Living the Dream
Living the Dream is British Drama TV series. Produced by Big Talk Productions. Stars: Bobby Akers, John Crosby, Regina Curtin. It debuted on Nov 02, 2017, on Sky 1. The series has 6.6 * rating by IMDb. Living the Dream is filmed in USA.
How Many Seasons Are There Of Living the Dream: 2 (12 episodes)
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Season premieres on January 8, 2019
Finale: February 12, 2019
Sky 1, 6 episodes
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Season premieres on November 2, 2017
Finale: December 7, 2017
Sky 1, 6 episodes
Living the Dream is on Sky 1 (United Kingdom) Tuesdays at 9 pm
Season 2 Episode 6 (Episode 6) - Air Date: Feb 12, 2019 (5 months ago)
Living the Dream: Horton athlete finds hit fit with football - The Register/Advertiser - by Kingscountynews
“It was very fun and enjoyable for me, very much a team sport. I love making the bonds with my other teammates, putting the helmet on, going out onto the field, and just running around balling out, people getting hit… I just love the sport.”
Living the Dream, review: comedy drama at its most lightweight - The Telegraph - per Telegraph
Sharp and Glenister are perfectly likeable, and those in search of something completely unthreatening may find this to their taste. Over six episodes one imagines the Pembertons will end up living some version of the dream, or at least a version of a dream. They've risked it all, but there's not much at stake for the viewer.
Philip Glenister and Lesley Sharp are Brits abroad in Sky's new Florida comedy Living the Dream - RadioTimes - via Radiotimes
Kim Fields (The Facts of Life) plays their larger than life neighbour Rhoda while Kevin Nash (Magic Mike) is ex-wrestler and park resident Troy. Leslie Jordan (Will & Grace) takes on the role of another resident, busy-body Aiden.
Living the Dream: Gosden points Wokingham gamble at July Cup | Horse Racing News - Racing Post - by Racingpost
Much of the momentum behind Dreamfield in the Wokingham was based around the belief he was a potential Group horse in a handicap, and Gosden is not looking to hold back with the four-year-old, whose career has been limited to four starts due to injury.