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Family Remains Family for Better, for Worse: BBC One's ‘Here We Go’ Proves

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When it comes to comedy films, BBC One delivers its best. One of its newest accomplishments is a six-episode comedy, Here We Go, revolving around the everyday travails of family life.

The film first hit the media in 2020 with its initial sample episode, Pandemonium, starring Jim Howick, Katherine Parkinson, and Alison Steadman. This episode saw the Jessop family trying to tackle the lockdown life.

After the termination of their long-waited trip to Disneyland, the displeased family traveled to Margate for a holiday; things indeed went unintended.

Synopsis

The Jessop family returns with a complete series. Through this new project, they will sail everyday family life filled with relatable frustrations, disastrous trips, disappointing job interviews, missing pets, sabotaged weddings, and the endeavours to keep romance on fire in a worn-out marriage.

Review

The first episode follows Rachel's determination to use her birthday gift voucher from Paul before it terminates. The family intends to visit the Jungle World, an adventure park, but the D-day comes with many setbacks.

On the way, Sue confesses to being on a dog-sitting duty for her neighbor's dog, Lord Sugar, which brings all kinds of chaos.

Cast Members

Cast Members

Starring in Here We Know is Alison Steadman playing Sue Jessop. The grandma narrates how fun it is to be around her family. 

Jim Howick plays Paul Jessop as Sue's son. He is the messy man competing on an archery team at the Olympics; he grabs the 9th position. Katherine Parkinson depicts Rachel Jessop, Paul's wife and a career advisor. She finds her husband's brilliance as an ex-Olympian unendurable, but the pair's love keeps them together. 

Freya Parks enacts Amy, Paul, and Rachel's humorous teenage daughter. She always keeps her parents updated, has left school, and thinks of getting a job. Jude M-Collie portrays Sam; he is mainly behind the camera, recording his family's events for his highly adored project. 

Other characters include Maya Hughes (Mica), Tory A-Martin (Cherry), and Tom Basden (Robin, also the film's writer and creator). Here We Go airs on Friday, April 29th on BBC One.

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