List of Skins episodes

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The following is a list of episodes of the British teen drama Skins. For a plot summary of the episodes, visit the main article of each series.

Series overview[edit]

Series Episodes Series premiere Series finale DVD release date Discs
Region 1 Region 2
1 9 25 January 2007 22 March 2007 13 January 2009[1] 24 September 2007[2] 3
2 10 11 February 2008 14 April 2008 14 April 2009[3] 5 May 2008[4] 3
3 10 22 January 2009 26 March 2009 7 September 2010 6 April 2009[5] 3
4 8 28 January 2010 18 March 2010 11 January 2011 22 March 2010[6] 3
5 8 27 January 2011 17 March 2011 TBA 21 March 2011[7] 3
6 10 23 January 2012 26 March 2012 TBA 23 April 2012[8] 3
7 6[9] 1 July 2013 5 August 2013 TBA 12 August 2013 2

List of episodes[edit]

Series 1 (2007)[edit]

Series
number
Episode
number
Title Featured character(s) Directed by Written by UK viewers
(millions)
Original air date
1 1 "Tony" Tony Stonem Paul Gay Bryan Elsley 1.54 25 January 2007 (2007-01-25)
2 2 "Cassie" Cassie Ainsworth Paul Gay Bryan Elsley 0.977 1 February 2007 (2007-02-01)
3 3 "Jal" Jal Fazer Adam Smith Bryan Elsley 0.91 8 February 2007 (2007-02-08)
4 4 "Chris" Chris Miles Adam Smith Jack Thorne 0.709 15 February 2007 (2007-02-15)
5 5 "Sid" Sid Jenkins Minkie Spiro Jamie Brittain 0.889 22 February 2007 (2007-02-22)
6 6 "Maxxie and Anwar" Maxxie Oliver and Anwar Kharral Chris Clough Simon Amstell & Ben Schiffer 0.808 1 March 2007 (2007-03-01)
7 7 "Michelle" Michelle Richardson Minkie Spiro Bryan Elsley 0.799 8 March 2007 (2007-03-08)
8 8 "Effy" Effy Stonem Adam Smith Jack Thorne 0.756 15 March 2007 (2007-03-15)
9 9 "Everyone" Everyone Adam Smith Bryan Elsley 0.797 22 March 2007 (2007-03-22)

Series 2 (2008)[edit]

Series
number
Episode
number
Title Featured character(s) Directed by Written by UK viewers
(millions)
Original air date
1 10 "Tony and Maxxie" Tony Stonem and Maxxie Oliver Aysha Rafaele Bryan Elsley 1.06 11 February 2008 (2008-02-11)
2 11 "Sketch" Sketch Aysha Rafaele Jack Thorne 0.757 18 February 2008 (2008-02-18)
3 12 "Sid" Sid Jenkins Simon Massey Bryan Elsley 0.767 25 February 2008 (2008-02-25)
4 13 "Michelle" Michelle Richardson Simon Massey Sally Tatchell 0.742 3 March 2008 (2008-03-03)
5 14 "Chris" Chris Miles Harry Enfield Ben Schiffer 0.709 10 March 2008 (2008-03-10)
6 15 "Tony" Tony Stonem Harry Enfield Jamie Brittain 0.751 17 March 2008 (2008-03-17)
7 16 "Effy" Effy Stonem Simon Massey Lucy Kirkwood 0.686 24 March 2008 (2008-03-24)
8 17 "Jal" Jal Fazer Simon Massey Daniel Kaluuya 0.686 31 March 2008 (2008-03-31)
9 18 "Cassie" Cassie Ainsworth Charles Martin Bryan Elsley 0.766 7 April 2008 (2008-04-07)
10 19 "Final Goodbyes" Everyone Charles Martin Jack Thorne 0.766 14 April 2008 (2008-04-14)

Series 3 (2009)[edit]

