"Lovesick" is a British sitcom series directed by Elliot Hegarty, Gordon Anderson, Aneil Karia and Tom Edge.
The starring cast includes Johnny Flynn, Antonia Thomas, Daniel Ings, Hannah Britland, Joshua McGuire, Richard Thomson, Klariza Clayton, Yasmine Akram, Riann Steele, Susannah Fielding and others.
Here are "Lovesick" TV series trailer, plot summary, full cast and characters, release date and everything we know so far.
Is there a trailer for Lovesick TV series?
Netflix on Thursday, December 28, 2017 released the trailer for "Lovesick" you can watch here:
Lovesick - Season 3 | Official Trailer | Netflix.
What is Lovesick TV series plot?
Here is a short review of "Lovesick" TV series plot summary.
The show revolves around a group of English friends sharing a house in the West End of Glasgow, Scotland and their romantic lives. After Dylan Witter (Johnny Flynn) is diagnosed with chlamydia, he attempts to contact all of his previous sexual partners to inform them of his diagnosis. Dylan lives with best friends Luke Curran (Daniel Ings) and Evie Douglas (Antonia Thomas), the latter of whom previously harboured a secret crush on Dylan, but has since moved on, recently becoming engaged. The majority of each episode is told through flashback, showing Dylan's encounters with a number of women, as well as the changes his friends go through.
The third season, released in January 2018, focuses more on Dylan, Evie and Luke's relationships with each other, and Angus's (McGuire) own personal problems.
Who plays who in the Lovesick TV series?
Here is the full cast and characters of "Lovesick" TV series. Actors and actresses are sorted mostly in credits order.
Johnny Flynn as Dylan Witter the protagonist of the show
Antonia Thomas as Evelyn "Evie" Douglas Dylan and Luke's best friend
Daniel Ings as Luke Curran best friend and flatmate of Dylan and Evie
Hannah Britland as Abigail Saunders the barmaid at Angus and Helen's wedding, and one of Dylan's former lovers
Joshua McGuire as Angus Baker a friend of Dylan, Luke and Evie's from university
Richard Thomson as Malcolm "Mal" Evie's fiancé
Klariza Clayton as Holly a stripper
Yasmine Akram as Maria "Jonesy" Jones a bubbly and vivacious friend of the group from university
Riann Steele as Cleo a short-term girlfriend of Luke's
Susannah Fielding as Phoebe Morris Dylan's date to a quiz-night
Jamie Demetriou as Samuels Luke's workmate in app development at Volcano Media
Turlough Convery as McNeish a colleague of Luke's
Jessica Ellerby as Jane Ansell a short-term, sexually permissive former girlfriend of Dylan's three and a half years before his diagnosis
Laura Aikman as Jo Luke's ex-girlfriend whose break-up with him deeply affected him
Stephen Wight as Jonno one of Luke's former co-workers as an app developer
Aimee Parkes as Helen the domineering wife of Angus
Nikki Amuka-Bird as Anna
Rosalie Craig as Bethany
Antonia Clarke as Frankie
Katrine De Candole as Agata
Jade Ogugua as Amy Douglas
James Martin as Dylan's neighbour
Cassie Layton as Emma
Pearce Quigley as Simon
Cara Theobold as Ilona
Claudia Jessie as Tasha
David Westhead as Alexander
Natalie Burt as Cressida
Paul Ritter as Peter
Deborah Findlay as Fiona
Jenny Bede as Isabel
Melanie Hudson as Martha Wells
Ian Kelsey as James Hamilton
Karl Johnson as Richard
Kevin O'Loughlin as Charlie
Siobhan Redmond as Janie Witter
Duncan Pow as Gareth
Tony Gardner as Julian Witter
Robyn Milne as Mandy
Bekka Bowling as Zoe
Chris Donald as Laurence
Vicki Pepperdine as Doctor
Gayle Telfer Stevens as Clinic Nurse
Sharon MacKenzie as Phoebe's Mum
Oliver Alvin-Wilson as Alex
Elena Saurel as Bianca
Clare Wille as Diana
Paul Chaal as Estate Agent
George Docherty as First Customer
Nomaan Khaan as Supermarket Manager
Jade Ewen as Miranda
Tom Golding as Jamie
Florence Hall as Georgina
Solomon Israel as Greg
Kim Allan as Catriona
Oliver Coopersmith as Scott
Jordan Coulson as Robbie
Rob Crouch as Vince
Sara Vickers as Cara
Tom Bell as Ben
Ian Burfield as Stallholder
Laura Evelyn as Receptionist
Rich Hardesty as Joe
John-Luke Roberts as Nathan
Alisa Anderson as Krissi
Daisy Beaumont as Vicar
Tala Gouveia as Naomi
Isabelle Joss as Receptionist
Tom Stourton as Ivan
Morag Calder as Mug Buyer
Bruce Mackinnon as Hotel Manager
Sophie Stevens as Nicole
Lolly Adefope as Charlotte
Laura Ferries as Lady in Red
John Scougall as James
Eleanor Wyld as Gabby
Mike Wozniak as Doctor
Seylan Baxter as Vince's Accomplice
Sara Clark-Downie as Rosie
Sam Lathem as Bouncer
Moon Saker as Sauna Girl
Kieran Hodgson as Simeon
Paul Longley as Rob
Alex Lowe as Steve
Tom Duncan as Party Guest
Scott Gilmour as Best Man
Grant Thomson as Male Patient
Gabby Best as Wendy
Robert Lonsdale as Steve
Simon Tait as Doll Collector
Greg Miller Burns as Christian
Kerry Lynn Hamilton as Policewoman
Molly Innes as Female Patient
Sharon Young as Jemima
Charlie Leech as Awards Announcer
Buchan Lennon as Pete
Finlay McLean as Hotel Guest
Tom Cox as Andy
Dafydd Llyr-Thomas as Brian
Neil Thomas as Roof Patient
Oliver Powell as Ed
Jaz Deol as Adal
What are Lovesick filming details?
"Lovesick" series are produced by Clerkenwell Films.
The average duration of each episode is 21 - 27 minutes. Country of origin: United Kingdom. Original language: English.
What are critics and audiences saying about Lovesick TV series?
"Lovesick" TV series got average rating from critics. IMDB rating is 8.1/10. Rotten Tomatoes rating is 29/100.
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