Oi, you can Adam and Eve you'll be seeing much more of the Snatch TV series.
The spinoff of Guy Ritchie's cult classic drama is chiefly responsible for transforming Harry Potter's plucky best pal Ron Weasley into a hardened criminal - and he's got more trouble to cause yet.
US streaming network Crackle has picked up a second series of the TV spinoff, which sends Potter star Rupert Grint with The Musketeers' Luke Pasqualino on the heist of their lives.
"Rupert, Luke and the rest of the cast have created memorable characters who truly resonated with our viewers," Crackle's general manager Eric Berger announced. "We look forward to following their adventures in season two of Snatch."
Grint and Pasqualino star in Snatch as two cockney hustlers who make a series of increasingly terrible decisions when they stumble on an unguarded truck filled with gold bullion.
The two and their amateur boxer pal (Lucien Laviscount) abscond with the gold, and quickly find themselves in the crosshairs of a local mob boss (Ed Westwick) and a crazed hood (Leon Annor).
Both of those dangerous mobsters will literally do anything in order to get their hands on that stolen gold bullion.
The renewal comes amid mixed reactions to the first season of Snatch - with Digital Spy among those who felt that it did not measure up to director Guy Ritchie's original movie.
Watch Rupert Grint and Luke Pasqualino raise hell in a trailer for Crackle's first season of Snatch below:
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