"Years and Years" is a British drama television series directed by Simon Cellan Jones, Lisa Mulcahy and Russell T Davies.
The starring cast includes Russell Tovey, Rory Kinnear, T'Nia Miller, Ruth Madeley, Anne Reid, Jessica Hynes, Emma Thompson, Dino Fetscher, Maxim Baldry, Lydia West and others.

Here are "Years and Years" TV series trailer, plot summary, full cast and characters, release date, streaming services and everything we know so far.


Is there a trailer for Years and Years TV series?

HBO on Thursday, May 16, 2019 released the trailer for "Years and Years" you can watch here:
Years & Years (2019): Official Trailer | HBO.

Plot summary

What is Years and Years TV series plot?

Here is a short review of "Years and Years" TV series plot summary.

The six-part series follows the British Manchester-based Lyons family: Daniel (Russell Tovey) is married to Ralph, Stephen (Rory Kinnear) and Celeste (T'Nia Miller) worry about their kids, Rosie (Ruth Madeley) is looking for a new partner, and Edith is engaged in one humanitarian cause after another. Presiding over them all is Gran, the imperious Muriel (Anne Reid). All their lives converge on one crucial night in 2019, and the story accelerates into the future, following the lives and loves of the Lyons over the next 15 years as Britain is rocked by unstable political, economic and technological advances.


Who plays who in the Years and Years TV series?

Here is the full cast and characters of "Years and Years" TV series. Actors and actresses are sorted mostly in credits order.

Russell Tovey  as Daniel Lyons a housing officer based in Manchester
Rory Kinnear  as Stephen Lyons a financial advisor
T'Nia Miller  as Celeste Bisme-Lyons an accountant and Stephen's wife
Ruth Madeley  as Rosie Lyons the youngest of the Lyons siblings
Anne Reid  as Muriel Deacon the Lyons siblings' grandmother
Jessica Hynes  as Edith Lyons a political activist and Stephen, Daniel and Rosie's sister
Emma Thompson  as Vivienne Rook MP a charismatic and controversial businesswoman turned politician
Dino Fetscher  as Ralph Cousins Daniel's ex-husband
Maxim Baldry  as Viktor Goraya a Ukrainian refugee
Lydia West  as Bethany Bisme-Lyons Stephen and Celeste's older daughter
Jade Alleyne  as Ruby Bisme-Lyons Stephen and Celeste's younger daughter
Sharon Duncan-Brewster  as Fran Baxter a storyteller and activist
Glen McCready  as Signor
Julia Sandiford  as Media 24 Newsreader
Mary Nightingale  as Mary Nightingale
Simon McCoy  as Simon McCoy
Reeta Chakrabarti  as Reeta Chakrabarti
Callum Woolford  as Lee Lyons
Aaron Ansari  as Lincoln Lyons
Julie Peasgood  as Julie Peasgood
Andrew Joshi  as Point 5 Newsreader
Rachel Logan  as Elaine Parris
Lee Comley  as Network 85 Newsreader
Zita Sattar  as Yvonne Bukhari
George Bukhari  as Jonjo Aleef
Alexander Armstrong  as Alexander Armstrong
Shaun McGowan  as Archie Goolding
Jack Kane  as Clyde
Aqib Khan  as Vijay Babu
Eamonn Riley  as Returning Officer
Heather Dutton  as Lesley
Elly Condron  as Reporter
Ross Grant  as Billy Fitz
Aiden Li  as Lincoln Lyons
Adam Little  as Lee Lyons
Peter McPherson  as Stooge
Kieran O'Brien  as Woody
Charlotte Asprey  as Madeline Barry
Nila Aalia  as Question Time Host
Lara Amanda Guimaraes Norton  as Younger Bethany Bisme-Lyons
Kath Hughes  as Woman in Blue
Natasha Jayetileke  as Channel India Interviewer
Sandeep Sharma  as Mr. Jaysundera
Marilyn Lucas-Thorpe  as Younger Ruby Bisme-Lyons
Beatrice Curnew  as British Expert
Simon Darwen  as Wildlife expert
Glen Fox  as Office expert
Paul Merton  as Paul Merton
Ian Hislop  as Ian Hislop
Jodie Prenger  as Debbie Green
David Crellin  as Stan Thomas
Krissi Bohn  as Lucie Denham
Charles Armstrong  as Economics Editor
Kate Cook  as Finance Expert
Noel Sullivan  as Tony Watts
Siri Ellis  as Alliance staff member
Simon Naylor  as Policeman
Mark Heal  as Red-Faced Man
Roger Ringrose  as Emergency Newscaster
Nadia Albina  as Security Guard
Bronte Barbe  as Lucille
Will Barnett  as Rough lad
Tamar Baruch  as Alodie
Jake Benson  as Chief Erstwhile Guard
Adrianna Bertola  as Teenage girl
Naomi Alice Bridges  as Ephanie Cross
Tim Bruce  as Politics Expert
Andrew Byron  as Ukrainian Police
Tara Daniels  as Security Guard
Ayesha De Garci  as Claverton Receptionist
Sue Devaney  as Barbara Hopkins
Maud Druine  as Thelma
Jamel Dwyer  as Rider
Jack Egan  as Soldier
Emma Fielding  as Jane Bordolino
Pauline Fleming  as Landlady
Craig Gazey  as Steven Lyons
Gracy Goldman  as Wytel Expert
Elie Haddad  as Tadeo
Ellie Haddington  as Dr. Moss
Luke Halliwell  as Lofty
Jane Hamer  as Beverly
Juliet Hartley  as Elsie
Shannon Hayes  as Lizzie Mbeko
Susan Hingley  as Dr. Eto
John Howarth  as Mr. Chakrabati
Perveen Hussain  as Dr. Farooq
Idriss Kargbo  as Nigerian Lad
Adam Karim  as Nurse
Lee Latchford-Evans  as Lee Latchford-Evans
Jennifer Leong  as Claverton Nurse
Adele Lupton  as Refugee
James Mansfield  as Bus Driver
Joshua McGahan  as Bodyguard
John Mcgrellis  as Head of Security
Alexander Milburn  as Ukrainian boy
Steve Money  as Arthur
Michael Moreland  as Martin Morris
Edward Nkom  as Debo Pepple
Dermot O'Leary  as Dermot O'Leary
Adesuwa Oni  as Nigerian Woman
Bhavik C. Pankhania  as Alam Mohammed
Joy Plaquia  as Student
Andrew Readman  as Trevor Lyle
Lynn Roden  as Hester Finch
Monica Sagar  as Aalia
Tomasz Schafernaker  as Self
Rish Shah  as Ahmed
Nadia Shash  as Expert 1
Kerrie Southwart  as Leeds woman
Dan Starkey  as Mr. Briscoe
Juan Wilken  as Riku Tanaka
Temi Wilkey  as Lulu
Mika Wingate  as Slovakian Woman


What are Years and Years filming details?

"Years and Years" series are produced by Red Production Company.

Country of origin: United Kingdom. Original language: English.


What are critics and audiences saying about Years and Years TV series?

"Years and Years" TV series got high rating from critics. IMDB rating is 8.3/10. Rotten Tomatoes rating is 89/100.

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