E4 has released a set of videos counting down the five best ever episodes of Misfits.
Jason Donnelly has described his nude scene in tomorrow night's Atlantis episode as "the weirdest acting I’ve done".
It's fascinating to see how a show treats its final ever episode. Some revel in nostalgia. Some look to the future. Some go big before they go home, while others try for a more intimate personal story to wrap things up.
In its final hour Misfits manages to tick almost off all of the above by reciting its greatest hits – time travel, violence, moving deaths, and enough crudity to fill a septic tank.
The final series of Misfits concludes next week and the gang discover that their community service is over.
Misfits actor Matt Stokoe has revealed that the show's final episode is "bigger than anybody could anticipate".
Misfits returns to E4 this autumn for a final series of eight new episodes.
So far this series we've held off giving any episode of Misfits the full 5 stars. Partly because none of them have been perfect. Partly because we knew deep down in our tummyguts that there'd come an episode that would nudge just a head above the rest to truly deserve them. And guess what? Our tummyguts were right.
The final series of Misfits continues and, as the first anniversary of the storm approaches, Rudy's alter ego and Abby arrange a celebratory party at the community centre.
When Misfits ends two weeks from now, we'll all likely have to go sit in a quiet room with a joke book, a rubber chicken, and a Morecambe & Wise VHS, in order to recalibrate our sense of humour. Because over the past five years Misfits has been dragging our idea of what's funny steadily off course - like a magnet fucking a compass – to the point where taste and decency have fallen off the map.
The final series of Misfits continues and, as part of their community service, the gang have to look after a group of terminally ill patients.