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Series 1-Episode 1

Series 1-Episode 1

Catch Up


Sharon Horgan’s young Irishwoman meets a handsome American stranger (co-writer Rob Delaney) in a bar and embarks on a wild affair that they both know will end when he heads back to the US. Problem is, she then falls pregnant and they decide to stay together and keep the child.

It’s a premise that isn’t as far-fetched as it sounds. She obviously needs the support, while he is adamant that his kid will have what he didn’t – a dad who sticks around.

It’s grown-up, rude, the sex scenes are hilarious and the two leads have a genuine rapport in a comedy that has you rooting for this odd couple all the way through, whether it is meeting her ghastly friends or coping with the medical scares that accompany her pregnancy. There are verve, panache and real things at stake here.


Irish schoolteacher Sharon meets American advertising executive Rob in a London bar and her subsequent pregnancy is just the first of many problems they encounter. Comedy, written by and starring Rob Delaney and Sharon Horgan, with Ashley Jensen and Mark Bonnar.

Cast & Crew

Rob Rob Delaney
Sharon Sharon Horgan
Fran Ashley Jensen
Chris Mark Bonnar
Blaire Elena Saurel
Doctor Sophie Fletcher
Child on bike Ki'juan Whitton
Child Samantha Ledda
Child Reece Pockney
Child Robyn McKinson
Child Demetri Theodoru
Child Joshua Jackson
Child Simiran Lall
Child Alex Cox
Child Maya Roberts
Child Bethany Buckley
Director Ben Taylor
Executive Producer Jon Thoday
Executive Producer Richard Allen-Turner
Executive Producer Kara Baker
Executive Producer Sharon Horgan
Executive Producer Rob Delaney
Producer Jack Bayles
Writer Rob Delaney
Writer Sharon Horgan
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