The new British teen series promises to appeal to fans of sex education and raving by bringing a narrative that focuses on sensitive issues such as mental health and teenage eating disorders
The series Everything for Yesterday debuts this Thursday in the Netflix catalog and is the new streaming promise for the teenage audience. Starring Ripley Parker as the showrunner, the teen comedy-drama follows Mia, a 16-year-old London teenager who returns to school after leaving the hospital after a severe case of anorexia and is ready to relive everything she missed during her absence. The show stars Sophie Wilde (Talk to Me) and Lauryn Ajufo (the cook).
With only eight episodes, the English production will be directed by Dionne Edwards, Charlie Manton, Laura Steinel and Alyssa McClelland. If you are interested in teen series, you can find out more about everything for yesterday below, such as the summary, cast and impact.
Plot Of Everything for Yesterday
The plot of this comedy drama follows Mia Polanco( Sophie Wilde), a 16-year-old who returns to London and school after an intense month-long battle with anorexia. But realizing the chaos surrounding the last years of high school, she discovers that all her former classmates continued their lives normally without her. Feeling excluded, Mia decides to create an endless list of experiences that she still wants to have.
Cast And Crew
Everything for Yesterday stars Sophie Wilde (Talk to Me) as Mia Polanco and Lauryn Ajufo (Luther: Nightfall) as Becca. The cast also brings together names such as Niamh McCormack (Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among the Rebels) playing Alison, Kiran Krishnakumar (Jamie Johnson) playing Jonas, George Greenland (the Empire of Light) playing Nick and Harry Cadby (Cold in the Bones) as Cameron.
Where To Watch Everything for Yesterday
As of now, the only way to watch Everything for Yesterday is to head out to a series digital platforms when it premieres on Thursday 5 October 2023.
Otherwise, you’ll just have to wait for it to become available to rent or purchase on digital platforms like Apple, Vudu, YouTube, HBO Max or Amazon, or become available to stream on Netflix.
Reaction Of The Audience And Critics
The performance of Tudo Pra além is currently average, as indicated, for example, by the IMDb aggregator, where the series began with a score of 6, taking into account 31 considerations. There are no reviews for the series on Rotten Tomatoes yet.
In international magazines such as Mashable’s, journalist Shannon Connellan praises the British production, explaining that she “manages to meet many of the requirements of youth programs and at the same time create her own”. On the other hand, the Telegraph’s reviewer Jack Taylor does not shy away from negative comments about the series, saying that it is “a timely exploration” of sensitive issues.
In the magazine Glamour UK, journalists Jabeen Waheed and Charley Ross compare the project with other successful teen productions on Netflix, including Sex Education and Heartstopper .