Series 7 of Skins marks 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 broadcast in two, one hour parts.
Kaya Scodelario) has a dead end job as a receptionist for a
leading London Hedge Fund. But as she stumbles across crucial financial
information relating to a troubled deal and embarks on an affair with
her wealthy boss, she finds out that she has bitten off more than she
can chew. Her flatmate Naomi (Lily Loveless) tries to stop Effy from
ruining her life, but Effy cannot be reached; until tragedy strikes.
Skins Fire is written by Jess Brittain, directed by Charles Martin and stars Kaya Scodelario, Lily Loveless, Kayvan Novak, Craig Roberts, Lara Pulver and Kathryn Prescott.
Hannah Murray) is adrift, alone and invisible in London,
trying to make sense of her life. Slowly she realises that someone is
following her. Cassie turns towards the unknown. A strange and poignant
friendship is carved out of mutual loneliness, but can it survive
exposure to the real world?
Skins Pure is written by Bryan Elsley, directed by Paul Gay, and stars Hannah Murray, Charlene McKenna, Olly Alexander, Daniel Ben Zenou, Bobby Pearse, Red Madrell and Neil Morrissey.
Jack O'Connell) 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
train of events which will lead him into a world of savage revenge and a
confrontation with his own violent past.
Skins Rise is written by Jamie Brittain, directed by Jack Clough and stars Jack O’Connell, Liam Boyle, Esther Smith, Hannah Britland, Jamie Michie and Lucien Laviscount.
Skins Series 7 will screen on E4 in July 2013, dates to be announced.