Stath Lets Flats. Stath (Jamie Demetriou). Copyright: Roughcut Television
Stath Lets Flats

Stath Lets Flats

  • TV sitcom
  • Channel 4 / Comedy Blaps
  • 2013 - 2023
  • 20 episodes (3 series)

Comedy about a dodgy family-run property lettings agency. Stars Jamie Demetriou, Natasia Demetriou, Katy Wix, Alastair Roberts, Kiell Smith-Bynoe and more.

  • JustWatch Streaming rank this week: 970

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Series 1, Episode 1 - A Pushy Boy

Stath Lets Flats. Image shows from L to R: Mike (Mark Davison), Stath (Jamie Demetriou). Copyright: Roughcut Television
Stath is desperate to secure a letting, and attempts to steal a viewing from colleague and arch-rival Carole.

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Further details

Chaotic letting agent Stath needs to impress his dad (and boss) Vasos and let some flats, after losing his patience and pushing a customer. However, he struggles to pick up the phone as fast as the other agents to arrange viewings. In an act of desperation he steals a viewing from arch rival Carole but things don't go to plan. Meanwhile, Stath's sister Sophie is left to take Al to hospital after a nasty accident in the office.

Broadcast details

Date
Wednesday 27th June 2018
Time
10pm
Channel
Channel 4
Length
30 minutes

Repeats

Show past repeats

Date Time Channel
Saturday 30th June 2018 12:05am C4

Cast & crew

Cast
Jamie Demetriou Stath
Natasia Demetriou Sophie
Katy Wix Carole
Alastair Roberts (as Al Roberts) Al
Kiell Smith-Bynoe Dean
Christos Stergioglou Vasos
Tom Stourton Robbie
Alex Beckett Marcus
Guest cast
Fergus Craig Lawrence
Mark Davison Mike
Tania Rodrigues Receptionist
Sona Vyas Helen
Phoebe Walsh Debbie
Writing team
Jamie Demetriou Writer
Robert Popper Writer
Production team
Tom Kingsley Director
Seb Barwell Producer
Jon Petrie Executive Producer
Ash Atalla Executive Producer
Georgia Collins Line Producer
Jamie Demetriou Associate Producer
Mark Williams Editor
Richard Drew Production Designer
Jane Ripley Casting Director
Will Hanke Director of Photography
Helen Woolfenden Costume Designer
Emma Croft Make-up Designer
Erran Baron Cohen Composer
Kas Braganza 1st Assistant Director

Video

First Look

A first look at Stath, a comedy about an incompetent lettings agent.

Featuring: Jamie Demetriou (Stath), Fergus Craig (Lawrence), Sona Vyas (Helen) & Phoebe Walsh (Debbie).

Press

Creator Jamie Demetriou's eponymous Stath, incompetent and impulsive and ambitious in equal measure, is desperate to prove himself in the estate agent business to his Greek-Cypriot father. It's a lovely timely take on the madnesses of the London-innit property market ("Two beds, spacious with a cooling draught, £1,750 pcm") in which the poor tenant will always come last, if not be accidentally assaulted. Stath's mix of charmlessness and utter desire to please is a comedy stalwart given a fresh Greco-Cyprian twist: and it spritzes and froths away, ably aided by an ensemble cast that features Demetriou's sister Natasia.

Euan Ferguson, The Guardian, 1st July 2018

Stath Lets Flats review

This show was that bad that I am not sure how it ever got commissioned in the first place.

Andy Lloyd, Telly Binge, 1st July 2018

How funny can the world of lettings be?

Stath Lets Flats certainly paints an old school picture of lettings but I would think the jury is out on whether this really reflects today's world of agency or even classic comedy.

Marc Shoffman, Property Industry Eye, 28th June 2018

Created by Jamie Demetriou (and co-written by Robert "Friday Night Dinner" Popper), this new comedy set in the lettings agency world looks highly promising. Demetriou stars as Stath, desperate to prove himself to his Greek-Cypriot father but hampered by his incompetence and impulsive behaviour, which tonight includes borderline physical assault on a client. Much of the comedy rings all too true, particularly on the subject of the dismal state of London properties to let for the thick end of two grand.

David Stubbs, The Guardian, 27th June 2018

Stath Lets Flats review

There's plenty to like in Jamie Demetriou's new comedy, but I'm going to need another viewing before exchanging contracts.

Sam Wollaston, The Guardian, 27th June 2018

Stath Lets Flats, Channel 4, review

A fixer-upper with potential.

Tristram Fane Saunders, The Telegraph, 27th June 2018

Stath Lets Flats, Channel 4, review

Roared along with energy and absurdity, like London's property market.

Elisa Bray, i Newspaper, 27th June 2018

TV preview: Stath Lets Flats, C4

It's about time C4 had a brand new hit. Marc Wootton's High & Dry didn't quite hit the spot, but maybe Stath Lets Flats is the one. I wouldn't let Stath anywhere near my flat but I'll watch him on my television. Through my fingers mostly.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 22nd June 2018

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