Ralf Little and Will Mellor discuss ‘Two Pints’ anniversary
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Death In Paradise star Ralf Little took to Twitter last night to share an update with fans. The 41-year-old, who shot to fame in BBC sitcom The Royle Family and then went on to star in Two Pints Of Lager and A Packet of Crisps for six seasons, has teased some big news as the latter programme celebrates it’s 20th anniversary.
Ralf and his former co-star Will Mellor recently reunited to make a podcast together – Two Pints With Will & Ralph.
Yesterday, the TV star teased some “BIIIG bits of news,” ahead of the fifth instalment of their show.
“A special pod for ep 5, some BIIIG bits of news! #TwoPintsIsTwenty,” he wrote online, in view of his 259,900 followers.
He returned to the site shortly after with an update.
“Well look at this… Two Pints celebrates its 20th anniversary this Friday and @Mellor76 and I hint at some big news… but then @nicksons the creator/writer/genius behind the whole show tweets this…!
“What could this mean….?
“Keep your eyes peeled! #TwoPintsIsTwenty,”
His post included a screen grab of Susan Nickson’s message, which was simply a shark emoji.
Many took to the comments section of the post to share their thoughts on the matter.
“That appears to be a shark, Jonny was killed by a shark! Or was he… JOHNNY IS ALIVE????” one social media user excitedly suggested.
“Please say it is coming back!” another added.
“Reunion, with the ladies? @Sheridansmith1 #nataliecasey #kathryndrysdale,” a third remarked, while a fourth wrote: “Don’t get my hopes up man, one of my favourite comedies.”
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Ralf played Jonny Keogh in the coming of age series, which first aired on February 26, 2001.
Will, 44, played Jonny’s best mate Gaz Wilkinson.
The show also featured Sheridan Smith, star of a number of TV shows and West End musicals, as his girlfriend, and then wife, Janet.
Natalie Casey and Kathryn Drysdale played Janet’s friends Donna and Louise.
Ralf’s character died in the 7th series after he won a competition to go shark-jumping in Hawaii.
The show continued for three more seasons until 2011.
However, Sheridan, who is currently presenting TV show Pooch Perfect, left in series eight, as did Kathryn, star of Netflix smash hit show Bridgerton.
On their podcast, the Ralf and Will did not reveal the news but said there would be something special happening this weekend.
“We are raising a glass to 20 years of Two Pints this week and we’re going to do something for you, so hopefully you’ll like it.
“Watch this space you’ll see it this weekend,” Will told listeners.
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