The A Word
The A Word is British Drama TV series. Produced by Fifty Fathoms Productions. Stars: Max Vento, Lee Ingleby, Morven Christie. Also known as The A Word: A Vida com Joe in Brazil. It premiered on Mar 22, 2016, on BBC One. The series has 7.7 * rating by IMDb. The A Word is filmed in UK.
How Many Seasons The A Word Has: 3 (12 episodes)
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Season premieres on November 7, 2017
Finale: December 12, 2017
BBC One, 6 episodes
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Season premieres on March 22, 2016
Finale: April 26, 2016
BBC One, 6 episodes
The A Word is on BBC One (United Kingdom) Tuesdays at 9 pm
Season 2 Episode 6 (Same Deep Water) - Air Date: Dec 12, 2017 (about a year ago)
Televisa Acquires 'The A Word,' 'Mythological Ex' Formats From Keshet Intl. - via Variety
Centering on a woman who’s told by a psychic that she’s already dated her future husband, so sets off to arrange new dates with old flames to discover the love of her life, “Mythological Ex” lies closer in focus but not in length to the abbreviated, 80-episode love stories which now represent Televisa’s staple telenovela.
Innocent on ITV cast: Who stars in Innocent? - per Express
“For seven years he has campaigned tirelessly and selflessly to free his brother. Now penniless and struggling for money, David is forced to accept the charity and hospitality of his brother.”
Anna Kennedy OBE opens up about how authentic The A Word feels to her - according to London-post
Its a family drama with a difference. Set in the beautiful Lake District, the six-part series follows the extended Hughes clan, as they discover their youngest, smart and musical Joe, is autistic. It’s a subject matter that has sparked conversion with thousands of British families. But is it authentic?
Tuesday's best TV: The A Word, The Secret Life of 5-Year-Olds, Motherland - by Theguardian
This isn’t a “Say Yes to the Salwar Kameez” twist on the reality wedding formula, but a sombre look at an issue that affects UK Muslim women, mainly, but some secular cohabitees as well. A surprisingly large number – including presenter Dr Myriam François – mistakenly believed that a traditional Muslim wedding or niqah is legally binding. This lack of legal status can have devastating consequences if the relationship breaks down. Ellen E Jones