- 2015 - 2016
- BBC Two
- 12 (2 series)
- Elliott Kerrigan
- Rebecca Root, Harry Hepple, Denise Welch, Nigel Betts, Jonny Dixon, Janine Duvitski, Lizzie Roper, Vineeta Rishi and others
- Elliott Kerrigan, Simon Carlyle and Andrew Mettam
- Paul Norton Walker
- Margot Gavan Duffy, Paul McKenzie, Sophie Clarke-Jervoise, Kristian Smith and Pete Thornton
Series 1 starts with Leo having a bad day. He's been fired (again), is being given a hard time by his mum and, to cap it all, his blind date fails to show up. But then he bumps into Judy and finds himself deeply attracted to this surprising and beguiling woman.
They bond over drinks and, unfazed by the fact that there's a bit of an age gap between them, arrange to meet the following evening. Leo's mother is unhappy that he's having dinner with an older woman. But Leo doesn't care what she thinks; he knows that he's just met someone very special.
Later in the series, Judy reveals to Leo that she is a transgender woman. However, this doesn't phase him and they continue their relationship.
In Series 2, Judy and Leo are in love, committed to one another and making plans for a future together. Their respective families are very supportive but cannot help sticking their noses in and causing a fair amount of chaos along the way.
Leo and Judy are living together happily at Peggy's house, even if there's not a lot of privacy to be had with Jackie in residence too. However, when Leo receives an enticing job offer - at the same time that Peggy starts experiencing some worrying health issues - the couple's relationship faces a major challenge and there are big questions to be resolved.
- Production company
- Laugh track
- First broadcast
- Thursday 3rd September 2015 on BBC Two at 9:30pm
- Last new broadcast
- Thursday 4th August 2016 on BBC Two at 10pm
- Length of episodes
- 30 minutes
- Last repeat
- Saturday 10th October 2015 at 11:30pm