The hilarious Channel 4 comedy, Hullraisers, follows the chaotic world of three native Hullians.
The six-part series was co-written by Hull born Lucy Beaumont - alongside Anne-Marie O’Connor and Caroline Moran.
Beaumont also proudly announced that the series is filmed by a Yorkshire crew!
Now that the sitcom has begun to air, and is being enjoyed by many, locals may spot some familiar locations.
Find out what spots throughout the historic port city of Hull and the vibrant city of Leeds feature in the sitcom, Hullraisers, here.
Where is Hullraisers filmed?
Filming for the Channel 4 comedy has taken place in both Hull and Leeds.
In Hull, some filming took place in The Silver Cod, a pub on Anlaby Road.
Two locations on Newland Avenue are popular spots throughout the show, Larkin’s Bar and French restaurant Le Crepier Papin.
Hull-based scenes were also filmed on Goddard Avenue.
In Leeds, scenes were filmed on Otley Road in Headingley - and in a local boutique My Style Therapy.
Co-writer Lucy Beaumont said: “I’m so excited about showing the world these true Hull characters and the city that has moulded them - a city that has kept its talent and attributes hidden for too long.”
What is Hullraisers about?
Hullraisers follows the lives of three working-class women living in Hull; Toni, Rana and Paula.
Toni (played by Hull born Leah Brotherhead) is an out of work actress and a chaotic mother to a four-year-old, Grace (Matilda Firth).
Toni is married to Craig (Perry Fitzpatrick) but dreams of escaping Hull.
Rana (Taj Atwal) is Toni’s best friend and a policewoman who doesn’t want to settle down with just one man - she starts the series by dating a Hull City player.
Paula (Sinead Matthews) is Toni’s down-to-earth older sister, who married her childhood sweetheart Dane (Yanick Ghanty) - also Rana’s big brother.
The pair have two children, 7-year-old Jake (Jaylan Batten) and 17-year-old Ashley (Natalie Davies), and for them - there is ‘no place like Hull’.
The hilarious trio try to navigate their daily lives, juggling kids, big dreams and romance - all whilst trying to have some fun.
Where can I watch Hullraisers?
Episode one of Hullraisers aired on Channel 4 on Tuesday 12 April
The next 25-minute episode will air on Channel 4 at 9:50pm on Tuesday 19 April.
Episodes will continue weekly, with the third episode airing at 9:35pm.
However, all six episodes are available to watch or download on All 4 now.