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Sam and Phil somehow end up in Texas. (BBC)
Sam and Phil somehow end up in Texas. (BBC)
Sam and Phil somehow land themselves in a Texas prison. (BBC)

Co-creators James Corden and Mathew Baynton make their return in The Wrong Mans, co-produced by BBC and

The two, who portray hapless office workers Phil (Corden) and Sam (Baynton), find themselves in the wrong place at the wrong time, with absolutely the wrong attitudes.

In the teaser trailer, we see the guys strutting the halls of a U.S. prison, decked out in orange onesies, and Phil is wondering out loud how to hook up to Wi-Fi to do some Christmas shopping:

If you missed the first season, co-written by Corden and Baynton, you can catch up on here.

We had the chance to sit down with Baynton before the series premiered, and here are 10 things so right about The Wrong Mans.

The second season is scheduled to premiere in the U.S. on December 24.

What did you think of the first look? 

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By Brigid Brown