Two Doors Down - Series 1-3
Why is it the people you're closest to that always seem to cause you the most grief?
Two Doors Down features a cast of truly distinctive characters - Beth (Arabella Weir) and Eric (Alex Norton), Cathy (Doon Mackichan) and Colin (Jonathan Watson), Christine (Elaine C Smith) and daughter Sophie (Sharon Rooney), Ian (Jamie Quinn) and Jaz (Harki Bhambra) - all ready to support each other through life's highs and lows. That sounds like a blessing but it's often more of a curse. From day-to-day, apparently trivial, events to life-defining decisions and ordeals, what starts out as friendly interest usually snowballs into trodden toes, crossed boundaries and seriously frayed tempers.
Also includes the original New Year's Eve special.
Sometimes it's difficult to love thy neighbour.
Two Doors Down returns for a second series, with neighbours Beth and Eric, Cathy and Colin, Christine and daughter Sophie, Ian and Jaz - all offering their support and driving each other mad in equal measure. So, as ever, it's on the edge of chaos in Latimer Crescent. Everyone struggles to remain cheerful through a series of trying incidents including five different methods of cooking a potato, a disturbing reveal of what's inside Eric's kilt, an impromptu midnight feast and the surprise appearance of a leg of Spanish ham.
It's seldom been more difficult to love thy neighbour. Or your family.
Two Doors Down returns to Latimer Crescent for another dose of neighbourly love. Beth and Eric, Cathy and Colin, Ian and new partner Gordon (Kieran Hodgson) and Christine - look out for each other and drive each to distraction on a regular basis. They also all do their very best to endure everything friends and family can throw at them including a very meaty Burns Night, an intimate medical procedure, a burglary, a birthday pub visit, some very surprising party pieces and a younger couple moving in over the road.
Also includes the 2017 Christmas special.
First released: Monday 1st October 2018
- Series 2 out-takes
- Quick-fire questions feature
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