The BBC has released some first-look images from upcoming drama series Everything I Know About Love – based on Dolly Alderton's best-selling memoir of the same name.
The images include individual character stills of stars Emma Appleton, Bel Powley, Marli Siu and Aliyah Odoffin as Maggie, Birdy, Nell and Amara respectively, while the quartet also appear together in one shot, smoking cigarettes on a grassy hill.
Meanwhile, viewers can also get a glimpse of Connor Finch as Street, with one image showing the character chatting with Maggie at a train station.
According to the BBC, the seven-part series will give "an unflinching account of surviving your 20s", following a group of friends in a 2012 London-house-share and including flashbacks to suburban adolescence in the early noughties.
It is created and adapted by Alderton and directed by China Moo-Young, with filming having taken place in Manchester and London.
When the cast for the show was announced last summer, Dolly Alderton explained that she was "beyond thrilled with every actor we have on board".
"Aisha Bywaters has helped us find our dream cast and we are so excited to see them inhabit the world of the show and bring its stories and relationships to life," she added.
Director Moo-Young added that she was "so excited to see them bring all the heart and humour of Dolly's scripts to life on screen”, while BBC Drama Commissioning Editor Jo McClellan said: "The BBC are incredibly excited to have this talented young cast join Dolly, China and the Working Title team to create this funny, uplifting and big-hearted show about friendship and love."