Love a good rom-com? Not sure what show to watch next? Well, you're in luck, Let us introduce you to the upcoming "almost romantic comedy," Still Up.
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What is an "almost romantic comedy," you may ask? Still Up is a new series coming to Apple TV+ that perfectly blends the atmospheric feel of your favourite feel-good-flicks and breaks it down into perfect bite-size viewing.
Filmed in London, the British show boasts an amazing cast and if the first trailer is anything to go by, we just know the show will deliver all the chemistry, slow-burning, will-they-or-won't-they tropes we know and love.
Antonia Thomas in "Still Up," premiering 22 September, 2023 on Apple TV+.
What is the plot of Still Up?
Still Up follows an impulsive and free-spirited aspiring illustrator whose questions over her daughter's future start keeping her up at night, and the socially anxious yet gifted journalist Danny.
Both insomniacs, Lisa and Danny stay connected and talk for hours while the world is asleep - despite never meeting.
Craig Roberts in "Still Up," premiering 22 September, 2023 on Apple TV+.
Who is in the cast of Still Up
The upcoming comedy series stars Antonia Thomas and Craig Roberts, and was co-created and written by Steve Burge and Natalie Walter. Still Up also stars an ensemble cast of Blake Harrison, Lois Chimimba, Luke Fetherston and Rich Fulcher.
Blake Harrison in "Still Up," premiering 22 September, 2023 on Apple TV+.
Where to watch Still Up?
The new eight-episode comedy will make its global debut on Apple TV+ with the first three episodes on Friday, 22 September, followed by new episodes every Friday through 27 October.
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