The Trip Is Returning For A Third Series

And this time they're heading to Spain

Great news for fans of food, celebrity impressions and mid life ennui – The Trip is returning for a third series.

The award-winning Steve Coogan / Rob Brydon double act – directed again by Michael Winterbottom – will seem them embark on a culinary tour of Spain this time (specifically: Cantabria, the Basque region, Aragon, Rioja, Castile-La Mancha and Andalusia).

Coogan said: "Having thought long and hard about yet another sojourn into culinary distractions and middle age, I have reluctantly agreed to Eviva Espana.

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"I have a hole in my diary, there will be free food and accommodation and Rob Brydon is surprisingly good company. I also like Michael."

The bad news? Series three will be shown on Sky Atlantic rather than BBC 2, meaning not everyone will be able to catch it first time.

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