Series
number
Episode
number
Title Featured character(s) Directed by Written by UK viewers
(millions)
Original air date
1 20 "Everyone" Everyone Charles Martin Bryan Elsley 0.877 22 January 2009 (2009-01-22)
2 21 "Cook" James Cook Simon Massey Jamie Brittain 0.916 29 January 2009 (2009-01-29)
3 22 "Thomas" Thomas Tomone Simon Massey Daniel Kaluuya & Bryan Elsley 0.857 5 February 2009 (2009-02-05)
4 23 "Pandora" Pandora Moon Simon Massey Georgia Lester & Bryan Elsley 0.915 12 February 2009 (2009-02-12)
5 24 "Freddie" Freddie McClair Charles Martin Ben Schiffer 0.913 19 February 2009 (2009-02-19)
6 25 "Naomi" Naomi Campbell Simon Massey Atiha Sen Gupta & Jack Thorne 0.957 26 February 2009 (2009-02-26)
7 26 "JJ" Jonah Jeremiah "JJ" Jones Charles Martin Bryan Elsley 0.997 5 March 2009 (2009-03-05)
8 27 "Effy" Effy Stonem Charles Martin Lucy Kirkwood 0.864 12 March 2009 (2009-03-12)
9 28 "Katie and Emily" Katie and Emily Fitch Charles Martin Malcolm Campbell & Bryan Elsley 0.957 19 March 2009 (2009-03-19)
10 29 "Finale" Effy Stonem, James Cook and Freddie Mclair Simon Massey Ben Schiffer 0.972 26 March 2009 (2009-03-26)

Series 4 (2010)[edit]

Series
number
Episode
number
Title Featured character(s) Directed by Written by UK viewers
(millions)
Original air date
1 30 "Thomas" Thomas Tomone Neil Biswas Jamie Brittain 1.24 28 January 2010 (2010-01-28)
2 31 "Emily" Emily Fitch Philippa Langdale Ed Hime 1.02 4 February 2010 (2010-02-04)
3 32 "Cook" James Cook Philippa Langdale Ben Schiffer 0.954 11 February 2010 (2010-02-11)
4 33 "Katie" Katie Fitch Neil Biswas Georgia Lester 0.996 18 February 2010 (2010-02-18)
5 34 "Freddie" Freddie McClair Esther May Campbell Sean Buckley 0.941 25 February 2010 (2010-02-25)
6 35 "JJ" Jonah Jeremiah "JJ" Jones Esther May Campbell Lucy Kirkwood 0.885 4 March 2010 (2010-03-04)
7 36 "Effy" Effy Stonem Daniel O' Hara Jamie Brittain 0.863 11 March 2010 (2010-03-11)
8 37 "Everyone" Everyone Daniel O' Hara Bryan Elsley 0.902 18 March 2010 (2010-03-18)

Series 5 (2011)[edit]

Series
number
Episode
number
Title Featured character(s) Directed by Written by UK viewers
(millions)
Original air date
1 38 "Franky" Franky Fitzgerald Amanda Boyle Sean Buckley 1.03 27 January 2011 (2011-01-27)
2 39 "Rich" Rich Hardbeck Philippa Langdale Jamie Brittain 0.72 3 February 2011 (2011-02-03)
3 40 "Mini" Mini McGuinness Philippa Langdale Georgia Lester 0.741 10 February 2011 (2011-02-10)
4 41 "Liv" Liv Malone Amanda Boyle Ed Hime 0.661 17 February 2011 (2011-02-17)
5 42 "Nick" Nick Levan Jack Clough Geoff Bussetil 0.574 24 February 2011 (2011-02-24)
6 43 "Alo" Alo Creevey Jack Clough Daniel Lovett 0.588 3 March 2011 (2011-03-03)
7 44 "Grace" Grace Blood Dominic Leclerc Jamie Brittain 0.486 10 March 2011 (2011-03-10)
8 45 "Everyone" Everyone Dominic Leclerc Sean Buckley 0.494 17 March 2011 (2011-03-17)

Series 6 (2012)[edit]

