In London, the ‘We Might Regret This’ production will start in October of this year. The comedy-drama series centres on tetraplegic artist Freya, age 30, who relocates to London to live with her lawyer boyfriend Abe, age 50. The two move in together, but Freya needs a personal assistant all the time because of her particular demands. She urges her impetuous best friend Jo to take on the intimate position after being unable to identify the ideal candidate.
London, where the show will be filmed, has previously made it easy to film a variety of projects because of its varied settings, stunning architecture, and ancient sites. The city served as the backdrop for a number of recent films, including “Barbie,” “Red, White & Royal Blue,” “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.,” “Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One,” “Transformers: Rise of the Beasts,” and “The Little Mermaid.” The television programmes “Euphoria,” “Wednesday,” “Bridgerton,” “The Sandman,” and “Citadel” are among those produced in London.
The show was developed by Lee Getty and Kyla Harris based on their personal experiences and lives. As an activist and filmmaker, Harris is well-known for her contribution to the short film “It’s Personal.” She plays Freya, one of the show’s stars. In contrast, Getty worked as a writer for the German television programme “Ich bin Sophie Scholl.” The project’s authors expressed their satisfaction at finding that their “messiest and most joyful life experiences of friendship, love, and handicap can amuse audiences in a statement about the project. And here we just thought they were lousy decisions.”
The show also features Elena Saurel as Jo in addition to Harris. ‘The Batman’ and ‘Killing Eve’ are two films in which the actress is well known. Abe is played by Darren Boyd, another ‘Killing Eve’ actor. The remaining actors are Aasiya Shah (‘Raised by Wolves’ and ‘The Beast Must Die’), Hugh Coles (‘Dreamland’ and ‘Death in Paradise’), and Sally Phillips (‘How to Please a Woman’ and ‘Smack the Pony’).
The show is made for BBC Two by Roughcut TV (‘Big Boys’ and ‘People Just Do Nothing’), Village Roadshow Television, and other partners. The producer is Inez Gordon, with executive producers Ash Atalla, Alex Smith, and Rebecca Murrell from Roughcut TV. Executive production responsibilities have also been assumed by Village Roadshow Television.
We Might Regret This is being produced by Roughcut TV for the BBC and Village Roadshow Television, according to a statement made by Alex Smith in which Roughcut TV expressed its opinions regarding the project. This show is exceptional and well-written, and it will captivate fans of humour and drama like nothing else has. We know we WON’T regret watching this production, which is brimming with talent both in front of and behind the camera. According to Alix Jaffe, executive vice president of Village Roadshow Television, “The concept of the show is highly novel and is enhanced by Kyla and Lee’s personal experiences. Roughcut TV and the BBC are the best partners we could have had as Village Roadshow Television expands its global television presence.