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  • Summary: Simon has always dreamed of escaping suburban Reading for a life amongst the "beautiful people" in New York. He yearns to be one of them and can't even open a fridge door without belting out a show tune.

    This six-part comedy series from the creator of Gimme Gimme Gimme and the producer
    Simon has always dreamed of escaping suburban Reading for a life amongst the "beautiful people" in New York. He yearns to be one of them and can't even open a fridge door without belting out a show tune.

    This six-part comedy series from the creator of Gimme Gimme Gimme and the producer of Absolutely Fabulous explores what it's truly like for all of us to be fabulous via starry ambition, youthful optimism and one very loving, yet very dysfunctional, family.
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  • Genre(s): Comedy, Drama
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  1. May 18, 2014
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    Focusing on the life of uber-camp Simon Doonan (Luke Ward-Wilkinson), his equally flamboyant best friend Kylie (Layton Williams), and hisFocusing on the life of uber-camp Simon Doonan (Luke Ward-Wilkinson), his equally flamboyant best friend Kylie (Layton Williams), and his dysfunctional family (including a smutty sister played by Sophie Ash, with varied degrees of success, and a domineering, slightly crazy mother, played to perfection by Olivia Colman), Beautiful People is probably, in my opinion, the greatest TV show ever to grace our screens, albeit only a short time. The script is uproariously funny, and the performances are top-notch. Expand