White Gold (2017– )
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Episode #2.1 

It is 1985, 8 months have passed since Vincent teamed up with gangster Ronnie to force Walshy to sell Cachet Windows to them for a quid. But Vincent's mounting problems are about to be added to by a competitor stealing Cachet's business.

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Damon Beesley

Writers:

Damon Beesley (created by), Damon Beesley
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Ed Westwick ... Vincent Swan
James Buckley ... Brian Fitzpatrick
Joe Thomas ... Martin Lavender
Linzey Cocker Linzey Cocker ... Sam Swan
Lee Ross ... Ronnie
Lauren O'Rourke ... Carol
Rachel Shenton ... Joanne Scott
Nigel Lindsay ... Tony Walsh
Leah Brotherhead Leah Brotherhead ... Stacey
Steve Evets ... Barry / Derek
Lloyd Hutchinson ... Brendan
Harriet Webb ... Maureen
Charlie-Lou Borthwick Charlie-Lou Borthwick ... Natalie
Rebecca Deren Rebecca Deren ... Woman Home-Owner
Stirling Gallacher ... Patricia Brown
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It is 1985, 8 months have passed since Vincent teamed up with gangster Ronnie to force Walshy to sell Cachet Windows to them for a quid. But Vincent's mounting problems are about to be added to by a competitor stealing Cachet's business.

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

17 May 2019 (USA) See more »

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Fudge Park Productions See more »
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Stereo

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Color
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Episode 2.1
20 March 2019 | by Prismark10See all my reviews

White Gold returns after some protracted production issues when actor Ed Westwick had to deal with allegations of misconduct.

The second series moves to 1985. With gangster Ronnie in charge, the double glazing company is now called Cachet and they are making a killing making conservatories. Vincent is living in a palatial home but he owes Ronnie a lot of money.

Brian has marital problems. His wife went to a gym to lose weight and ended up having an affair with her female fitness instructor. Martin has joined one of these self development courses to become a better salesman.

Old boss Walshy has started a rival firm and begins to steal Cachet Windows clients. Vincent might have a fight in his hands. He has also upset his new neighbours with a dodgy conservatory.

Amoral Vincent is in his element here, double glazing was still the wild west back in the 1980s. The 1980s music gives it a nostalgic mood and the sarky banter between the three men was a welcome sight.


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