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Years and Years

Country: UK, Language: English, 60 mins

  • Director: Lisa Mulcahy
  • Writer: Russell T. Davies
  • Producer: Karen Lewis

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It looks like Russell T. Davies has done it again!!!

Biting and scathing...this is a grim look at the present, a gloomier look at the future. Super-sensitivity and trans*humanism are in the firing line...

It's sure to upset the snowflakes...hey, if you make the bed, you have to lie in it! This is an older voice pointing out how ridiculous things have become...

First episode...where will it go from such an apocalyptic conclusion!?!

We're on the edge of our seats!!!

Well...the screw just gets tighter and tighter...and then, it just snaps. And...you can't believed what just happened! It is an emotional cataclysm - Years and Years will stay with you for a very long time!

Stunning and earth-shattering.


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The(ir) Blurb...

From award-winning writer Russell T Davies, Years And Years is a brand new six-part drama which follows the lives of a single family, the Lyons, over a period of fifteen years in a Britain rocked by unstable political, economic and technological change.

Cast & Characters

Maxim Baldry as Viktor
Sharon Duncan-Brewster as Fran Baxter
Jessica Hynes as Edith
Rory Kinnear as Stephen Lyons
Ruth Madeley as Rosie
T'Nia Miller as Celeste
Anne Reid as Muriel
Emma Thompson as Vivienne Rook
Russell Tovey as Daniel Lyons
Lydia West as Bethany Bisme-Lyons