Wed. Feb 28th, 2024

Prime Boy has formally come to an finish after 5 seasons.

Created and written by Ronan Bennett, the crime drama follows drug sellers Dushane (Ashley Walters) and Sully (Kane ‘Kano’ Robinson) on the fictional Summerhouse property in Hackney, London.

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The present initially spanned two seasons on Channel 4 earlier than it was dropped in 2013. Prime Boy was subsequently revived by Netflix (with assist from Drake) in 2019, with the fifth and remaining season being the third produced by the streaming service.

Different returning forged members for the fifth season embody Little Simz as Dushane’s companion Shelley, Jasmine Jobson as Jaq and Lisa Dwan as Lizzie. New additions embody Barry Keoghan and Brian Gleeson.

The place is Aaron within the remaining season of Prime Boy?

Hope Ikpoku Jnr performs Aaron in ‘Prime Boy’. CREDIT: David M. Benett/Dave Benett/WireImage

Aaron (Hope Ikpoku Jnr), who’s Stef’s (Araloyin Oshunremi) older brother and Jamie’s (Micheal Ward) youthful brother, is absent within the remaining season of Prime Boy.

The character’s whereabouts, nevertheless, are referred to throughout an change between Stef and Erin’s mom Mandy (MC NoLay) within the first episode of season 5.

As Mandy speaks along with her daughter Erin (Savanah Graham) concerning the immigration points with Kieron Walker-Smith (Joshua Blisset), she beckons Stef over to ask about his brother.

“How’s Aaron? I heard he was working up in Leeds,” Mandy asks Stef, to which he replies: “Yeah he’s good, he’s doing advertising and marketing.”

That is the one clarification of Aaron’s whereabouts within the remaining season, as Stef lives in a care dwelling following the loss of life of their older brother Jamie.

It’s unclear whether or not the character was deliberately written out of the ultimate season or whether or not it was a scheduling situation. In keeping with IMDb. Hope Ikpoku Jnr has two upcoming tasks within the works, together with Daniel Kaluuya’s upcoming sci-fi movie The Kitchen.

In a five-star overview of the ultimate season, NME wrote: “There are thrives of nostalgia too, however creator Ronan Bennett is extra taken with driving every part in direction of a satisfying conclusion than getting misplaced in legacy. A current trailer promised ‘no unfastened ends’ and regardless of the sprawling, messy world he’s constructed over greater than a decade, Bennett pulls it off fantastically.”

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