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Us is a BBC One four-part television comedy series based on the book Us by English author David Nicholls and adapted by him for the screen. The series stars Tom Hollander and Saskia Reeves as a married couple, the Petersens. The story follows Douglas,... read more
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Us is a BBC One four-part television comedy series based on the book Us by English author David Nicholls and adapted by him for the screen. The series stars Tom Hollander and Saskia Reeves as a married couple, the Petersens. The story follows Douglas, the father, who tries to win back the love of Connie, his frustrated wife of twenty five years, during their "holiday of a lifetime" touring Europe, after she tells him that now their son Albie is about to leave home for University, she also wants to leave.

Original Release

09/20/2020 on BBC

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Cast

Tom Hollander Douglas Petersen
Saskia Reeves Connie Petersen
Tom Taylor Albie Petersen
Thaddea Graham Kat
Gina Bramhill Younger Connie
Iain De Caestecker Younger Douglas
Sofie Gråbøl Freja
Joe Dixon Mike
Charlotte Spencer Karen Petersen
Giuseppe Bonifati Italian Receptionist
(see additional cast & crew)
# Title Air Date
1 Episode #1.1 Sunday, 20 September 2020
2 Episode #1.2 Sunday, 20 September 2020
3 Episode #1.3 Sunday, 20 September 2020
4 Episode #1.4 Sunday, 20 September 2020

Directors

Geoffrey Sax

Writers

David Nicholls

Cast

Tom Hollander Douglas Petersen
Saskia Reeves Connie Petersen
Tom Taylor Albie Petersen
Thaddea Graham Kat
Gina Bramhill Younger Connie
Iain De Caestecker Younger Douglas
Sofie Gråbøl Freja
Joe Dixon Mike
Charlotte Spencer Karen Petersen
Giuseppe Bonifati Italian Receptionist
James Doherty Quiz Master
Dylan Mitchell Classmate
Andrea Hall Simone
Severine Howell-Meri Cassie
Beatrice Scirocchi Italian Police Desk Clerk
Rachel Coutinho Petra
Franck Assi French Waiter
Amaia Aguinaga Beatriz
Lucia Saavedra Spanish Receptionist
Maya-Nika Bewley Waitress

Producers

Editors

Carmela Iandoli

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