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Storyline

Comedy drama about the final days of mankind. Mild-mannered Slough Bank Manager Jamie (Mathew Baynton) is in a rut - albeit a very organized one - consumed by grief for his missing wife. All of that soon changes, however, when he's arrested on suspicion of cyber terrorism and realizes that, somehow, he must have an identical twin, and that his mum Paula (Pauline Quirke) has some serious explaining to do. Halfway around the world in New Mexico, unassuming librarian Rhonda (Jenna Fischer) enters a maximum-security prison for a crime she didn't commit, and reluctantly falls under the wing of unhinged white supremacist Leanne (Megan Mullally). At the Vatican, meanwhile, foul-mouthed rebel Priest Father Jude (Rob Lowe) interviews the beautiful Sister Celine (Gaia Scodellaro) for a role in his office of the Devil's Advocate. These are just some of the eclectic and seemingly unconnected characters whose lives will start to intersect in the most unexpected ways as news breaks that a comet is on an unavoidable collision course towards Earth and will hit in just thirty-four days. Some of them are destined to make it to a bunker deep beneath the suburbs of Slough and, as a result, will become the hugely unlikely (and, frankly, somewhat unsuitable) future of mankind.

Country: United Kingdom

Type: scripted

Status: Ended

Language: English

Release Date: September 30, 2015

Also Known As: Zűrös végítélet, You, Me and the End of the World |  See more »

Parents Guide: Spain (16), UK (15) |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

vatican
comet
end of the world
priest

Company Credits

Production Co: Working Title Television, Big Balls Films |  See more »

