Series 2

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And so three became four…

Series One of ‘Threesome’ saw our irrepressible trio Alice, Mitch and Richie come to terms with impending parenthood, mounting responsibility and, in the game changing climax to Series One, finally meeting the new addition to their family: Lily Owen Valentine Ennis.

And then everyone grew up and they all lived happily ever after.

Well, almost…

Alice, Mitch and Richie have put their hedonistic lifestyle behind them, and are taking their parental responsibilities completely seriously. What parent wouldn’t settle an argument using ‘spin the baby’? But it’s not all plain, sensible sailing from now on. True, there are certain advantages to raising a baby in a threesome, such as: with three pairs of hands someone can always be taking a break. The disadvantages of raising a baby in a threesome are that, well, this is their threesome, and you can take the threesome out of the party, but you can’t take the party out of the threesome.

Having a baby has ushered in a new era of glorious chaos. Bringing up a child in a world fraught with dangers – from obsessive security guards and criminally incompetent secretaries, to predatory ex-boyfriends – is never easy at the best of times. But Alice, Mitch and Richie’s take on parenthood is somewhat… unique.
These early weeks with Lily are the start of a new adventure. How will Richie balance his career with fatherhood? How will Alice cope as a yummy mummy? How will Mitch cope at all, in general?

Welcome back to ‘Threesome’. Now – with baby on board.

Broadcaster: Comedy Central
Episodes: 7 x 30′

Creator & Writer: Tom MacRae
With: Tom Edge, Amy Shindler & Beth Chalmers
Director: Ian Fitzgibbon
Producer: Sam Ward
Series Producer: Luke Alkin
Executive Producers: Kenton Allen, Simon Curtis & Sarah Farrell

Series 1

Irish actress Amy Huberman (The Clinic) and Stephen Wight (Whites) play Alice and Mitch, a couple on the cusp of their thirties who have a close relationship with gay friend Richie, played by Emun Elliott (Lip Service).

After a big night out, they have an unplanned threesome – resulting in Richie getting Alice pregnant. Rather than letting it fracture their relationship, the trio decide to raise the child together.

Broadcaster: Comedy Central
Episodes: 7 x 30′

Writer: Tom MacRae
Producer: John Rushton
Series Producer: Luke Alkin
Executive Producers: Kenton Allen and Simon Curtis

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