Prepare to embark on an emotional journey through the intricate landscape of adolescent struggles in the upcoming series, ‘Everything Now.’ Initially known by its rawer title, ‘The F**k It Buck,’ this groundbreaking show is the brainchild of creator Ripley Parker (The Fuckit Bucket), who unveils a compelling narrative focused on the pressing mental health challenges British teenagers encounter. In particular, the series sheds light on the poignant issues revolving around food and body image. As the story unfolds, viewers will be drawn into the lives of its characters, gaining a profound understanding of the hurdles they face and the resilience that guides them through.
Everything Now Season 1 Release Date: When can we expect it?
The highly anticipated series, “Everything Now,” is just around the corner, set to premiere exclusively on Netflix on October 5th at 8 AM. With its release drawing near, viewers are advised to ensure their Netflix subscriptions are in order to dive into this captivating story. Don’t miss out on the chance to be among the first to experience the intriguing narrative of Mia Polanco and her journey of recovery and self-discovery. Get ready for an unforgettable viewing experience!
Everything Now Season 1 Plot: What’s it About?
“Emerging from an extensive battle with anorexia, Mia Polanco is eager to reclaim her life. However, she soon realizes that while she is on the path to recovery, her friends have forged ahead in their journeys. As she navigates this newfound disconnect, Mia grapples with the complexities of reintegration, seeking solace and understanding in unexpected places. Along the way, she forms unexpected alliances, confronts long-suppressed emotions, and unearths hidden strengths within herself. ‘Everything Now’ is a poignant exploration of resilience, friendship, and the transformative power of self-discovery as Mia charts her course through the intricate landscape of recovery and growth.”
Everything Now Season 1 Cast: Who will be in?
Sophie Wilde, renowned for her groundbreaking role in ‘Talk to Me’ as Mia, takes the lead in ‘Everything Now’. In ‘Talk to Me’, Mia copes with her mother’s apparent suicide and her strained relationship with her father. She discovers solace in a mystical hand that facilitates communication with spirits. This isn’t Wilde’s inaugural venture into television; she’s previously portrayed Scout in ‘Eden,’ Kyra in ‘You Don’t Know Me,’ and Sophia Western in ‘Tom Jones’. Accompanying Wilde is English comedian Stephen Fry, possibly portraying a doctor aiding Mia. Fry’s credits include Inspector Thompson in ‘Gosford Park’ and Deitrich in ‘V for Vendetta.’ The ensemble also features Niamh McCormack, Harry Cardby, Noah Thomas, Sam Reuben, George Greenland, Kiran Krishnakumar, Vivien Acheampong, Alex Hassell, Dee Ahluwalia, and Lauryn Ajufo.
Everything Now Season 1 Trailer: When can we watch it?
Netflix recently unveiled the debut trailer for ‘Everything Now,’ introducing audiences to the unique journey of Mia Polanco. Having battled severe anorexia for a significant portion of her life, Mia emerges from treatment, hoping to reintegrate into society. Entering Sixth Form, equivalent to ages 16-18 in England, Mia realizes leaving her past behind is easier said than done. The challenges of adolescence – bullying, romantic entanglements – are amplified. Yet, amid the turmoil, Mia finds solace in newfound friendships and potential romances. For similar shows, you can also check the Other Black Girl, a newly released show on Hulu.