CHANNEL 4 have revealed the first look images for the new comedy series "Everyone Else Burns" – Starring Simon Bird.
The six-part comedy series will centre around a family in a fictional Christian community.
Inbetweeners star, Simon Bird, 38 is set to lead the cast in the brand new coming-of-age story hitting screens soon.
He is best known for playing Will McKenzie in the multi-award-winning E4 comedy series The Inbetweeners.
Throughout Everyone Else Burns, we follow a family headed by David (Simon Bird, but with a very different haircut).
David, like his family (played by Kate O’Flynn, Amy James-Kelly and Harry Connor) is devoted to preparing for Armageddon and avoiding eternal damnation, although worldly temptations sometimes get in the way.
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The synopsis reads: "Everyone Else Burns is a coming-of-age comedy about a Mancunian family and the puritanical Christian sect they are devoted to."
"Will patriarchal David Lewis ever ascend the church ranks and become an Elder? Will dutiful wife Fiona deviate from her own dogmatic moral compass? Will their naïve 17-year-old daughter Rachel be allowed to go to university, and will 12-year-old son Aaron ever fend off his secular bullies? All could lead to damnation."
The series has been described as "funny, warm, and light".
It's a "subversive, authentic and bitingly funny exploration" into what it feels like to balance faith, family and identity in a world that could end tomorrow.
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The cast of Everyone Else Burns also features British actor, Kadiff Kirwan who's known for his roles in Channel 4's Chewing Gum and Fleabag.
Joining the cast is also BBC's Ghosts star Lolly Adefope.
The cast also includes the comic talents of Al Roberts (Stath Lets Flats), Liam Williams (Ladhood) and Soph Galustian (Peck Eds), among others.
The series is written by Oliver Taylor and Dillon Mapletoft, and produced by Jax Media and Universal International Studios.
Everyone Else Burns is launching on Channel 4 and All 4 in January 2023.
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