Douglas Is Cancelled

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Hugh Bonneville and Karen Gillan in Douglas Is Cancelled

Douglas Is Cancelled

Full series drop available on ITVX on Thursday 27 June 2024.

Series overview

Douglas Is Cancelled is a four-part comedy drama about cancel culture, set in the world of television news, starring Hugh Bonneville, Karen Gillan, Ben Miles, Alex Kingston, Nick Mohammed and Simon Russell Beale and written by Primetime Emmy and BAFTA Winning screenwriter Steven Moffat. 

National treasure news presenter Douglas Bellowes tells a sexist joke at a wedding - will his career survive? And is anyone, at home or at the office really on his side?

Episode 1

TV presenter Douglas faces the backlash of a sexist joke made at a wedding, as his co-host Madeline accidentally amplifies the situation. But was it an accident?

Cast

Douglas - HUGH BONNEVILLE
Madeline - KAREN GILLAN
Toby - BEN MILES
Sheila - ALEX KINGSTON
Morgan - NICK MOHAMMED 
Bently - SIMON RUSSELL BEALE 
Claudia - MADELEINE POWER
Tom - JOE WILKINSON
Theresa - MILLICENT WONG
Driver - TOBY LONGWORTH
Sebastian - MICHAEL PARR
Tilson - PATRICK BALADI
Helen - STEPHANIE HYAM


 

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