Gaines takes the president to his bunker but there is a change of plan as Gaines announces to the world that Saviour has failed. Shocked by Jude's alleged suicide Celine takes his body for burial in ...
From actor/writer duo James Corden and Mathew Baynton, The Wrong Mans series centers on Sam Pinkett and Phil Bourne, office workers for Berkshire County Council, who have their menial ... See full summary »
Tim is in a custody battle with his ex-wife, when he quits his job. He applies for a job as a civil servant doing data entry, but discovers during the job interview that he has been offered a job as a trainee spy for MI5.
For a tiny cottage in a tiny town, this place sure will see lots of baggage. Each episode, new guests will bring their own special brand of crazy to this new TBS comedy from My Name Is Earl (2005) Creator Greg Garcia.
Comedy drama about the final days of mankind. Mild-mannered Slough Bank Manager Jamie (Mathew Baynton) is in a rut - albeit a very organized one - consumed by grief for his missing wife. All of that soon changes, however, when he's arrested on suspicion of cyber terrorism and realizes that, somehow, he must have an identical twin, and that his mum Paula (Pauline Quirke) has some serious explaining to do. Halfway around the world in New Mexico, unassuming librarian Rhonda (Jenna Fischer) enters a maximum-security prison for a crime she didn't commit, and reluctantly falls under the wing of unhinged white supremacist Leanne (Megan Mullally). At the Vatican, meanwhile, foul-mouthed rebel Priest Father Jude (Rob Lowe) interviews the beautiful Sister Celine (Gaia Scodellaro) for a role in his office of the Devil's Advocate. These are just some of the eclectic and seemingly unconnected characters whose lives will start to intersect in the most unexpected ways as news breaks that a comet is ...Written by
The plot is an interesting mix of apocalyptic Armageddon, religion, with hints (some more subtle that others) of the supernatural. The story-line is fast-paced and interesting with many twists along the way. The biggest of which in the last 2 seconds of the series finally. The cast is an interesting mix of British and American actors who for the most part are great together. Some of the characters begin as blatant stereotypes, but we do see character development throughout most of them that makes them more accessible by the season (hopefully not series) finally. There are some distractingly terrible American accents. One character in particular, but thankfully she is not a lead character as much as an occasional annoyance. Don't over-analyze it and you're sure to have a good time.
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