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Max: the British miniseries in a dystopian future that has only 6 chapters

Max: the British miniseries in a dystopian future that has only 6 chapters

Find out what this British miniseries is about, which was acclaimed by the public and garnered criticism around the world.

Are you wanting to watch a series, but don’t want it to have too many chapters? This news is for you. Today we bring you Years and Yearsan HBO and BBC co-production that It has only 6 episodes 60 minutes in which you will enter the family life of the Lyons in a dystopian future in the United Kingdom.

The series created by Russell T Davies (writer and producer of Doctor Who, Queer as Folk, Bob and Rose, Casanova, among others) and directed by Simon Cellan Jones and Lisa Mulcahy aired in 2019 and since then it has only had good repercussions. Davies commented that this bestseller took almost two decades of writing.

What Years and Years is about, Max’s miniseries

The series tells the story of the Lyons brothers over 15 years. In this period of time, the United Kingdom is convulsed by an unstable political, economic and technological situation fueled by Vivienne Rook.

The chapters closely follow this Manchester family that is made up of Daniel’s marriage to Ralph, while Stephen and Celeste worry about their children. On the other hand, Rosie seeks to win over a boy while Edith carries out humanitarian causes. However, the main flashes point to Muriel, the grandmother and matriarch who leads the family.

Years and Years trailer, Max miniseries

Embed – Years & Years | Trailer (HBO)

Cast of Years and Years, Max’s miniseries

  • Emma Thompson as Vivienne Rook
  • Anne Reid as Muriel Deacon
  • Rory Kinnear as Stephen Lyons
  • T’Nia Miller as Celeste Bisme-Lyons
  • Russell Tovey as Daniel Lyons
  • Jessica Hynes as Edith Lyons
  • Ruth Madeley as Rosie Lyons
  • Lydia West as Bethany Bisme-Lyons
  • Jade Alleyne as Ruby Bisme-Lyons
  • Maxim Baldry as Viktor Goraya
  • Sharon Duncan-Brewster as Fran Baxter

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