Next Episode of Isolation Stories is
not planed. TV Show was canceled.
Sheridan Smith, Robert Glenister, Tom Glenister, Darren Boyd, Angela Griffin, David Threlfall, Eddie Marsan and his sons Blu and Bodhi, Michael Jibson, Leanne Best and Philip Jackson star in Isolation Stories, a series of four short dramas depicting life in lockdown. Produced by Oscar nominated writer and producer Jeff Pope, and his factual drama label at ITV Studios, each episode will be 15 minutes in duration and will reflect what families are going through after weeks of isolation.Assembled in conditions the production company has never faced before and written and directed by an award-winning team, the series will air during the UK's lockdown period and feature moments that are funny, sad, heartwarming and poignant. ITV Studios will be making a donation to NHS charities as a consequence of recording the dramas.
Alone, heavily pregnant, and fed up with life, Mel faces having to go through birth without the married father of her child - who has chosen to stay with his wife and family - and without her own family, who have given her the cold shoulder. She might be the only person in the country who doesn't mind isolation. At least everyone else will understand what it's like to be miserable…
Ron is ill with the virus and is confused about where he is and what's happening to him. One of his sons, Russell, is trapped and isolating with him. Their relationship is already strained and old wounds are reopened as they are forced to spend all their time together. Russell becomes increasingly frantic as he tries to help Ron through the illness.
The worst fears of paranoid, self-absorbed hypochondriac Mike have come true. There is an unstoppable virus that affects us all, and you can catch it just by breathing! He insists on an online session with his psychiatrist Rochelle who must try and talk him down from the precipice. But who really is the patient, and who is the shrink?
A grandad resolves to bring his broken family together by...being a grandad. Able to pass by his son-in-law's house on the way to the grocery store, he stops off outside their window to lark about and make his grandkids smile. But his son-in-law, still suffering after his wife Karen left him, doesn't welcome these daily visits.
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