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Enterprice Series 2 Premieres Sun 8 Mar on BBC Three

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Reunited after confronting racist gentrifiers, a terrifying 12 year-old and a magic fox, series two finds Kazim and Jeremiah in the red. It’s time to start hustling.

Their delivery service Speedi-Kazz may be growing in popularity, but times are still tough – Kazim’s been kicked out of his mum’s house and Jeremiah’s savings are vanishing by the minute. Instead they’ll use their street smarts to get ahead, making deals with everyone, including dangerous market stall holders, unpredictable music producers and over-friendly CEOs.

Plus, there’s a new addition to the team – wily teenager Simi, who splits her time between doing drop-offs and revising for her GCSEs. Keep it Speedi!

Enterprice is written and created by Kayode Ewumi and is a Fudge Park Production. The producer is Phil Gilbert, the executive producer is Simon Wilson, and Gregor Sharp is the Commissioning Editor for the BBC.

Episode one
Kazim and Jeremiah are heading out on a double date – Kazim’s in love, but Jeremiah is a reluctant wingman.

After the date, events take a sinister turn – when they meet a young girl on the run from a gang, Kazim and Jeremiah’s willingness to assist leads them into territory they’ll come to regret.

Kazim is played by Kayode Ewumi and Jeremiah is played by Trieve Blackwood-Cambridge.

Episode two
One of Speedi-Kazz’s most loyal customers is a wildly successful music producer called Produ, and when he gives them the opportunity to record a track, Kazim and Jeremiah jump at the chance.

Produ is played by Kiell Smith-Bynoe, Kazim is played by Kayode Ewumi and Jeremiah is played by Trieve Blackwood-Cambridge.

Episode three
Kazim is finally moving out of Jeremiah’s flat, but where to?

Jeremiah works out his relationship with Layla, and we bump into some familiar faces.

Kazim is played by Kayode Ewumi, Jeremiah is played by Trieve Blackwood-Cambridge and Layla is played by Thea Gajic.

Episode four
Kazim’s date doesn’t go entirely to plan, while Jeremiah tries to make amends with his estranged mother.
Left alone, Simi is about to fall into a very dangerous trap.

Kazim is played by Kayode Ewumi, Jeremiah is played by Trieve Blackwood-Cambridge and Simi is played by Fatou Sohna.

Episode five
Kazim is busy looking after Jeremiah, while a life changing offer hangs over him.

But there are bigger problems for the boys – Mustafa is intent on capturing the Speedi-Kazz team. But help will come in the least expected place?

Kazim is played by Kayode Ewumi, Jeremiah is played by Trieve Blackwood-Cambridge and Mustafa is played by Dwane Walcott.

Pictured: Kazim (Trieve Blackwood-Cambridge) and Jeremiah (Kayode Ewumi)

Sunday 8 March 2020
From 6.00am
BBC THREE

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