BRAND NEW SERIES ‘IT’S A SIN’ COMING EXCLUSIVELY TO STAN

November 20, 2020

Starring Years & Years frontman Olly Alexander, Neil Patrick Harris and Stephen Fry, the new series by Emmy Nominated Russell T. Davies explores friendship and love during the 1980s AIDS crisis and will premiere 2021, only on Stan.
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BRAND NEW SERIES ‘IT’S A SIN’ COMING EXCLUSIVELY TO STAN

Starring Years & Years frontman Olly Alexander, Neil Patrick Harris and Stephen Fry, the new series by Emmy Nominated Russell T. Davies explores friendship and love during the 1980s AIDS crisis and will premiere 2021, only on Stan.

Stan today announced that It’s A Sin, the brand new 5-part drama series from award-winning writer, Russell T. Davies, will premiere in Australia in 2021, only on Stan. The series will also premiere on Channel 4 in the UK and HBO Max in the U.S.

Set in the 1980s, It’s A Sin stars a cast of established and rising talent led by Olly Alexander (Skins, God Help the Girl, Penny Dreadful) including Neil Patrick Harris (A Series of Unfortunate Events, How I Met Your Mother), Stephen Fry (Wilde, Gosford Park, Bones), Lydia West (Years and Years), Keeley Hawes (Honour, Bodyguard, The Durrells, Line of Duty), Shaun Dooley (Gentleman Jack, Broadchurch, Woman in Black), Omari Douglas (Wise Children) and Tracy-Ann Oberman (Friday Night Dinner, Toast of London, After Life). The series also sees television acting debuts for exciting new talent Nathaniel Curtis and Callum Scott Howells.

It’s A Sin explores the lives of Ritchie (Alexander), Roscoe (Douglas) and Colin (Howells) as they embark on a new life in London at the beginning of the decade. Strangers at first, these young gay lads, and their best friend Jill (West), find themselves thrown together, and soon share each other’s adventures. But a new virus is on the rise, and soon their lives will be tested in ways they never imagined. As the decade passes, and they grow up in the shadow of AIDS, they’re determined to live and love more fiercely than ever.

Produced by Red Productions, the series is written and executive produced by Primetime Emmy Nominated Russell T Davies (Queer as Folk, A Very English Scandal, Years and Years), with Red Production’s Nicola Shindler (Happy Valley, Traces) also executive producing.

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