Trigonometry (BBC-2 2018)

It sounds like Man About The House never went away with new drama Trigonometry. It’s a very modern romance about a couple, who, finding it hard to make ends meet, take in a lodger and quickly find their relationship being taken to a new level.

Funny and full of sexual tension, Trigonometry has emotional and psychological truthfulness at its heart. This is a world of consequences, in which the characters have everything to lose. As this unusual relationship becomes unavoidable, the trio approach it with the prudence of people in their 30s, and overthink it in a way only this generation can. But even when common sense, friends and family is telling them that this relationship is doomed, they simply cannot be apart.

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crew details
Creators and Writers: Duncan Macmillan, Effie Woods
Executive Producers: Tessa Ross, Juliette Howell, Tommy Bulfin

production details
Country: UK
Network and Production Companies: BBC Two – House Productions
Duration: 8×30 minute episodes
Aired From: In production

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