My Mum Tracy Beaker: Release date, cast, plot revealed

TRACY Beaker is a household name with kids who grew up in the noughties.

20 years on, and the series is being revived once more with iconic Dani Harmer at the helm, just like the old days.

Who stars in My Mum Tracy Beaker?

So far, it has been confirmed that Dani Harmer will return as Tracy and Montanna Thompson will be reprising her roles as the loathed Justine Littlewood.

Other familiar faces include Lisa Coleman returning as Camilla 'Cam' Lawson and Ruth Gemmell returning as Tracy’s mum Carly Beaker.

The full cast list is as follows:

  • Dani Harmer as Tracy Beaker
  • Emma Davies as Jess Beaker
  • Noah Leacock as Tyrone
  • Jordan Duvigneau as Sean Godfrey
  • Lisa Coleman as Granny Cam
  • Christina Tam as Rosealie
  • Neil Ashton as Fred
  • Danielle Henry as Miss Oliver

What is My Mum Tracy Beaker about?

The official BBC teaser reads: "Jess Beaker loves her life with her mum Tracy, until famous footballer Sean Godfrey enters the picture!"

Tracy is now a mum living on a rough housing estate in London with her nine-year-old daughter, struggling to make ends meet.

Sean is a childhood friend of Tracy's, who is now a professional footballer and he wants to whisk the pair away from their dreary London life.

Harmer has spoken about reading the script for the first time.

She said “As soon as I read it I was like, ‘This is exactly how Tracy would be as a mum’,

“Her daughter is amazing. They’re kind of complete opposites to be honest with you. Obviously, Tracy kind of just speaks before she thinks – she’s very emotional, she’s very feisty.

"Whereas Jess is a bit more reserved. She’s a bit more chilled, she is really intelligent.

“But those two together, it’s just a match made in heaven. They’re not only mother and daughter, they’re friends as well and I think that comes across in the show."

When is My Mum Tracy Beaker on CBBC?

My Mum Tracy Beaker begins on CBBC on Friday, February 15.

The three-part series will air on Friday, Saturday and Sunday back-to-back at 5pm on each day.

Each episode will be 30 minutes long.

It will be available to watch on the BBC iPlayer after it has aired.

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