Still Up is an upcoming British comedy starring Antonia Thomas (Best Known For The Good Doctor, Lovesick, Small Axe) and Craig Roberts (Best Known for Submarine and Red Oaks). Apple announced that the show will premiere on September 22, 2023, with the first three episodes released on the same day.
Created by British actress Natalie Walter and Steve Burge, Still Up follows the relationship between Lisa (Antonia Thomas) and Danny (Craig Roberts). While Lisa is an optimistic illustrator and Danny is a socially anxious journalist, they both have insomnia.
This romantic comedy is set entirely at night as insomniacs Danny and Lisa bare their souls to one another. While the world sleeps, Danny and Lisa spend their long nights talking despite never meeting. And like most romantic comedies, Danny and Lisa end up falling in love with each other. Still Up also stars Blake Harrison as Veggie, Luke Fetherston as Adam, Lois Chimimba as Amy, Samantha Spiro as Veggie’s mother, and Rich Fulcher as Cat Man.
The show is produced by ‘I May Destroy You’ producer Phil Clarke and ‘Twelve Twelve’ producer Paul Schlesinger. Apple has released that the series will premiere on Friday, September 22, with the release of the first three episodes.
Still Up Early Reviews
Still Up is Apple TV Plus’s charming new British comedy that focuses on best friends Danny and Lisa, who are insomniacs. They try to spend their restless nights with zero sleep by talking to each other about everything and nothing, creating a deep and loyal friendship despite ever meeting one another.
Many early reviews have praised the performance of Antonia Thomas, who plays Lisa. The main leads are praised for connecting with the audience and making us fall in love with their romantic relationship without ever meeting one another in person.
Besides Danny and Lisa’s relationship, the show also focuses on Lisa’s partner, Veggie, and Danny’s neighbor, Adam, trying to help Danny (who might be developing agoraphobia) get out of his house and become more social.
Overall, Still Up has all of the charm that British romantic comedies are known for, along with good writing, excellent performances, and some funny moments.
Still Up Release Date
Apple TV+ announced that its upcoming British comedy show ‘Still Up’ will premiere globally on Friday, September 22. The show’s first three episodes will be released on September 22, and the remaining episodes will be released weekly on Friday.
The episodes of Still Up are expected to be released by Apple TV Plus’s standard release schedule. New episodes will be posted every Friday at midnight Eastern Time. Still Up will be released in different countries at this time:
- British Summer Time (BST): Friday, September 22, 2023, 5 AM
- Korean Standard Time (KST): Friday, September 22, 2023, 1 PM
- Brazil Time (BRT): Friday, September 22, 2023, 1 AM
- Indian Standard Time (IST): Friday, September 22, 2023, 9:30 AM
- Japan Standard Time (JST): Friday, September 22, 2023, 1 PM
- Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST): Friday, September 22, 2023, 2 PM
Still Up Episode Schedule
It has been announced that Apple TV Plus’s new British comedy show will have eight episodes, with the first three released on Friday, 2 September 222023. This romantic comedy show will be available globally on Apple TV+, with one episode released every week.
- Episode 1 “The Pharmacy” Friday, 2 September 222023
- Episode 2 “The Dress” Friday, 2 September 22, 2023
- Episode 3 “To Be Announced” Friday, 22th September, 2023
- Episode 4 “To Be Announced” Friday, 29th October, 2023
- Episode 5 “To Be Announced” Friday, 0 October 06 2023
- Episode 6 “To Be Announced” Friday, 1 October 13 2023
- Episode 7 “To Be Announced” Friday, 2 October 20 2023
- Episode 8 “To Be Announced” Friday, 2 October 27, 2023
Still Up Streaming Guide
Still Up is a British comedy show exclusively available on Apple TV+. Apple TV+ is a streaming service that features Apple Originals, compelling dramas, kid’s entertainment, and wonderful documentaries. Apple TV+ promises to release original content every week.
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