|Viva S Club|
|Aka||S Club 7 in Barcelona|
|Genre|| British Sitcom|
|No. of episodes||13|
|Original run||20 Sept 2002 –27 Dec 2002|
|Followed by|| Miami 7|
Viva S Club was the fourth and final series in the BBC television series starring British pop group S Club.
This was the only series that was not filmed in America, filming, instead, in Barcelona, Spain. The programme was shown every week on CBBC from 20 September 2002 to 27 December 2002 and starred all members of S Club.
As with past series, Viva S Club takes place following the events in Hollywood 7, in which the band has become popular Stateside, but not so much internationally. The series sees band member Paul Cattermole leave the group, featuring in only five episodes. The remainder of the series featured the events of the remaining band members who had renamed, S Club. The series sees the group gaining new manager, Mr Wendelbaum, who employs Lyall and Maria as their mentor and housekeeper.
The final episode entitled Let's Get Out of Here, somewhat made fun of the way their series ended, the plot of the finale centred around Tina and a recent break up with a boyfriend who's dad happens to be a Mafioso leader. In the midst of the episode the band reminisce over the past few years and in the end they jump on a boat that was heading to Egypt before Jo pilots the boat back to the UK.
- The Fame in Spain
- A Problem Like Maria
- Jon De Bergerac
- Goodbye Is the Hardest Word
- Absent Friends
- Spanish Jon
- The Rain in Spain
- Of Mice and Music
- 24 Minutes Till Doomsday
- Let's Get Out of Here
- During the shoot Paul Cattermole left the band, in the show he leaves in episode 4 entitled Goodbye is Always the Hardest.
- Although Paul is credited at the start of episodes 1-4, it is revealing that he is not in any of the group shots. So they either knew he was leaving or the opening credits were filmed after he had left.
- This was the final season of the S Club series.
- Jon Lee turned 20 during the season. Since he was born in 1982 and the series was filmed in 2002.