The Young Offenders


Season 2, Episode 3

4.0 5 x
A trip in memory of Conor's dad and some mysterious cash cause confusion, with the interference of Billy Murphy creating a perfect storm of mayhem. Jock's sensitive side makes Siobhan think twice about her feelings for him.

Season 2, Episode 2

4.0 6 x
With the baby due soon, Conor and Jock celebrate the anniversary of them officially becoming best friends. After all, best friends only come around once in a lifetime, right? Enter Gavin Madigan, a new pupil in the school.

Season 2, Episode 1

4.0 3 x
Irresponsible friends Conor and Jock are up to their old tricks again, this time trying to outsmart the police by doing the exact opposite of what they would expect - with hilariously disastrous consequences.
Episodes 2019

Season 1, Episode 6

4.0 10 x
Conor and Jock make a plan to take a bus journey but not before Jock, posing as Fake Billy, swipes some alcopops from an off-licence and is unsuccessfully pursued by a security guard. (Final)

Season 1, Episode 5

3.0 8 x
Money is getting increasingly tight in the McSweeney household, prompting Conor and Jock to come up with inventive and unsatisfying ways of making food last longer.

Season 1, Episode 4

3.0 7 x
Conor and Mairead's much-loved fridge finally gives up on them. Remembering the item was originally bought in a town many miles away, Mairead decides to take a family trip to that same place to buy a replacement.

Season 1, Episode 3

3.0 49 x
After the disastrous encounter at the Walsh family barbecue, Conor and Jock reason that there is only one option left to get Linda and Siobhan to really fall for them - spend a whole day together on a beautiful adventure.

Season 1, Episode 2

3.0 6 x
Conor and Jock's friendships with Principal Walsh's daughters intensify, causing awkward tension between the lads, the principal, and Linda and Siobhan themselves.

Season 1, Episode 1

3.0 27 x
Friendship, loyalty, laughter and lots of mischief bring Cork inner-city teenagers and best friends Conor and Jock into conflict with their headmaster - leaving Conor's mother to pick up the pieces.