Winter-warming bonanza of box sets coming to All 4 throughout November

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With something new and binge-worthy dropping every Friday, All 4 is the place to stream this November. From the coming-of-age dramedy Sugar Rush, to the award-winning laugh-out-loud comedy PhoneShop and cult classic Freaks and Geeks, we’ve got something fresh to fill your weekends.

So with those wintery evenings drawing in, curl up on the sofa and take a look at what’s streaming this November.

Now streaming
Sugar Rush

Described as ‘first rate drama’ by The Guardian, the BAFTA nominated cult-hit Sugar Rush explores the life, loves and lusts of Kim Daniels, a teenage lesbian living in 21st century Britain. Based on the novel by Julie Burchill, Kim's wry observations, her experiences of forbidden love for her best friend Sugar, and her attempts to come to grips with a rather dysfunctional family will take you on a coming-of-age journey.

Friday 8th November
PhoneShop

PhoneShop centres on the working day of the employees of a mobile phone shop. With more pressure than ever to sell (and mis-sell), the staff of the Sutton branch of PhoneShop need to be completely focussed and at the top of their game. Unfortunately, there is a myriad of distractions stopping Ashley (Andrew Brooke), Jerwayne (Javone Prince), Janine (Emma Fryer), Christopher (Tom Bennett) and manager Lance (Martin Trenaman) from making sure every shopper within five square miles gets locked down to the tightest and most expensive mobile phone contract known to mankind.

Friday 15th November
Freaks and Geeks

‘One of the most beautiful and ambitious television series ever made’ – Vanity Fair

The universal experience of teen hood as lived by the freaks and geeks in a Michigan high school, circa 1980, is the subject of this comedy-drama executive produced by Emmy-winner Judd Apatow. Focussing on the lives of siblings Lindsay and Sam Weir, the show looks at the everyday fears, humiliations and triumphs of adolescent’s past, present and futures. First airing in 1999, it saw career-birthing roles for Linda Cardellini (ER / Dead to Me), John Francis Daley (Bones), Seth Rogen (Knocked Up / Pineapple Express), James Franco (127 Hours / Spiderman trilogy) and Busy Phillips (Dawson’s Creek / Cougar Town).

Friday 22nd November
Anger Management

Charlie Goodson is a former baseball player. In his final game, he gave himself a career-ending injury when he tried to snap a bat over his leg in anger. Following his own anger therapy, he becomes a non-traditional anger management therapist running a successful private practice whilst holding volunteer counselling for an inmate group at a state prison. On top of this, his life is complicated by an ex-wife, an ex-therapist and a teenage daughter who has obsessive-compulsive disorder. Anger Management stars Charlie Sheen (Two and A Half Men), Selma Blair (Legally Blonde) and Shawnee Smith (SAW). 

Friday 29th November
Danny’s House

Rapper and songwriter Danny Brown invites celebrity friends and unconventional neighbours into his basement for the ultimate hangout session. Throughout this new VICE series, themes such as music, fashion, artificial intelligence and high school memories are discussed by guests including rapper A$AP Rocky, comedian Nicky Glaser and wrestling legend Hacksaw Jim Duggan.
 

OTHER TREATS ON ALL 4 IN NOVEMBER

If that wasn’t enough, All 4 also has brand new box sets of two Channel 4 hits and eight films from Channel 4’s Indian Film season.

Now streaming
The End of the F***ing World – Series 2

After a series one finale that left viewers reeling, this series sets the action two years on, with Alyssa (Jessica Barden, The Lobster, the forthcoming Jungleland) still dealing with the fallout of the events of the first series. The acclaimed first series garnered a legion of fans and instantly became one of All 4’s most-binged shows.

It remains the best performing original All 4 Exclusive ever. The second series of the RTS Award-winning and BAFTA-nominated show sees the introduction of the new character of Bonnie, played by BIFA-winning Naomi Ackie. Bonnie is an outsider with a troubled past and a mysterious connection to Alyssa. As to the fate of James (Alex Lawther, Black Mirror), who we last saw shot on a beach at the end of series one, expectant fans will have to watch to find out. The entire second series is now available to stream on All 4.

Tuesday 12th November
First Dates

The BAFTA award-winning series is back and for the first time the full series will be available to stream on All 4 immediately after episode 1 has been broadcast on Channel 4.

The First Dates restaurant is re-opening its doors in timely fashion to a brand-new crop of hopeful singletons looking to find love on a real blind date. Maître D Fred and his team of cupids welcome their guests and love is at the top of the menu.

Throughout November
Channel 4 Indian film season

Channel 4’s annual Indian film season returns with eight films that represent a cross-section of the best contemporary and classic Indian cinema. This year’s season spans drama, romantic comedy, musical, documentary, independent Indian cinema, mainstream Bollywood and includes a remastered little seen film from Satyajit Ray, one of the greatest auteurs of 20th century cinema. Titles dropping include mainstream Bollywood female buddy comedy Veere Di Wedding; Manmarziyaan featuring A-list star Abhishek Bachan; A Star Is Born story set among Goa’s 1960’s jazz scene in Nachom-Ia Kumpasar; and Satyakam, a moving drama from the late 1960s set in the build-up to India’s independence.

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