Check out the hot men of Doctor Who spin-off Class

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Doctor Who spin-off Class is coming to television tonight, as it makes its BBC One debut. 

It originally aired on BBC Three late last year and even made headlines when its trailer featured a gay kiss with its gay lead character Charlie.

The British show has drawn comparisons to Buffy the Vampire Slayer, which is quite the compliment.

To give you a taste of what’s to come, here are the three leading men in the show. 

Greg Austin plays Charlie, an alien who has been forced to leave his planet to come to London, where he finds Matteusz.

And here's me trying to look cool ???? #honeymoon #mexico

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Shameless ???? #mexico #honeymoon

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I drink manly drinks ???? #honeymoon #woowoo

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Jordan Renzo is the sarcastic boyfriend of Charlie. He also has the pressures of his religious strict parents who struggle to handle his sexuality.

Improving! #climb #babysteps #building @chuksta @dylaangarner @jace_moody

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Such a poser. #barcelona #take #me #back #august

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#lastdaysofsun#pool#romania#good#times#whiteboy

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Fady Elsayed plays Ram, and the heartthrob portrays the popular guy at the high school. Basically, the typical bad boy with a secret.

Light work

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Long time no selfie

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Good vibes only

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Class will air on BBC One tonight at 10.45pm. It will be available on DVD and Blu-ray from 16 January.

Words Maria Loizou

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