Starstruck lands on BBC Three next month

Rose Matafeo's Starstruck is commissioned for a third series by BBC Three starring Rose alongside Nikesh Patel

The critically-acclaimed international hit romcom Starstruck, created by, written by, and starring Edinburgh Comedy Award winning comedian Rose Matafeoreturns to our screens with its highly anticipated second series on BBC Three’s new broadcast channel at 10pm on Monday 7th February, with the entire box set released on BBC iPlayer. Series one was streamed almost 5 million times on BBC iPlayer, making it the channel’s biggest new comedy of 2021.

Review of series one here

Co-written by Rose Matafeo, Alice Snedden, and Nic Sampson, and produced by Avalon for BBC Three in the UK and HBO Max in the U.S. The second 6 x 30 series is set to continue the story of Jessie (Rose Matafeo), a millennial living in East London juggling two dead end jobs and navigating the complications of becoming romantically involved with famous film star Tom (Nikesh PatelFour Weddings and a Funeral, Hulu; Indian Summers, Channel 4). After having decided to stay and pursue a relationship with him, Jessie must deal with the real-world consequences of her grand gesture. Minnie Driver (Modern Love, Amazon; Good Will Hunting) is set to reprise her role as Tom’s agent Cath, while Russell Tovey (Years and Years; BBC One, Him & Her; BBC Three) joins the cast for the brand-new series.

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