Paramount + has just released the first images of The Flatshare, a six-part series produced by 42 that stars Jessica Brown Findlay and Anthony Welsh in the lead roles.
Paramount + just unveiled the first images officers of the original six-part series titled The Flatshare, produced by 42 and starring Jessica Brown Findlay (“Brave New World”, “Harlots”, “The Hanging Sun”) and Anthony Welsh (“Pure”, “Master of None”, “The Great”). The show will be available in the UK on Paramount + later this year and will arrive in Italy in 2023.
On the occasion of the release of the first photos of the set, Findlay commented: “Working on The Flatshare bringing Tiff and Leon to life in a romantic comedy with BRILLIANT Anthony Welsh was a dream come true. We can’t wait. may you all take a bunch of keys and join us. ” Welsh added, “I had so much fun shooting The Flatshare and working with Jessie was a dream. We had a fantastic cast and crew and I can’t wait to share our apartment with everyone.”
The original Paramount + series also stars Bart Edwards (“The Witcher”, “State of Happiness”, “Unreal”) as Tiffany’s ex-boyfriend Justin and Shaq B. Grant (“The Box”, ” Gangs of London “) as Leon’s brother, Richie. Shaniqua Okwok (“It’s a Pity”, “Wolfe”) and Jonah Hauer-King (“World on Fire”, “The Little Mermaid”) play Tiffany’s best friends, Maia and Mo. Klariza Clayton (“Lovesick”, “Skins”) plays Kay, Leon’s girlfriend, and Gina Bramhill (“Us”, “Sherlock”, “Brief Encounters”) plays Rachel, Tiffany’s colleague.
Filming on the show has finished and Paramount’s new title will be available in the UK later in the year, as well as in all international markets where the service is available. Paramount + continues to expand its presence globally, following its recent launch in the UK, Ireland, South Korea. Paramount + launched in Italy on September 15th.
Jessica Brown Findlay and Anthony Welsh play Tiffany and Leon, two penniless Londoners in their 20s who share a bed. The problem is that Tiffany and Leon have never met, and if their plan works, they never will. Fresh from a controlling relationship, Tiffany spends her days earning the minimum wage for a minimum of appreciation on a viral news website, while Leon works night shifts in a hospice receiving life advice from a terminally ill teenager while tries to free his brother unjustly incarcerated. But when the post-its start flying and each is unexpectedly drawn into the complex and messy life of the other, a backward attraction develops. The question is: can you really fall in love with someone you’ve never met?