After an underwhelming start it found it’s feet once the stars spent more time out of the studio. With Hamish & Andy’s Euro Gap Year the boys in question will be out and about more often which will make all the difference. How funny it will be is up to Hamish & Andy. We’ll be watching, if only to get the answer to the question about his “timeslot tatt” from last year – different time in 2012, so has it changed? From the press release:

After immersing themselves in American culture last year, Hamish and Andy have decided you can never stop learning and it would therefore be irresponsible not to take another gap year in 2012.

The Nine Network’s new series, Hamish and Andy’s Euro Gap Year, will feature the boys’ travels and adventures throughout Europe and be broadcast weekly from The Lord Stanley, a disused pub in East London.

“It was a bit of a reno project when we got it, but hopefully we’ll be able to squeeze a few Aussies in to watch the show…I hear there might be one or two of them in London,” said Hamish.

Whether it’s jumping off bridges 25 metres high to become “real men” in Bosnia, racing wild reindeer in Lapland or dropping in to a finger-pulling festival in Germany, Hamish and Andy will be there to revel in Europe’s weird and wonderful pastimes.

For their final episode Hamish & Andy are also planning to have a “sporting festival themed” show, which luckily coincides with a rather popular event occurring in London. The boys will be inviting along some especially talented Australians who will be London at the time.

Hamish and Andy’s Euro Gap Year follows the success of 2011’s Hamish and Andy’s Gap Year, which averaged 1,045,000 viewers nationally, consistently won its timeslot and was awarded the 2012 Logie for Most Popular Light Entertainment program.

“Last year they wreaked havoc in the US,” Michael Healy, Nine Network Director of Television, said. “We can’t wait to see what happens when Hamish and Andy are unleashed on Europe.”

People will be able to raise their bier steins for the series premiere on Channel Nine on Thursday, June 14 at 8.00pm.