FINDING Alice is ITV’s new black comedy with the central character coming to terms with the loss of her husband.
Keeley Hawes and Joanna Lumley will play daughter and mother in new show Finding Alice
When does Finding Alice start on ITV?
Finding Alice will air at 9pm tonight, January 17 2021, on ITV.
The six-part drama was created by Roger Goldby, Simon Nye and Keeley Hawes – who will also star in the show as Alice.
Finding Alice is the second project to be produced by Keeley Hawes’s production company Buddy Club Productions, following the two-part drama Honour, which is set to air in 2020.
Nigel Havers will be swapping the evil conman he played in Corrie for a widow’s father in Finding AliceCredit: Jon Bond -The Sun
What is Finding Alice about?
Finding Alice follows the journey of, you guessed it, a woman called Alice, following the death of her beloved husband of 20 years, Harry.
The couple are ecstatic after they move into their newly refurbished dream home.
However, Alice’s world is turned upside down when Harry falls down the stairs and tragically dies.
As she tries to cope with what’s happened, Alice struggles with overwhelming feelings of loss, abandonment and disorientation.
Making matters worse, as she continues to settle into her new home, Alice uncovers an unsettling secret Harry had desperately tried to hide.
His dark trail of debt, suspicion and criminality leaves her blindsided.
Will she be able to handle the problems Harry left behind or will Alice crumble?
Who is in the Finding Alice cast?
Also joining the cast are Gentleman Jack’s Gemma Jones and Kenneth Cranham from Bancroft as Minnie and Gerry, Alice’s in-laws.
Teenage star Isabella Pappas, from the show Paranoid, will feature as Alice and Harry’s 16-year-old daughter Charlotte.
And Harry himself is played by former Cutting It star Jason Merrells.
Last but not least, Sharon Rooney from No Offence will be playing Harry’s sister Nicola.