Bliss. Image shows from L to R: Kim (Heather Graham), Andrew (Stephen Mangan), Denise (Jo Hartley). Copyright: Big Talk Productions


  • TV comedy drama
  • Sky One
  • 2018
  • 6 episodes (1 series)

Comedy drama about a bigamist written by David Cross and starring Stephen Mangan, Heather Graham and Jo Hartley. Also features Spike White, Hannah Millward, Goran Kostic and Oscar Kennedy.

  • Episode 1 repeated Wednesday at 2:35am on Sky Comedy

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Series 1, Episode 6

Bliss. Andrew (Stephen Mangan)
To his horror, Andrew realises that his son, Kris, is about to start a new job at his other house. Staring down the barrel of certain disaster, Andrew goes to extreme lengths to save himself, unaware that his partners are set on a collision course...

Broadcast details

Wednesday 21st March 2018
Sky One
30 minutes


Show past repeats

Date Time Channel
Thursday 22nd March 2018 3:00am Sky2
Thursday 22nd March 2018 10:00pm Sky2
Sunday 25th March 2018 2:30am Sky1
Monday 31st July 2023 2:30am Sky Comedy
Friday 27th October 2023 9:30am Sky Comedy
Friday 27th October 2023 6:00pm Sky Comedy
Wednesday 20th March 2024 2:25am Sky Comedy
Wednesday 27th March 2024 3:05am Sky Comedy

Cast & crew

Stephen Mangan Andrew
Heather Graham Kim
Jo Hartley Denise
Spike White Kris
Hannah Millward Christina
Goran Kostic Vlad
Oscar Kennedy Kristaps
Guest cast
Blake Harrison Man (Voice)
Writing team
David Cross Writer
Production team
David Cross Director
Clelia Mountford Producer
David Cross Executive Producer
Kenton Allen Executive Producer
Matthew Justice Executive Producer
Sharon Horgan Executive Producer
Jon Mountague Executive Producer
Mark Chappell Executive Producer
Jonathan Glatzer Executive Producer
Helen Taylor Co-producer
Kirsten Eller Line Producer
Mark Henson Editor
Dennis De Groot Production Designer
Julie Harkin Casting Director
Michael Hothorn Casting Director
Annie Hardinge Costume Designer
Andy Hollis Director of Photography
Juliette Tomes Make-up Designer
Mark Rivers Composer
Matthew Gallagher (as Matt Gallagher) 1st Assistant Director


The final episode of the double-life dramedy is all blind panic, as Andrew (Stephen Mangan) tries everything to stop his son visiting the house of his secret other family. In less skilful hands than Mangan's this scenario might be too absurd or just too stressful and unpleasant, but somehow he gets you to buy in.

Jack Seale, The Guardian, 21st March 2018

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