The Best Episodes of Max & Paddy's Road to Nowhere

Last Updated: Dec 4, 2018

Hot on the heels of the hugely popular Peter Kay Live and his award-winning, critically acclaimed Phoenix Nights comes Max and Paddy's Road to Nowhere... This much-anticipated spin-off, co-written by Peter Kay and Patrick McGuinness, is a six-part comedy drama that chronicles the adventures of Phoenix Club bouncers Max and Paddy. This brilliantly observed comedy journey follows the exploits of these two modern outlaws as they escape the club in their prized motorhome and take to the open road, creating havoc across the country.

Episode 6

#1 - Episode 6

Season 1 - Episode 6

A speed camera is the catalyst for a string of bad luck.

star 8.25
99 votes
Directors: Peter Kay
Writers: Peter Kay, Patrick McGuinness
Episode 4

#2 - Episode 4

Season 1 - Episode 4

Max and Paddy are in prison and, to make matters worse, they have an unwelcome visitor.

star 8.00
130 votes
Directors: Peter Kay
Writers: Peter Kay, Patrick McGuinness
Episode 2

#3 - Episode 2

Season 1 - Episode 2

Paddy is soon disenchanted after dabbling in the world of adult films and, on the road, disaster strikes when the motor home breaks down. This leads to a night spent sleeping rough in the woods with Max engaging in a few revealing campfire confessions.

star 7.94
134 votes
Directors: Peter Kay
Writers: Peter Kay, Patrick McGuinness
Episode 1

#4 - Episode 1

Season 1 - Episode 1

Living in such a confined space proves more difficult than they first thought and, without any suitable home entertainment, they end up sampling the local nightlife where Max's new dance moves are a hit with the infamous Belgrano sisters.

star 7.92
170 votes
Directors: Peter Kay
Writers: Peter Kay, Patrick McGuinness
Episode 5

#5 - Episode 5

Season 1 - Episode 5

Down on their luck, Max and Paddy quite literally hit on some good fortune.

star 7.90
105 votes
Directors: Peter Kay
Writers: Peter Kay, Patrick McGuinness
Episode 3

#6 - Episode 3

Season 1 - Episode 3

Max bumps into one of his old school friends, only to find out a dark secret that turns his life upside-down.

star 7.90
121 votes
Directors: Peter Kay
Writers: Peter Kay, Patrick McGuinness