Cast

Janusz Sheagall
as Polish Hospital Official
Razak Osman
as Soldier
Mike Willoughby
as Fanatical Worshipper
Sean a m Brennan
as Lost Soul
Maisey Bawden
as Genesis Survivor
Alex Jaep
as Young Priest
Ian Porter
as Homeland Spokesman
Kevin Fyfe
as Firefighter
Eben Young
as U.S. Newsreader
Will Attenborough
as Bobby Jr.
Nigel Lowe
as Navy Admiral
Jean-Philippe Boriau
as Rambo Gang
Noni Harrison
as Bride
Patricia Bright
as Newsreader
Tom Clarke Hill
as Todd Sr
Adam Nagaitis
as Todd Jr
Joanna Westcott
as US Politician
Tatiana Natalia Carpenter
as Pedestrian
Richard Clark
as Protester
William Meredith
as Newsreader/US Newsreader
Elizabeth Moynihan
as Carrie
Adam McNamara
as Security Guard
Nick Offerman
as Buddy
Grace Taylor
as Frankie
Anastasia Hille
as Mary
Robert G. Slade
as Judge
Surah Swaleh
as Girl dressed as a princess
Ronan Summers
as Guard Chardwick
Joe Weller
as U.S Soldier
Tobias James-Samuels
as Washington Police
Denis Khoroshko
as Mirinov
Lasco Atkins
as Scientist
Edward Judge
as Max
Mark Baxter
as Security Guard
Dilyana Bouklieva
as Nurse
Leigh Dent
as Prisoner
Agata Jarosz
as Polish Doctor
Sascha Panknin
as Fanatical Worshipper
Mariola Jaworska
as Religious Member of the Public in Poland
Célia Alturas
as Prison Guard
Joe Creaser
as Passerby
Claire Brown
as Prison Guard
Matthew Rohman
as Goth
Shaquille Ali-Yebuah
as Gavin
Jane Bertish
as Mother Benedicta
André Agius
as Waiter
Naoko Mori
as Nocturnapram Professor
Helena Collins O'Connor
as Mugger
Kyle Soller
as Scotty McNeil
Alisdair McKee
as Homeless Man
Pete Meads
as Police Officer
Rebecca Callas
as Reporter
Ursula Kopp
as Passerby
Sophie Fletcher
as UK Newsreader
Bronagh Gallagher
as Larsson
Christina Pennant
as Clubber
Charles Falzon
as Sinister Man
Sammy Jonas Heaney
as teenage boy
Lloyd Owen
as U.S. President/US President
Philip Ridout
as General
Anna Jones
as News Anchor
Rob Lowe
as Father Jude
Wayne Gibbon
as Market trader
Jackie Mouzo
as Prisoner
Holli Dempsey
as Jolene
Kevin Shen
as Johansson
Shane Nolan
as Police Officer
Philip Mizzi
as Priest
Nadia Townsend
as Scientist
Simon Gregor
as Tramp
Sarah de Freitas
as Rosita
Gintare Beinoraviciute
as Citizen
Kevin Naudi
as Italian Policeman
Nick Tavender
as Worshipper
Nicholas Pauling
as Tim
Brendan Sean Murray
as Neil Duncan
Fred King
as Fanatical Worshipper
Harry Berry
as Passerby
Glenn Webster
as Hare Krishna Devotee
Lloyd McGuire
as Magistrate
Christine Edwards
as Elderly Woman
Trevor Watts
as Intelligence Officer
Harry Brewis
as Eton Member
Andrew Byron
as Prosecutor
Alana Hood
as Genesis Survivor
Max Brown
as Dr. Samuel
Pippa Winslow
as US Politician
Nigel Barber
as General
Janette Sharpe
as Nun/Prisoner
Amanda Jane Woods
as Genesis Survivor
Branka Katic
as Antonia
Jenna Fischer
as Rhonda
Martyn Mayger
as Vatican Priest
Charlie Condou
as Father Alphonse
Kirsty Mitchell
as Nocturnapram Reporter
Pauline Quirke
as Paula
Yuric Allison
as Old Homeless Man
Marian Lorencik
as Hospital Security
Phelim Kelly
as Warsaw Protester
Sylvie Bolioli
as Sister Francoise
James McNeill
as Eddie
Wendy Kweh
as Nurse
Maxine Registe
as Genesis Survivor
Karla Crome
as Layla
Paul Portelli
as Homeless Man
Richard Banks
as Scientist
Bern Collaço
as Worshipper
Diana Rigg
as Sutton
Miroslav Zaruba
as Videographer
Christopher Goh
as UK Newsreader
Natasha Gordon
as Higgs
Gaia Scodellaro
as Sister Celine
Antonio Magro
as Giovanni
Sara Powell
as Naomi
Tamara Sharpe
as Hockey Player/Prisoner
Mathew Baynton
as Ariel/Jamie
Anthony Howell
as Father Christophe
Prasanna Puwanarajah
as Rajesh
Begona F. Martin
as Italian pub Kissing girl
Nina Sosanya
as U.S. Marshall Tess Carter
Anick Wiget
as Inmate
Deborah Rock
as Passerby
Charleen Meredith
as Genesis Survivor
Megan Mullally
as Leanne
June Whitfield
as God
Laurel Lefkow
as Politician
Brendon Berg
as Man in Market
Stephen Parker
as Mission Controller
Cathy Henderson
as Crazy Pink Fairy Queen
Paul Blackwell
as Court Guard
Cassandre Sauré
as Dancing Nun/Scared woman
Fabian McCallum
as Spike
Tim Wallers
as Vicar
Debbie Chazen
as Myrta
Anna-Maria Everett
as Mother Superior
Lee Asquith-Coe
as Sgt Bingham
Sofia Abbasi
as Glamorous Lady
Mike Pinfield
as Pub customer
Richard Stanley
as Passerby
Helene Maksoud
as US Newscaster
Paterson Joseph
as General Arnold Gaines
Atul Sharma
as Policeman
Tommy Knight
as Dealer Dan
Erica Muscat
as Homeless Woman
Nigel Lindsay
as Arden
Mark Haldor
as Naked Man
Ray Callaghan
as Elderly Man
Bruce Mackinnon
as Molby
Louis Mahoney
as Cardinal Anderson
David Terry
as Security Guard
Jeremiah Olaleye
as Secret Service Agent
Steve Barnett
as Court Juror
Fiona Button
as Skye
Sanjeev Kohli
as Doctor
Kornelia Horvath
as Mourner
Oliver Ford Davies
as Cardinal Crawshaw
Rebecca Herszenhorn
as Intern
Micky Woodman
as Prison visitor
Suzann McLean
as Ruth
Joel Fry
as Dave
Piotr Baumann
as Mortician
Zbigniew Piotrowicz
as Warsaw Protester
Jeff Mash
as Jacob Gardner
Geoffrey Burton
as Arless
Divian Ladwa
as Jamie's Solicitor
Ann Akinjirin
as Bank Customer

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2016 | 10 Episodes

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