Ally attempts to acclimatise to Michael's continued presence while Paul, suspected of intentionally hurting his mum, begins to question if his accident-prone son's frequent injuries might actually be...
Luke's parents' evening and the surprise arrival of Ally's estranged father cause Paul and Ally to examine their hopes and dreams for Luke and Ava and discover how far they are willing to go for the ...
Feeling as though there's something missing in the lives, four ordinary people stumble across a puzzle hiding just beyond the veil of everyday life, and their eyes are opened to a world of possibility and magic.
The troubled crew of Avenue 5, a space cruise ship filled with spoiled, rich, snotty space tourists, must try and keep everyone calm after their ship gets thrown off course into space and ends up needing three years to return to Earth.
Reimagining the anthology from visionary Steven Spielberg, "Amazing Stories," executive produced by Spielberg, will transport the audience to worlds of wonder through the lens of today's most imaginative filmmakers, directors, and writers.
The Manhattan General Hospital admitted a string of young women raped by something otherworldly. Dr. Pace and Detective Andriotti try and isolate the strange organic material found on the victims to find the fiend.
Soon after his birth-mother contacted him for the first time, Gary L. Stewart decided to search for his biological father. His disturbing identity would force Stewart to reconsider everything he thought he knew about himself.
Mockumentary focusing on real-life comedy couple Jon Richardson and Lucy Beaumont, who play aptly fictionalised versions of themselves, their home and work lives, and relationships with their Hebden Bridge neighbours and celebrity friends.
Two thirty somethings totally out of their depth but muddling on through, although mum (Daisy Haggard) is slightly more on top of things, but aren't they always? Dialogue that made me scream in a laugh out loud way. The days start out chaotic and a constant stream of bad luck will culminate in a comedy of errors that have been beautifully crafted. All accompanied by a stream of eff's.
Swearing is a lot more common these days, the puritans have been proven wrong by many studies, smart people swear, it's now a scientific fact. It's a social glue, a vent for frustration, it's even effective as a pain reliever.
By the end of ep 3, dad, (Martin Freeman) is starting to question his parenting 'skills' and realise that maybe he needs to stop shouting and swearing so much. But I think that his short fuse and constant frustration will sabotage his new found resolve.
Kids don't come with a manual and we've all learned from our mistakes, they survive and continue to love us, luckily. It's nice to see others going through the ringer, I almost got broody but I've done my bit, never again!
Thanks for this Marmite show, people are either loving or hating it. If you hate it too? Lighten up, the scenes with the kids in were filmed without swearing and then it's dubbed over. The little darlings were perfectly fine.
I hope this show runs for a few more years.
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