Summary: Skins Season 7 Episode 3 Effy (Kaya Scodelario) has a dead end job as a receptionist for a leading London Hedge Fund. But as she stumbles across crucial financial information relating to a troubled deal and embarks on an affair with her wealthy boss, she finds out that she has bitten off more than she can chew. Her flatmate Naomi (Lily Loveless) tries to stop Effy from ruining her life, but Effy cannot be reached; until tragedy strikes.


Skins Season 7 Episode 3 E4 and Company Pictures yesterday confirmed Cassie (Hannah Murray), Cook (Jack O’Connell), Effy (Kaya Scodelario) and Naomi (Lily Loveless) will all be returning to Skins in Spring 2013 for the last series which will see a break away from their traditional format with three two-hour movies broken into two halves. Each movie will focus Cassie, Cook and Effy and follows them into adulthood, the titles of each will respectively called ‘Skins Pure’, ‘Skins Rise’ and ‘Skins Fire’.

Skins Season 7 Episode 3 Every year that past I would catch the trailers on Channel 4 and E4 but I didn’t take the time to sit down and invest any of my time in Skins however when I saw the trailer for series 3 it peaked my interest and I asked around as to why all of the cast was different and then I saw it happen again in series 5 another brand new cast. Every two series of Skins the cast was overhauled but was still based Roundview College in Bristol with some of the teachers making appearances across all 6 series’ shown so far. Last year I broke away from my traditional sci-fi, fantasy and crime television. Although I watch 90210 and I was a massive fan of the O.C. I decided to go on what was a bit of a teen drama marathon going through Pretty Little Liars, The Lying Games, Gossip Girl, Slide and Skins.

Generally the first and last episode of each series focuses on the whole cast while the episodes in between focused on individuals, while the main cast changed every two series and have been known as Generation 1,2 and 3. I managed to watch the first five series back to back and then like everyone else I had to watch series 6 on a weekly basis as it came out on E4.

I found the that the first two generations were nicely knitted together and allowed the viewer to move at ease from one cast to another thanks to Generation 1′s main character Tony Stonem’s younger sister becoming the main character of Generation 2. Generation 3′s first series suffered due to the writers concentrating on a US Skins on MTV and what I felt was a complete lack of handover from Generation 2.