All The Details On ITV’s ‘Our House’: Release Date And Other Details

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ITV’s newest drama, “Our House,” is set to air on ITV in the U.K. The show will be a six-part series and is being produced by ITV Studios Productions for ITV. This article includes all of the information you need to know about ITV’s newest drama including when it will air, where it is set and why you should watch it!

When will ‘Our House’ release?

Our House will be shown in the UK on ITV, but a release date is still to be confirmed. There’s no word yet on a US release.

What is the plot of ‘Our House’?

Fi was surprised that someone else had moved into her house. She does not understand what happened. She looks around and there are no things of hers. Fi is then left further devastated when she can’t find her estranged husband. As we flashback in time to see scenes of Fi and Bram together, she starts to unpick her life and discover Bram’s hidden past.

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Who will be starring in ‘Our House’?

Tuppence Middleton (Downton Abbey, Shadowplay, War and Peace) and Line of Duty’s Martin Compston star as estranged wife Fi and husband Bram. Rupert Penry-Jones (The Drowning, Whitechapel, The Last Weekend) plays Toby, Fi’s new partner.

Talking about his role, Rupert says: “I’m delighted to be stepping into the shoes of the elusive character of Toby in this nail-biting thriller; highlighting how a few innocent wrong turns can spiral into an eventuality no one anticipated. It’s all the more rewarding to be working alongside the brilliantly talented Tuppence Middleton and Martin Compston. This is a TV thriller that will subvert all expectations.”

Martin Compston to star in ITV thriller Our House - but what's it about?
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“I like this book because it is about what happens in our house. I can relate to the characters, and I think that what happens to Fi could happen to me.” What a fantastic opportunity to work alongside ITV and the team at Red Planet Pictures to adapt this artfully plotted novel.” 

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Is it an adaptation of something?

 ITV’s adaptation of Louise Candlish’s Sunday Times best-selling real-estate novel Our House has cast Martin Compston (Line Of Duty), Tuppence Middleton (Downton Abbey), and Rupert Penry-Jones (The Drowning) in headline roles.

Our House tells the four-part story of Fi Lawson (Middleton), who arrives home one day to find a family of strangers moving into her house, and her husband, Bram (Compston), has disappeared. As the nightmare takes a grip, both Bram and Fi try to make sense of the events that led to a devastating crime and how they each are going to survive the chilling truth.

What about Filming and Production?

Produced by Death In Paradise outfit Red Planet Pictures, Penry-Jones features the enigmatic Toby, who is in a relationship with Fi. Buket Komur (Honour) plays Bram’s new partner, the mysterious and alluring Wendy. Also joining the cast is Weruche Opia, who broke out in Emmy-nominated BBC/HBO series I May Destroy You, as Fi’s best friend.

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Filming has commenced in south London, with Sheree Folkson serving as lead director after working on Netflix hits Bridgerton and Sex/Life. Our House is penned by EastEnders writer Simon Ashdown. Red Planet’s joint managing director Belinda Campbell is the executive producer, while the series was commissioned by ITV drama chief Polly Hill. Tom Mullens is the producer. ITV Studios distributes internationally.

What are reviews from critics on ‘Our House’?

Reviews from critics on ‘Our House’: It’s a solid and absorbing family saga that benefits greatly from the stellar ensemble cast putting in such committed performances. The dialogue is naturalistic rather than overly poeticized there are no villains or heroes here just ordinary people trying their best to overcome obstacles. But this isn’t simply gritty realism for its own sake; the script is clever enough to pair moments of bleakness with those which offer hope. And despite appearances at first glance (it was partly filmed in Walthamstow, which looks like an English version of Detroit), it’s a warm and optimistic story.

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