Pls Like. Liam (Liam Williams). Copyright: Left Bank Pictures
Pls Like

Pls Like

  • TV sitcom
  • BBC Three
  • 2017 - 2021
  • 18 episodes (3 series)

Mockumentary starring Liam Williams as a man learning how to become a YouTube star. Also features Tim Key, Emma Sidi, Jon Pointing, Arnab Chanda, Tom Stourton and more.

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Series 2, Episode 6 - The Likeys

Pls Like. Image shows from L to R: DumpGhost (Tom Stourton), Millipede (Emma Sidi)
Liam Williams goes to the ceremony of 'The Likeys', the awards celebrating positivity in the vlogging world.

Further details

Liam Williams goes to the ceremony of 'The Likeys', an awards celebrating positivity in the vlogging world. When Liam arrives at the awards all seems well. The awards are handed out and everybody is excited for the 'biggest selfie in the world ever'. But when DumpGhost and his 'Ghost Army' arrives it seems the party might be over...

Broadcast details

Tuesday 25th September 2018
BBC Three
17 minutes, 17 seconds


Show past repeats

Date Time Channel
Friday 12th October 2018 11:40pm BBC1
Saturday 13th October 2018 12:10am BBC1 Wales

Cast & crew

Liam Williams Liam
Tim Key James Wirm
Emma Sidi Millipede
Jon Pointing (as Jonathan Pointing) Charlie South
Arnab Chanda Hen
Tom Stourton DumpGhost
Shivani Thussu Dina Discourse
Guest cast
Ellie White Polly Sprong
Hammed Animashaun Johnny Jackson
Grace Hogg-Robinson Chelsea
Natasia Demetriou Tingle Maid
George Fouracres Henry Bloyd Smith
Writing team
Liam Williams Writer
Olly Cambridge Writer (Additional Material)
Production team
Tom Kingsley Director
Rupert Majendie Producer
Jenna Jones Executive Producer
James De Frond Executive Producer
Olly Cambridge Associate Producer
Harry Munday Line Producer
Liam Williams Associate Producer
Jason Boxall Editor
Maxwell Fine Production Designer
Will Hanke Director of Photography
Lucy Williams Costume Designer
Nicola Schuller Make-up Designer
Marc Robert Robillard Composer
Jay Cabrera Composer
Alex Moody Commissioning Editor


Liam Williams wraps up his mockumentary satire of YouTube berks by finally arriving at the Likeys awards, where the story of far-right crybabies spreading poison through vlogs comes rather earnestly to a head. Before that are more fine spoofs of baffling sub-genres: tonight, the erotic itch of ASMR.

Jack Seale, The Guardian, 12th October 2018

Pls Like, series two, review

Brilliant YouTube satire moves into darker territory.

Tristram Fane Saunders, The Telegraph, 25th September 2018

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