Skins Gen Four (aka that gen that is never going to happen)
Victoria “Rory” Johnston, played by Juno Temple - Rory is the tomboy who would rather blog than go partying. People think of her as anti-social, but she would rather call it “not getting involved with pricks”. Friend is the only relationship type she is comfortable with, but will someone be able to break the ice.
Piper Knight, played by Jacqueline Jossa - The party girl, who’s life is as unstable as it gets. Currently in a relationship with Kai, she soon learns that love isn’t everything she dreamt of. With a Mum who is engrossed by the death of her father, she has to learn to grow up without the help of anyone. If there’s one moral she lives by it’s that she is the only one she can rely on.
Tom Johnston, played by William Moseley - Brother to Rory and hopelessly stuck into the world of gambling. Never able to keep a wallet full, he recklessly spends and drinks his way through college with his mates Kai and Net.
Nathan “Net” Brent, played by John Boyega - Net is the boy who never stays in one place for long. His parents are both working salesmen who live their lives on a map, Roundview the longest he’s been at any school. When he has to leave again will something be strong enough to push him to stay?
Kai Mann, played by Jeremy Irvine - The popular guitar player that seems to have the dream made when underneath he is still trying to figure out how to love someone. His home life is a mess with his parents stuck in an unhealthy relationship, booze and fighting always placed in full effect. As his relationship with Piper goes into as rough ground as his parents, he starts to wonder if being with anyone is worth it.
Oliver Pratt, played by Douglas Booth - Oliver is the guy without any guy friends. He has always been the outcast, the boy who painted when everyone else played video games with guns. Everyone assumes he’s on the other bus, but his sexuality isn’t the thing he’s ever questioned; whether he’s normal is something he does wonder.
Lia Singh, played by Katie Leung - The straight-laced A-grade student who thrives to win approval of her over expectational parents. With her Dad working overseas and her Doctor-Mum trying to make sure everything runs like clockwork, Lia wonders if anyone is really looking out for her. Trying to balance her school life and social life is one problem, but when she starts to wonder where her heart lies things really start to go wrong
Amy Abbot, played by Nathalie Emmanuel - If Piper were the commander of the school then she would be deputy. She tries her hardest to make an impression, sleeping with most of the boys she can get her hands on, yet she is always just cast as a shadow. Will she ever find someone who sees her as top?