Series
number
Episode
number
Title Featured character(s) Directed by Written by UK viewers
(millions)
Original air date
1 46 "Everyone" Everyone Jack Clough Bryan Elsley 1.032[10] 23 January 2012 (2012-01-23)
2 47 "Rich" Rich Hardbeck Sam Donovan Daniel Lovett 0.655[10] 30 January 2012 (2012-01-30)
3 48 "Alex" Alex Henley Sam Donovan Jack Lothian 0.720[10] 7 February 2012 (2012-02-07)
4 49 "Franky" Franky Fitzgerald Ian Barnes Sean Buckley 0.741[10] 13 February 2012 (2012-02-13)
5 50 "Mini" Mini McGuinness Ian Barnes Jess Brittain 0.661[10] 20 February 2012 (2012-02-20)
6 51 "Nick" Nick Levan Jack Clough Geoff Bussetil 0.574[10] 27 February 2012 (2012-02-27)
7 52 "Alo" Alo Creevey[11] Benjamin Caron Laura Hunter 0.588[10] 5 March 2012 (2012-03-05)
8 53 "Liv" Liv Malone Benjamin Caron Ben Bond & Bryan Elsley 0.486[10] 12 March 2012 (2012-03-12)
9 54 "Mini and Franky" Mini McGuinness and Franky Fitzgerald Ian Barnes Jess Brittain 0.494[10] 19 March 2012 (2012-03-19)
10 55 "Finale" Everyone Benjamin Caron Georgia Lester 0.574[10] 26 March 2012 (2012-03-26)

Series 7 (2013)[edit]

On 8 March 2012, Channel 4 confirmed that Skins will come to an end after a seventh series, featuring characters from the first and second generations as they announced that the third generation would not be involved in the seventh series in a six-episode series, with Channel 4 promising "a celebration of this truly iconic series".[12] On 19 March 2013, Channel 4 announced that the final series will air in July.[13] On 19 June, it's was announced that Skins Fire will start off the finale series on 1 July.[14]

Jamie Brittain, who had quit the show after series 5, has returned as part of the writing staff. Jamie Brittain revealed via Twitter that filming will begin in late October.[15]

E4 and Company Pictures announce the return of its multi-award winning teen drama Skins for a new series. Series seven will mark a departure in style with former stars Hannah Murray, Jack O'Connell and Kaya Scodelario returning to the roles which shaped their careers in three individual stories, each one broadcast in two, one hour parts.

The three stories will have distinct titles: 'Skins Pure' (featuring Cassie), 'Skins Rise' (featuring Cook) and 'Skins Fire' (featuring Effy). Lily Loveless (Naomi) and Kat Prescott (Emily) will also appear in guest roles. Each two-part episode centres on the characters now in their early twenties.

Skins co-creator Bryan Elsley said: “The three will play their iconic characters as they emerge into adulthood, and bring new challenging stories of young adults, grappling with life in Cameron’s Britain, to vivid and entertaining focus.” C4 commissioning editor Sophie Gardiner added: “Skins is a show that defined a generation. That generation is growing up.” C4 have announced Skins will bow out after the seventh series, to be aired next spring. But an insider held out hope the show could still return elsewhere. The source said: “If it does well it might come back, maybe not on E4 but on some other platform.” [16] The series began on 1 July, 2013.

Series
number
Episode
number
Title Featured character(s) Directed by Written by UK viewers
(millions)
Original air date
1 56 "Fire (Part 1)" Effy Stonem Charles Martin Jess Brittain 0.783 July 1, 2013 (2013-07-01)

Effy - now aged 21, is working a dead-end job as a receptionist for a leading London hedge fund and lives in a flat in Canary Wharf with Naomi Campbell, who is an aspiring stand-up comedienne, while Emily is currently in New York on a lucrative internship. Fed up with her mundane life, Effy approaches a friend, Dominic (Craig Roberts), who works as a researcher for leading companies, and who has a crush on her. Dominic teaches her the skills of the trade, and she is able to clinch a deal in the place of her superior, Victoria (Lara Pulver), who is enraged. Impressed by her performance, her boss, Jake (Kayvan Novak) offers her a job on the trade floor. Effy persuades Dominic to illegally give her some useful financial information about a troubled deal, with which she makes her company over a million pounds. At home, Effy continues to be frustrated by Naomi's slacking, and sits through a failed performance of hers. Naomi, however, has received some devastating news - that she is suffering from cancer.

