BBC Three is to publish Just A Couple, a sitcom series about a "millennial couple". The show is described as being about "two young people who love each other, with all the trials and tribulations this presents."
The six-part series has been created, written and directed by Sebastian Thiel, an up-and-coming writer, producer and director in his mid-20s who has previously shot short films including Fill Me In and Illegal Activity. He first developed the format in 2015 with Michael Salami and Frieda Thiel, producing a four-part independent web series.
Episode 1 of the new series sees the couple taking a relationship quiz, and answers the question "Should you ever really ask your boyfriend what he would most like to change about you physically?"; and Episode 2 focuses on the concept of 'TV cheating'. When Mark finds out Shavon watched a whole series without him, he decides to see how far she'll go to keep her 'affair' secret.
Just A Couple is set to be broadcast on BBC Three's YouTube channel and website in weekly instalments, with Episode 1 due to go live on Thursday 9th March at 11am. Below is the trailer: