pixels is about three friends; Meg, Nicky and Usman who play a popular fantasy game online called Kingdom Scrolls.

Set in a mystical world of wizards and orcs the trio are pretty deep in the game, meaning sometimes they let ruling the castle become more important than showering, eating or sleeping.

Dead Pixels is a total mix of live action and animated gameplay, switching between real life and the characters lives in the online game.

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When is Dead Pixels on TV?

Dead Pixels begins on Thursday, March 28th 2019.

The episode will air at 9.30pm on E4.

The first series is made up of six episodes.

Can I watch Dead Pixels online?

As a brand new series, Dead Pixels is not yet available to watch online.

However, as an E4 show, the comedy is likely to be uploaded to Channel 4’s online platform 4od.

We expect each episode will be uploaded following it being shown on TV, meaning episode 1 of Dead Pixels should be available to watch on Thursday, March 28th.

 

DEAD PIXELS BEGINS THURSDAY 28TH MARCH ON E4 AT 9.30PM

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