Note: Also featuring Amy Wren.[17] 
2 57 "Fire (Part 2)" Effy Stonem Charles Martin Jess Brittain 0.446 July 8, 2013 (2013-07-08)

A few months have passed since Part One. Effy is in a fully-fledged relationship with her wealthy boss Jake and, despite her illness, Naomi is becoming a successful and popular stand-up comedian, though she still can't afford rent. Effy still has regular cigarette breaks with Dom, who declares his undying love for her but forcefully requests that she stay away from him. Effy knows how to deal with this as she has been in this situation before. However things start to take a turn for the worse with the FSA (Financial Services Authority) dig up clear evidence that Effy has been insider trading and have requested a meeting. She goes to Jake for help, who insists that she deny everything, as they are both involved. The strain on Effy's life becomes more intense when Naomi's doctor tells her that her radiotherapy is unresponsive and she must start chemotherapy immediately. As the cold winter comes, Naomi's illness worsens and Effy's legal situation becomes more severe. After meeting with Victoria who, despite convincing her to write a statement declaring Jake's involvement, tells Effy that she will indeed go to jail, she discovers Dom's precarious situation too. He storms up to her flat, screaming at her for ruining his life. When her verbal consolations and pleas for forgiveness fall on deaf ears, she kisses him. The two then begin to initiate sex, only for Dominic to flee, apologizing, when Effy suddenly appears unwilling. Emily returns from New York, furious at Effy for having all the time with Naomi, and at Naomi for hiding her illness from her. After learning that Naomi is dying, Emily forgives Effy and embraces her girlfriend once more. Effy then signs a statement which exposes the truth about the insider training, including Jake's name. Her story closes with the foreboding certainty that she will receive a prison sentence. However, in the final frame, in the back of a police car, Effy gives a small smile. This is a sign of resilience; the audience is given some hope that, ultimately, she will be fine.

Note: Also featuring Kat Prescott, Lara Pulver,[18] Craig Roberts[19] and Amy Wren.[17] Final appearances of Effy, Naomi, and Emily. 
3 58 "Pure (Part 1)" Cassie Ainsworth Paul Gay Bryan Elsley N/A July 15, 2013 (2013-07-15)
Cassie attempts to make sense of her life by spending time alone in London, but she soon realises someone is following her. Suddenly a strange friendship blossoms out of mutual loneliness, but she is unsure the new relationship can survive in the real world. 
4 59 "Pure (Part 2)" Cassie Ainsworth Paul Gay Bryan Elsley N/A July 22, 2013 (2013-07-22)

Cassie's strange new relationship is tested to its limits in the concluding part of Skins: Pure

Note: Final appearance of Cassie. 
5 60 "Rise (Part 1)" James Cook Jack Clough Jamie Brittain N/A July 29, 2013 (2013-07-29)

Cook has a job delivering drugs to Manchester Revellers. When he is asked to help his employer's girlfriend find a house and finds that he is irresistibly attracted to her, he sets off a chain of events which will lead him into a world of savage revenge and a confrontation with his own teenage past.

Note: Also featuring Liam Boyle, Lucien Laviscount.[17] 
6 61 "Rise (Part 2)" James Cook Jack Clough Jamie Brittain N/A August 5, 2013 (2013-08-05)

In the final part of Rise, Cook's dalliance with his employer's girlfriend has devastating consequences.

Note: Also featuring Liam Boyle and Lucien Laviscount. Final appearance of Cook.[17] 

Character Video Diaries[edit]

Series 1 (Generation 1)[edit]

Also to accompany the series, online video diaries were created for the following characters.

# Title
1 "Jal's Video Diary"

Jal wants to show off her horny chihuahua

2 "Chris's Video Diary"

Can Chris wear 72 socks?

3 "Abigail's Video Diary"

Abigail hopes the people of 2107 are jolly well.

4 "Effy's Video Diary"

It's dark in Tony's sister's head. Very dark.

5 "Maxxie's Video Diary"

Maxxie has heard a lot about this interweb thing, and has something very exciting to show you lucky people.

6 "Michelle's Video Diary"

Michelle explains all about clothes for every occasion.

7 "Posh Kenneth's Video Diary"

"I hope you're getting on awfully well. We do not speak of grandmother's bunions."

8 "Tony's Video Diary"

Tony takes you on a tour of Bristol.

9 "Sid's Video Diary"

Sid heads into final battle with the Danish warlord Wallothet.

