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.

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Series 2, Episode 1 - A Dreadfully New Time

Stath Lets Flats. Image shows from L to R: Dancer (Megan Reeves), Julian (Dustin Demri-Burns), Dean (Kiell Smith-Bynoe). Copyright: Roughcut Television
New boss Julian is making changes at Michael & Eagle and Stath feels left behind. When Julian unveils a slick new promo with no mention of the family, Stath decides to make his own rival video. Meanwhile Sophie tries to move on from Al and focus on her music.

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Broadcast details

Monday 19th August 2019
Channel 4
30 minutes


Show past repeats

Date Time Channel
Friday 23rd August 2019 3:15am C4

Cast & crew

Jamie Demetriou Stath
Natasia Demetriou Sophie
Katy Wix Carole
Alastair Roberts (as Al Roberts) Al
Kiell Smith-Bynoe Dean
Dustin Demri-Burns Julian
Ellie White Katia
Christos Stergioglou Vasos
Jimmy Roussounis Steven
Guest cast
Gemma Arrowsmith Anne
Colin Hurley Mick
Preston Nyman Ben
Megan Reeves Dancer
Shivani Thussu Mitra
Writing team
Jamie Demetriou Writer
Robert Popper Script Editor
Production team
Tom Kingsley Director
Seb Barwell Producer
Ash Atalla Executive Producer
Jamie Demetriou Executive Producer
Paul Ralph Line Producer
Ashley White Editor
Hannah Purdy-Foggin Production Designer
Nicky Bligh Casting Director
Will Hanke Director of Photography
Helen Woolfenden Costume Designer
Laura Miles Make-up Designer
Erran Baron Cohen Composer
Laurie Mahon 1st Assistant Director



Stath and Al make their own advert.

Featuring: Jamie Demetriou (Stath), Natasia Demetriou (Sophie), Christos Stergioglou (Vasos), Al Roberts (Al), Kiell Smith-Bynoe (Dean), Dustin Demri-Burns (Julian), Ellie White (Katia) & Colin Hurley (Mick).


The Bafta-nominated letting agent comedy Stath Lets Flats returned, as unapologetically daft as ever. It's co-created by siblings Jamie and Natasia Demetriou, who play another pair of siblings, idiotic Stath and dopey Sophie (it took me a while to recognise Natasia as Nadja, the minxish vampire from What We Do in the Shadows).

Stath Lets Flats sticks to a retro sitcom format, with plenty of gags and physical comedy from the desperate, delusional Stath. He yearns to impress his father (Christos Stergioglou) enough to take over the family business, but thus far has been foiled by the brash new manager (Dustin Demri-Burns), and Stath's bitchy, ambitious former fling Carole (Katy Wix).

There's a side-plot involving a flirtation between Sophie and her bashful colleague, Al (Alastair Roberts), which could yet turn into the greatest filing cabinet-flanked romance since Tim and Dawn in The Office. For now, most of the comedy revolves around Stath's innate stupidity - on finding out that Carole was "preggo", he gasped: "Are you the mother?" Well, I laughed.

Barbara Ellen, The Guardian, 25th August 2019

Creator-star Jamie Demetriou is too busy being daft to labour the topical satire angle but, now in its second series, this lettings agency sitcom is bang on the millennial moment, while Stath is already an all-time classic character. Every syllable he utters is a precious gem of north London gobbledy-Greek. Bless you.

Ellen E. Jones, The Guardian, 19th August 2019

Jamie Demetriou: show 'is about everything but Brexit'

The writer and actor chats to Ellie Harrison about Greekness, hipsters and why no one on Love Island calls anyone out for talking crap - 'because they're all talking crap'

Ellie Harrison, The Independent, 19th August 2019

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