Gender politics comedy-drama Chivalry starts tonight.
Comedian Steve Coogan is back on Channel 4 with the new comedy-drama series taking a fresh look at gender politics. Chivalry follows indie filmmaker Bobby Sohrabi who desperately tries to salvage Cameron O'Neil's problematic new film. Bobby is played by Sarah Solemani who joins Coogan as a writer for the show.
Cameron struggles to keep his relevancy as he dodges being 'cancelled' but as they work together, he's surprised to find his creative side starting to blossom again. Here's everything you need to know about Chivalry.
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Who is the cast?
Chivalry boasts a star-studded cast from all over the world, including Emmy award-winning Wanda Sykes as studio executive Jean Shrill , Sienna Miller as Cameron’s leading lady Lark , and Lolly Adefope as Ama, Cameron’s latest assistant. Rounding out the cast is Aisling Bea as intimacy coordinator Tatiana, and Adjani Salmon as Bobby’s devoted and patient husband, Aston.
Where can I watch it?
Chivalry starts April 21 on Channel 4 at 10pm. If you miss it tonight, you can catch up later on Channel 4's streaming service 4 on Demand. There will be six episodes in total with the series finale falling on May 26.