10 "Anwar's Video Diary"

It's not just about the fresh clothes and loads of money.

11 "Cassie's Video Diary"

Cassie's therapy video. She likes things that she likes, but she loves everything.

Series 3 (Generation 2)[edit]

The character video diaries functionally replaced Unseen Skins for the third series. A new diary was posted on the E4 website following the broadcast of each episode, and the diary often pertained to the events of that episode.

# Title Main episode
1 "JJ's Video Diary" "Everyone"

JJ hits the streets of Bristol and posts his 'magic' diary on rateyourmagic. He wants to improve his magician skills.

2 "Naomi's Video Diary" "Cook"

Naomi is hungover and she still made it to the student rally.

3 "Pandora's Video Diary" "Thomas"

Using Effy's webcam, Pandora sends Thomas a message.

4 "Freddie's Video Diary" "Pandora"

Freddie decides to hijack his sister's Sexxbomb audition tape, with consequences he probably wasn't expecting.

5 "Karen's Video Diary" "Freddie"

Karen's audition for Search for a Sexxbomb.

6 "Cook's Video Diary" "Naomi"

Cook stars in his very own campaign video whilst eating a sandwich, smearing his opponent Naomi Campbell and making some bold claims.

7 "Katie's Video Diary" "JJ"

Katie sends a message to her footballer boyfriend, Danny Guillermo: she's dumping him, but keeping his gifts.

8 "Emily's Video Diary" "Effy"

Emily has a project: getting her neighbours to get it on.

9 "Effy's Video Diary" "Katie and Emily"

Effy sends out messages during a stop in her road trip with Cook via webcam to her brother and mum.

10 "Thomas's Video Diary" "Finale"

Thomas sends his friend Moses (in the Congo) a message about the British people and their wonderful, weird ways. And a song?

The Lost Weeks[edit]

To explain what had happened to each character between series 1 and 2, a series of videos called "The Lost Weeks" were aired exclusively on E4.com. The episodes are as follows:

# Title
1 "Effy's Video Diary"

Tony's sister recorded this in his room when he was in a coma.

2 "Skins Christmas Special"

Seasonal greetings from the Skins gang.

3 "Michelle's Video Diary"

"Black is such a slimming colour."

4 "Sid's Message to Tony"

A very special message from Sid to Tony.

5 "Cassie Hearts Sid"

Cassie posts Sid a message from Scotland.

6 "Posh Kenneth Has a Secret"

"Kenneth has an ode for Jal."

7 "Sid's Bedside Vigil"

Sid visits his best mate Tony.

8 "Anwar's Video Diary"

Anwar's in love. His video diary boldly goes into detail.

9 "Chris' Message to Angie"

Chris wants to show how much he misses Angie, and cares for the Data Protection Act.

10 "Messages to Tony"

Sid had a plan to reach Tony.

It should be noted that although several of these videos bear the same name as a character video diary they are two separate videos. [20]

Television ratings[edit]

All ratings are official ratings taken from BARB's database, unless otherwise stated.[21]

Series 1: 2007[edit]

Episode Viewers (E4 only) Rank (E4 only)
Tony 1,540,000 #1
Cassie 977,000 #1
Jal 910,000 #2
Chris 709,000 #4
Sid 889,000 #2
Maxxie and Anwar 808,000 #2
Michelle 799,000 #1
Effy 988,000 #1
Everyone 797,000 #1

Series 1 ratings do not include viewers watching on E4 +1, as the +1 ratings are unavailable on the BARB website. E4 +1 viewings typically add 200,000–300,000 viewers per episode.

Series 2: 2008[edit]

Episode Viewers Rank
E4 E4 +1 Total E4 E4 +1
Tony and Maxxie 1,061,000 251,000 1,312,000 #1 #3
Sketch 757,000 757,000 #5
Sid 767,000 767,000 #2
Michelle 742,000 742,000 #2
Chris 709,000 278,000 987,000 #6 #3
Tony 751,000 751,000 #4
Effy 686,000 686,000 #7
Jal 686,000 686,000 #5
Cassie 766,000 231,000 997,000 #1 #6
Everyone 853,000 242,000 1,095,000 #1 #3

Some ratings for +1 are missing as they were not in the top 10 rated E4 +1 programmes for that week. Viewers on +1 typically add 200,000–300,000 to the rating.

