THE Young Offenders star Shane Casey has said that the “feedback has been amazing” for the third season of the popular show as he thanks fans for their support.
Last week was the final episode of the third season of The Young Offenders and it was an absolute hit with fans.
Shane, who plays Billy Murphy on the show, took to his Instagram today to share a behind the scene snap from the final episode of the hilarious RTE series.
The actor thanked all of his followers for their support of the series and he said that the feedback he has received has been amazing.
The full post from Shane said: “Thanks for all the love for the last while. I really appreciate it and I’m so glad you enjoyed the show.
“The feedback has been amazing.”
Fans and friends of Shane flooded his Instagram comment section with love for the post as they praised him and The Young Offenders team for the series.
His follower Sue commented saying: “Brilliant show, such an amazing ending, I did shed a tear. Please please do not stop filming. Best show on TV.”
One fan said: “Amazing series. Brilliant cast. Fantastic crew. Please, please come back for more seasons!”
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Sam gushed: “Nearly broke down in tears when I saw this.”
While Michelle also commented saying: “Brilliant programme loads a laughs and giggles really enjoyed all the seasons well done Shane and good luck for the future.”
This comes after Shane admitted that he “wasn’t in great form” during lockdown saying that it was “getting to him”.
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Shane said: “A couple of weeks ago I wasn’t in great form, being honest with you I think the lockdown was kind of getting to me as it got to everyone else.
“I was going to the Post Office and I wasn’t in great form and I came across a bunch of lads and I was like, ‘Okay here we go this could be rough,’ but they were absolute gentlemen to me.
“They were about 14 or 15 and they were like, ‘Come here would you ever come into our school and hold us hostage?’ I really appreciated it.”