A dry-witted young woman attempts to navigate modern life in London while trying to come to terms with a recent tragedy.
Phoebe Waller-Bridge raised the bar in her hit TV show Fleabag. The first series of Fleabag won critical acclaim and was praised by fans for its emotional and sexual honesty, and for characters who were not always likable, never mind loveable, but also often very relatable. Series two, which has just wrapped up, marks the end of the sitcom about a Londoner struggling with the death of her best friend, a troublesome family, running her own business and navigating a tangle of unfulfilling and masochistic relationships. Waller-Bridge’s takes risks that are so impressive it left me in complete ore of this lady. In the final scene it is only what I can describe as genius TV!