Series 3: 2009[edit]

Episode Viewers Rank
E4 E4 +1 Total E4 E4 +1
Everyone 877,000 262,000 1,139,000 #1 #1
Cook 916,000 916,000 #1
Thomas 857,000 268,000 1,125,000 #1 #1
Pandora 915,000 215,000 1,130,000 #1 #8
Freddie 913,000 326,000 1,241,000 #2 #1
Naomi 957,000 957,000 #1
JJ 997,000 325,000 1,322,000 #1 #3
Effy 864,000 274,000 1,138,000 #2 #1
Katie and Emily 957,000 320,000 1,277,000 #1 #1
Finale 972,000 257,000 1,229,000 #1 #3

Some ratings for +1 are missing as they were not in the top 10 rated E4 +1 programmes for that week. Viewers on +1 typically add 200,000–300,000 to the rating.

Series 4: 2010[edit]

Episode Viewers [21] Rank
E4 E4 +1 Total E4 E4 +1
Thomas 1,246,000 229,000 1,475,000 #2 #5
Emily 1,025,000 120,000[22][A] 1,145,000 #2
Cook 954,000 295,000 1,249,000 #3 #3
Katie 996,000 251,000 1,247,000 #2 #5
Freddie 941,000 252,000 1,193,000 #3 #2
JJ 885,000 265,000 1,150,000 #3 #2
Effy 863,000 189,000 1,052,000 #3 #6
Everyone 902,000 224,000 1,126,000 #3 #8

Series 5: 2011[edit]

Episode Viewers [21] [A] Rank
E4 E4 +1 Total E4 E4 +1
Franky 1,032,000 113,000[23][A] 1,145,000 #2  –
Rich 720,000 138,000[24][A] 858,000 #2
Mini 741,000 136,000[25][A] 877,000 #2
Liv 661,000 132,000[26][A] 793,000 #2
Nick 574,000 199,000 773,000 #5 #7
Alo 588,000 109,000[27][A] 697,000 #3
Grace 486,000 110,000[28][A] 596,000 #4
Everyone 494,000 136,000 [29][A] 630,000 #3

Series 6: 2012[edit]

Episode Viewers [21] [A] Rank
E4 E4 +1 Total E4 E4 +1
Everyone 751,000 65,000 [30][A] 816,000 #3
Rich 655,000 655,000 #7
Alex 733,000 733,000 #5
Franky 595,000 - 595,000
Mini 589,000 100,000 [31][A] 689,000 #9
Nick 679,000 47,000 [32][A] 726,000 #5
Alo 610,000 67,000 [33][A] 677,000 #8
Liv 646,000 99,000 [34][A] 745,000 #10
Mini and Franky 658,000 146,000 [35][A] 794,000 #8
Finale 498,000 82,000 [36][A] 580,000 #10

Some ratings for +1 are missing as they were not in the top 10 rated E4 +1 programmes for that week. Viewers on +1 typically add 100,000–150,000 to the rating.

* A^ Unofficial overnight rating.
The official E4 +1 rating for this episode is missing as it was not in the top 10 rated E4 +1 programmes for that week. Instead it has been replaced with unofficial overnight rating.

Series 7: 2013[edit]

Episode Viewers [21] [A] Rank
E4 E4 +1 Total E4 E4 +1
Fire (Part 1) 872,000 115,000[37][A] 987,000 #3
Fire (Part 2) 706,000 154,000[38][A] 860,000 #8
Pure (Part 1) 499,000 499,000 #8
Pure (Part 2) 530,000 144,000[39][A] 670,000 #9
Rise (Part 1) 547,000 145,000[40][A] 692,000 #5
Rise (Part 2) 590,000 - 590,000 #6

Some ratings for +1 are missing as they were not in the top 10 rated E4 +1 programmes for that week. Viewers on +1 typically add 100,000–150,000 to the rating.

* A^ Unofficial overnight rating.
The official E4 +1 rating for this episode is missing as it was not in the top 10 rated E4 +1 programmes for that week. Instead it has been replaced with unofficial overnight rating.

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