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Jamie Johnson (TV Series)

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Jamie Johnson
GenreChildren's drama
Family sitcom
Created bySam Talbot
Joe Talbot
StarringLouis Dunn
Lenna G. Williams
Jonnie Kimmins
Patrick Ward
Millie Gibson
Ellie Daley
Emma Stansfield
Tim Dantay
Brian Bovell
Lucy Speed
Country of originUnited Kingdom
No. of series3
No. of episodes21 (list of episodes)
Production
Executive producer(s)Amy Buscombe
Sue Nott
Sam Talbot
Running time30-32 minutes
Release
Original networkCBBC (2016–present)
CBBC HD (2016–present)
Original release8 June 2016–present
External links
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Jamie Johnson is a British football drama[1], which premiered on 8 June 2016 with three episodes in it's first season. The second series debuted on 3 July 2017 increasing the episodes to eight. The third series was shown on 5 April 2018 this time with ten episodes, ending on 7 June 2018.

Background[edit]

Colliding with UEFA Euro 2016 the show was announced as a boy who is an aspiring footballer, with appearances from the Premier League top players including Harry Kane, Luis Suárez and Marcus Rashford with managers Jürgen Klopp and Rudd Gillit. The show is based on the books by author Dan Freedman.

Synopsis[edit]

Series 1 (2016)[edit]

The first series shows a boy called Jamie Johnson who is gifted with the art of football, his parents have recently split up which forces him to relocate schools and his home and starting at Kingsmount School. He befriends Jack who wants girls to be able to play with the boys while Boggie a geeky kid, has his eyes on being the mascot for the school team.

Series 2 (2017)[edit]

Continuing right from the end of the first series, Johnson has his sights on playing at an academy to further his ambitions of being a professional footballer, while friend Jack is determined to play as an outfield player. Jamie's Dad appears for the first time after splitting up with his mother and is homeless. Johnson balances all things to make it to the big time.

Series 3 (2018)[edit]

The third series picks off with Johnson getting the chance to play at Foxborough a footballing academy, while Kingsmount is forced to merge with another school citing budget issues for the school's football team and is folded henceforth. Jack determined to keep her dreams alive of being a footballer, sets her own team Phoenix up with Boggie and his girlfriend Nancy. Johnson pondering whether Foxborough is for him or new team Phoenix spirals from a good personality to a rather unsupporting one.

Series 4 (2019)[edit]

The twitter page of the show has announced that a fourth series has been commissioned due to air in 2019.[2]

Cast[edit]

Main characters[edit]

Character Actor/actress Duration Year(s)
Jamie Johnson Louis Dunn 1x01- 2016-
Boggy Jonnie Kimmins 1x01- 2016-
Dillion Patrick Ward 1x01- 2016-
Indira Millie Gibson 1x01- 2016-
Nancy Ellie Daley 1x01- 2016-
Zoe Maddie Murchinson 1x01- 2016-
Karen Johnson Emma Stansfield 1x01- 2016-
Mike Johnson Tim Dantay 1x01- 2016-
Mr Hansard Brian Bovell 1x01- 2016-
Ms R Savage Lucy Speed 1x01- 2016-
Jethro Miles Wallace 2x04- 2017-
Wozza Jermaine Johnson 3x01- 2018-

Recurring and guest characters[edit]

Character Actor/actress Duration Year(s)
As Himself Gary Lineker 1x02, 1x03 2016
As Himself Ruud Gullit 1x02 2016
As Himself Harry Kane 2x01 2017
As Himself Steven Gerrard 2x01 2017
As Himself John Stones 2x07 2017-
As Himself Jürgen Klopp 3x01 2018
As Himself Alan Shearer 3x04 2018
As Herself Steph Houghton 3x05 2018
As Hismelf Matt Baker 3x05 2018
As Herself Alex Jones 3x05 2018
Ms Bedford Kirsty Smedley 3x05- 2018-
As Herself Jordan Nobbs 3x07 2018
As Herself Fran Kirby 3x07 2018
As Himself Marcus Rashford 3x10 2018
As Himself Raheem Sterling 3x09 2018

Past characters[edit]

Character Actor/actress Duration Year(s)
Harry Hansard Theo Chapman 1x01-2x08 2016-2017
Jack Marshall Lenna Gunning-Williams 1x01-3x10 2016-2018
Pete Marshall Andre Squire 1x01-3x10 2016-2018
Foxborough Coach Matt Kennard 3x01-3x10 2018

Production[edit]

The show was filmed in Nottingham at various locations including Meadow Lane the home of Notts County F.C. and St. Ann's allotments.[3]

References[edit]

External links[edit]


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