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About this title

Storyline

This audacious drama follows an ordinary Manchester family and catapults them through the next 15 years. As the Britain of this imaginary drama is rocked by political, economic and technological advances, the family experiences everything hoped for in the future, and everything that is feared.

Country: United Kingdom

Type: scripted

Status: Ended

Language: English

Release Date: May 14, 2019

Also Known As: Years and Years, Évek alatt |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (M), Brazil (16) |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

political activism
dystopia
family relationships
miniseries

Company Credits

Production Co: Red Production Company, Home Box Office (HBO)

Cast

Gracy Goldman
as Wytel Expert
James Mansfield
as Bus Driver
Rish Shah
as Ahmed
Elizabeth O'Neal
as Zoe
Alexander Armstrong
as Alexander Armstrong
Jamel Dwyer
as Rider
Bhavik C. Pankhania
as Alam Mohammed
Linda E Greenwood
Sue Devaney
as Barbara Hopkins
Zita Sattar
as Yvonne Bukhari
Michael Moreland
as Martin Morris
Noel Sullivan
as Tony Watts
Lora Moss
as Refugee
Dino Fetscher
as Ralph Cousins
Rob Day
as Police Officer
Eamonn Riley
as Returning Officer
Russell Tovey
as Daniel Lyons
Simon Darwen
as Wildlife expert
Victoria Hughes
as Election debate crowd
Jeremy Walker
as Jim (Government Exec)
David Aspinall
as Bank customer
Ellie Haddington
as Dr. Moss
Beatrice Curnew
as British Expert
Mark Hugh-Williams
as Family Friend/Neighbor
Joy Plaquia
as Student
Juan Wilken
as Riku Tanaka
Dan McGee
as Bank customer
Antony Barlow
as Evacuee/Woody's Office Worker
Maxim Baldry
as Viktor Goraya
Rachel Logan
as Elaine Parris
Will Barnett
as Rough lad
Dave Elcock
as Hospital Visitor/Wytel Worker
Alex Chandy
as Election Debate Crowd
Tim Bruce
as Politics Expert
Andrew Readman
as Trevor Lyle
Rory Kinnear
as Stephen Lyons
Roger Ringrose
as Emergency Newscaster
Emma Fielding
as Jane Bordolino
Riley D McGuire
as Refugee
Temi Wilkey
as Lulu
Julie Peasgood
as Julie Peasgood
Roy Tucker
as Bank Customer
Joshua McGahan
as Bodyguard
Tamar Baruch
as Elodie
Edward Nkom
as Debo Pepple
Neilesh Ambu
as Waiting room visitor
Serena Stampfer
as Rioter/Woman taking selfies
Reeta Chakrabarti
as Reeta Chakrabarti
Lara Amanda Guimaraes Norton
as Younger Bethany Bisme-Lyons
Shaun McGowan
as Archie Goolding
Stuart D. Latham
as Ukrainian Refugee
Tara Daniels
as Security Guard
Alexsandra Silva
as Happy Party Guest
Lydia West
as Bethany Bisme-Lyons
Dennis O'Donnell
as Election Guest
Eddie Sarsfield
as Elodie's Man
Lucas Antoine Starrets
as Water Refugee
Peter McPherson
as Stooge
Emma Thompson
as Vivienne Rook
Sandeep Sharma
as Mr. Jaysundera
Shannon Hayes
as Lizzie Mbeko
Elie Haddad
as Tadeo
John Howarth
as Mr. Chakrabati
Kate Cook
as Finance Expert
Adele Lupton
as Refugee
George Gjiggy Francis
as Inmate
Jack Egan
as Soldier
Marilyn Lucas-Thorpe
as Younger Ruby Bisme-Lyons
Kerrie Southwart
as Leeds woman
William Bale
as Press
Charlotte Asprey
as Madeline Barry
Natasha Jayetileke
as Channel India Interviewer
John Mcgrellis
as Head of Security
Bronte Barbe
as Lucille
Elly Condron
as Reporter
Andrew Byron
as Ukrainian Police
Juliet Hartley
as Elsie
Christopher Ben
as Officer Leeds
Monica Sagar
as Aalia
Paul Day
as Detention Centre Guard
Ian Hislop
as Ian Hislop
Finlay Roberts
as Refugee
Jessica Hynes
as Edith Lyons
Adam Karim
as Nurse
Alexander Milburn
as Ukrainian boy
Jack Kane
as Clyde
Craig Gazey
as Steven Lyons
Nadia Albina
as Security Guard
Paul Merton
as Paul Merton
Siri Ellis
as Alliance staff member
Aqib Khan
as Vijay Babu
Julia Sandiford
as Media 24 Newsreader
Jennifer Leong
as Claverton Nurse
Simon Naylor
as Policeman
Aaron Ansari
as Lincoln Lyons
Andrew Joshi
as Point 5 Newsreader
David Crellin
as Stan Thomas
João Rei Villar
as Spanish Policeman
Heather Dutton
as Lesley
Pauline Fleming
as Landlady
Lily Francesca Harrison
as Bethany's Co-Worker
John Alan Roberts
as Roy Bassett
Adam Little
as Lee Lyons
Stephen Seal
as Prison Officer
Lee Latchford-Evans
as Lee Latchford-Evans
Mark Anthony Dawson
as Journalist
Jane Hamer
as Beverly
Mark Heal
as Red-Faced Man
Mary Nightingale
as Mary Nightingale
Callum Woolford
as Lee Lyons
Naomi Alice Bridges
as Ephanie Cross
Dan Starkey
as Mr. Briscoe
Jodie Prenger
as Debbie Green
Nila Aalia
as Question Time Host
Luke Halliwell
as Lofty
Adesuwa Oni
as Nigerian Woman
Tomasz Schafernaker
as Self
Guy Slocombe
as Ice 1 Jung Minn
Glen McCready
as Signor
Krissi Bohn
as Lucie Denham
Ayesha De Garci
as Claverton Receptionist
Perveen Hussain
as Dr. Farooq
Keith Bunnett
as Polling Station Official
Mika Wingate
as Slovakian Woman
Simon McCoy
as Simon McCoy
Mark Fisher
as Election Guest
Kieran O'Brien
as Woody
Dermot O'Leary
as Dermot O'Leary
Tina Louise Owens
as Election Guest
Anne Reid
as Muriel Deacon
Aiden Li
as Lincoln Lyons
Lee Comley
as Network 85 Newsreader
Jake Benson
as Chief Erstwhile Guard
Jade Alleyne
as Ruby Bisme-Lyons
Daniel Hopkins
as Richard
Ruth Madeley
as Rosie Lyons
Kath Hughes
as Woman in Blue
Ross Grant
as Billy Fitz
Susan Momoko Hingley
as Dr. Eto
Steve Money
as Arthur
Idriss Kargbo
as Nigerian Lad
Sharon Duncan-Brewster
as Fran Baxter
Adrianna Bertola
as Teenage girl
Jamie Thayer
as Nina
Glen Fox
as Office expert
Nadia Shash
as Expert 1
T'Nia Miller
as Celeste Bisme-Lyons
Lynn Roden
as Hester Finch
Adam Bosworth
as Home Owner
George Bukhari
as Jonjo Aleef
Jennifer Bulcock
as Voter
Charles Armstrong
as Economics Editor

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2019 | 6 Episodes

Media

All

Awards

Awards & NominationsSee more »

Royal Television Society, UK 2019

Nominee

Royal Television Society, UK

Music - Original Score

Ruderman Family Foundation Seal of Authentic Representation 2019

Winner

Ruderman Family Foundation Seal of Authentic Representation

Authentic Representation

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