**New Episodes Every Thursday** Set in an eerily familiar future, The Commons tells the story of gifted neuropsychologist Eadie Boulay (Joanne Froggatt) who is desperate to conceive a child. Yet facing a climate crisis and a crumbling social order, the question of bringing a child into the world is a whole lot more complicated than it used to be.
The Commons Ep. 1
In the near future, gifted neuropsychologist Eadie Boulay is desperate to conceive a child. Faced with next level climate change, the question of bringing a child into the world is a whole lot more complicated than it used to be.
The Commons Ep. 2
Eadie’s desperation to conceive leads to a dangerous bargain with Shay. Her offer to take his National Service days at one of the city’s Resettlement Centres will seem a small price to pay for the chance to have a child.
The Commons Ep. 3
Eadie’s deception runs deeper as the pregnancy progresses and she needs to make good on her offer to take Shay’s National Service days at one of the city’s emergency Resettlement Centres.
The Commons Ep. 4
Eadie’s drive to help Rachel find her family lost in the storm gives her a front row view of what people are experiencing further out in the hot zones.
The Commons Ep. 5
As Ivy stares down an uncertain future, her mood hits the skids and Lloyd looks to Shay to step up into his godfatherly role and help her find her feet.
The Commons Ep. 6
Lloyd and Eadie find themselves in the bombed remains of their relationship now that Eadie’s pregnancy has finally been revealed. But Lloyd can sense Eadie’s still hiding something from him.
The Commons Ep. 7
Eadie and the Latus have crossed a dangerous line and keeping them out of the hands of Border Authorities is going to cost more than they imagined.
Explain why Eadie’s pals deserve elbow room in a hydrated asylum over the other rabble? Why does this become a cause celebre? She’s a big hero for what? Breaking the law for her pals? It’s not a morality play, but it’s still WRONG.
Loving this. Interesting storylines, complicated interactions, personal conflicts....... the acting is very good as well. Look forward to every episode 👍👍
I love this series but why does it say each episode is 93 mins long but I’m only getting 43 mins long???
Absolutely fabulous - writing - characters - cast - story - wonderful! Cannot wait for season 2...3...4...