Everything Now Season 1 Preview
Everything Now is set to premiere this month. Initially, the series was meant to be called The Fuck-It Bucket. The series was developed by Left Bank Pictures with Ripley Parker as the screenplay writer.
If you’ve been following this British teen drama, you may be curious to find out when Season 1 of this teen, thriller drama will release. Well, wonder no more. Here is everything we know about Everything Now Season 1, including its release date, time, cast, and where you can watch it.
What is Everything Now Season 1 about?
The series is centred on a 16-year-old British girl. She rejoins school after a hospital stay caused by anorexia nervosa. However, a lot of things have changed and she struggles to keep up with her friends.
We will have extensive coverage for Everything Now across the site, including recaps for all episodes and a full season review. Feel free to check those once the series drops.
Where Can I Watch Everything Now?
Since Everything Now is a Netflix original, the show will be released exclusively on the streaming platform globally. This is the only place you’ll be able to watch this one.
Everything Now Season 1 Release Date
Everything Now Season 1 is all set to release on Thursday 5th October at 8am (GMT) / 3am (ET). Season 1 will have a total of 8 episodes. Expect all episodes to drop at the same time, with each having a runtime of 38-40 minutes approximately.
How Many Episodes Will Everything Now Season 1 Have?
The upcoming season 1 of Everything Now will have 8 episodes. Expect the episodes to be dropped with relevant subtitles as well as dubs in multiple languages, including English, Hindi, Japanese, Brazilian and many more.
Everything Now Season 1 Cast
The show will be led by Australian actress Sophia Wilde popularly known for her role as Stan in Eden. She will be joined by the award-winning Lauryn Ajufo and Jessie Mae Alonzo.
Actor, comedian and writer Stephen John Fry will also be joining the project and will play the role of Dr. Nell. Alexander Stephen Hassel will play Mia’s dad and Vivienne Acheampong will portray the role of Mia’s mom.
Is There A Trailer For Everything Now Season 1?
There is indeed! You can find a teaser for the new season of this Netflix drama below:
What do you hope to see as the series progresses? What’s been your favourite moment of Everything Now so far? Let us know in the comments below!