TV Preview: Everything Now
When 16-year old Mia returns home after a lengthy recovery from an eating disorder, she is thrust back into the chaotic world of sixth form only to find that her friends have moved on with teen life without her. Along with an ever-evolving bucket list, three best mates and a major new crush, Mia throws herself headfirst into a world of dating, parties and first kisses, soon discovering that not everything in life can be planned for.
Sophie Wilde (You Don’t Know Me, Talk to Me) leads the cast in the role of Mia. The series is created and written by Ripley Parker in her screenwriting debut and is produced by Left Bank Pictures (The Crown). Additional cast members include Lauryn Ajufo (Boiling Point), Harry Cadby (Life After Life), Noah Thomas (Anansi Boys), Vivienne Acheampong (The Sandman), Alex Hassell (Tragedy of Macbeth), Sam Reuben, Niamh McCormack (The Witcher) and award-winning actor Stephen Fry (Sherlock Holmes).
Executive Producers are Ripley Parker with Sian McWilliams and Andy Harries for Left Bank Pictures. Directors are Alyssa McClelland (Block 1), Charlie Manton (Block 2), Dionne Edwards (Block 3) and Laura Steinel (Block 4) and Series Producer is Huberta von Liel.
A preview of episode 1 will be followed by a Q&A with:
Ripley Parker, creator, lead writer and executive producer
Sian McWilliams, executive producer
Recommended age: 15+
Please note, the episode being shown includes scenes of an eating disorder which some viewers may find troubling.
Both the episode and the panel Q&A will be captioned.
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