Marriage is the brand new BBC drama starring Sean Bean and Nicola Walker set to come into our lives in August.
The upcoming series, written and directed by Mum’s Stefan Golaszewski, follows married couple Ian (Bean) and Emma (Walker) as they negotiate the ups and downs of their 30-year marriage.
Over the course of four episodes, Ian and Emma will deal with the insecurities, ambiguities, hopes, and fears that are part of a long-term intimate relationship.
Here’s everything you need to know about who’s in the cast and how you can watch it.
Who is in the cast of Marriage?
New Tricks star James Bolam takes on the role of Gerry, Emma’s dad.
Before Marriage, James appeared in the likes of The Likely Lads and its sequel Whatever Happened to the Likely Lads? as Terry Collier.
Chantelle Alle plays Ian and Emma’s daughter, Jessica.
The actress is best known for her roles in We Are Lady Parts and Mood.
Henry Lloyd-Hughes is Emma’s boss, Jamie, who no doubt causes friction in Emma and Ian’s relationship.
In the trailer, the couple row over Ian’s suspicions about Jamie’s intentions, to which she replies: ‘You’ve invented this entire situation. I won’t be controlled by your jealousy.’
The actor has previously starred in the E4 comedy series The Inbetweeners as Mark Donovan, as well as having appeared in Killing Eve.
How can I watch Marriage?
The BBC has confirmed that Marriage will air its first episode on Sunday, August 14 at 9pm on BBC One.
The series will also be available to stream on BBC iPlayer.
Marriage will begin on Sunday, August 14 at 9pm on BBC One and BBC iPlayer.Credit: Source