Get Ready to Stay Up Late with Charming New Comedy Series “Still Up”

Get Ready to Stay Up Late with Charming New Comedy Series "Still Up" 17

Night owls rejoice! Apple TV+ has unveiled the official trailer for its quirky upcoming comedy, “Still Up.”

Premiering September 22, this romantic eight-episode series follows two insomniacs, Danny and Lisa, navigating after-hours London and their growing feelings for one another.

Starring Antonia Thomas (The Good Doctor) and Craig Roberts (Red Oaks), “Still Up” promises witty banter and relatable humor about modern dating struggles. With characters whose nights are just beginning as the world sleeps, hijinks are sure to ensue.

Co-created by Steve Burge and Natalie Walter, the show aims to provide a fresh take on the romantic comedy genre. Its talented ensemble cast also includes Blake Harrison (The Inbetweeners), Lois Chimimba (Sex Education), Luke Fetherston (Down Terrace), and Rich Fulcher (Marriage Story).

Get Ready to Stay Up Late with Charming New Comedy Series

Veteran TV director John Addis (Episodes) helms the series, bringing his deft comedic touch. And the show’s after-hours London setting provides a moody, stylish backdrop.

Since launching in 2019, Apple TV+ has quickly become home to acclaimed original comedies, dramas, and documentaries honored with numerous awards. Now “Still Up” is poised to join hits like Ted Lasso and CODA as Apple’s next addictive fan favorite.

Don’t miss out when “Still Up” premieres September 22 on Apple TV+, with new episodes every Friday.

You’ll be happy to burn the midnight oil with Danny, Lisa and this charming cast of characters who come alive after dark.

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