Waterloo Road fans have been left overjoyed as BBC recently announced all 10 seasons of the show are on BBC iPlayer.
On September 19, BBC iPlayer’s official Twitter page broke the news to fans.
You’re not the only ones going back to school this September… 👩🏫👨🏫
— BBC iPlayer (@BBCiPlayer) September 19, 2019
The tweet read: “You’re not the only ones going back to school this September…
“Every episode of Waterloo Road is now available on @BBCiPlayer.”
The news of the drama’s ‘return’ left fans overjoyed and they have been reminiscing over their favourite characters and episodes.
It's awesome that all series of #WaterlooRoad is on BBC iPlayer. Starting to rewatch it.
— Ellen Stafford (@WebkinsWorld) September 22, 2019
Watching #WaterlooRoad from the beginning. Could not be happier.
— Danielle. (@AllTimeDanni) September 22, 2019
— Neil (@Neilnio) September 22, 2019
Definitely rewatching this!
— Rhianna (@rhiannapursey) September 19, 2019
If you aren’t rewatching all 10 series of Waterloo Road since it’s been put on iPlayer then u have all your priorities wrong #WaterlooRoad
— Jordan McGuinness (@jlmc1313) September 25, 2019
Rewatching Waterloo Road on BBC iPlayer and I forgot how much I love Izzie Redpath! Never ever mess with a Geordie, and never ever EVER mess with a Geordie mam! 😂 #WaterlooRoad
— Tabitha Peverley (@TabithaPeverley) September 29, 2019
— Danny 3.0 (@DannyLew89) September 29, 2019
Binge watching #WaterlooRoad
— 𝑫𝒂𝒏𝒊𝒆𝒍𝒍𝒆💚 (@d_n_g_x) September 24, 2019
A Sunday being spent rewatching #WaterlooRoad I’m on series 2 now and I forgot how bloody good it was
— Loz ❤🐝 (@lbozza17) September 29, 2019
I honestly haven’t even opened up YouTube in the last 4 days because I’ve just been watching #WaterlooRoad all day every day
— Georgia (@GeorgiaMarie98x) September 29, 2019
Rewatching waterloo road I still can’t get over Tom Clarksons death #WaterlooRoad
— Charlotte collett (@Chaarrlotteeeyy) September 28, 2019
For anyone who doesn’t remember the show or never got a chance to watch it, Waterloo Road was a school-based drama which ran from 2006 till 2015.
The series dealt with a number of different topics including mental illness, teen pregnancy, cancer, LGBTQ+, weapon violence, gangs and grooming.
During its run the cast frequently changed, however there are a number of actors who you will recognise if you’re a soap fan.
Hollyoaks star Chelsee Healey played pupil-turned-receptionist Janeece Bryant from series one to four, then returned for series six to eight.
Chelsee’s Hollyoak’s co-star Nadine Mulkerrin, who plays her on-screen cousin Cleo, played Janeece’s friend, teen mum Billie Taylor in an episode in series six.
Emmerdale’s Adam Thomas played Donte Charles from series one to to four.
Coronation Street’s Tina O’Brien and Our Girl’s Linzey Cocker appeared as sisters Bex and Jess Fisher, daughters of head teacher Karen.
EastEnders’ Ben Mitchell actor Max Bowden starred in series 10 as Justin Fitzgerald, troubled son of headteacher Vaughn.
Other actors who appeared through the series included Britain’s Got Talent winner George Sampson as Kyle Stack, Lucien Laviscount as Jonah Kirby, Casualty‘s Rebecca Ryan as Vicki MacDonald and The Cry and Victoria star Jenna Coleman as Lindsay James.
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