Friday Night Dinner and The Inbetweeners cast are working on a sitcom called I Hate You.
I HATE YOU is the brainchild of the creators of the successful sitcom Friday Night Dinner. So, when will the Channel 4 comedy be released?
I Hate You is a new Channel 4 programme that will premiere in the near future. It is sure to be a funny viewing, as it was created by Robert Popper of Friday Night Dinner and directed by Damon Beesley of The Inbetweener. Here’s all we know about I Hate You thus far.
The new comedy I Hate You has yet to be given a release date.
Today, Wednesday, August 25, Channel 4 made the announcement about the series that Popper and Beesley will be bringing to reality.
As a result, it’s unlikely that filming on the show has begun yet.
Given that it is still early in the development process, I Hate You is more likely to be released in 2022.
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Tanya Reynolds, a 29-year-old actress, will co-star in I Hate You.
In 2016, she received her first significant role in Delicious, a Sky One comedy-drama starring Dawn French and Emilia Fox.
Reynolds has risen to even greater renown since then, thanks to Netflix’s Sex Education.
In the hit series, she plays Lily, and she’ll be back for season three next month.
Reynolds will be joined on-screen by a rookie in the co-leading role.
Melissa Saint, who has previously appeared in brief one-off roles in Doctors and Obscenities, will be the show’s other lead.
Saint’s first major role in a television series will be this.
When I Hate You is out, both she and Reynolds will be the main characters.
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Charlie and Becca, friends and flatmates, will star in the comedy.
They spend the most of their time together and are complete opposites, therefore their bond is passionate.
Becca is immune to embarrassment, whereas Charlie is concerned about everything.
The series’ summary also gives more information about what viewers should expect.
“Charlie’s a bit of a worrier, who thinks 99 percent of humans are d******ds, and Becca – no embarrassment gene, frequently makes the wrong decision,” according to the I Hate You description.
“They share a half-clean flat (Becca’s room),” according to Brinkwire Summary News.