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Meet Jamie, 16, and Laura, 18. They are two teenagers who after one too many drinks, some deceptive party lighting and an available bedroom find they have one very big complication on their hands. Laura is pregnant. Only problem is, she's meant to be heading off to university and Jamie is way too young to be considering raising a kid - prior to this, the extent of his responsibilities was doing his homework and managing his pocket money. Pramface brings humour and heart to a tricky subject, as it follows these two unexpected parents-to-be as they try, and frequently fail, to negotiate family, sex and what happens once nine months is up...

Customer Reviews


This is funny and heartwarming definetley my Thursday night delight

Close, but no cigar

This programme is a mixture of recent offerings such as The Inbetweeners & American Pie.

Whilst some of the jokes are recycled, there is enough here to keep you laughing.

This is BBC3's supposed next big thing and whilst it is good it is by no means excellent. Its not original enough for that. The premise itself has been used time and time again. One reviewer commented that the age difference of 2 years wasnt enough. I'm inclined to agree. The comedic awkwardness of the situation would have been greatly enhanced had she been 28 or even 38.

If you are after original comedy, may I suggest you check out another BBC3 offering 'How Not To LIve Your Life'. A vastly underated programme.


Soundtrack album needed
wicked music throughout

Pramface, Series 1
View in iTunes £7.99
  • SD Version
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Released: 23 February 2012

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