Tell Me Everything release date, cast, trailer, plot: When is the ITV series out?
11th May 2021

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Tell Me Everything on ITV is a new series written and created by Mark O’Sullivan. The show will explore the stresses of mental health for today’s teens. Express.co.uk has all the details for the new drama series.

What is the release date for Tell Me Everything?

Currently, there is no release date for Tell Me Everything, though the show will commence filming in the summer of 2021.

This would mean the earliest possible release date for the series is would be late 2021, though early 2022 is more likely.

ITV’s Head of Digital Channels and Acquisitions, Paul Mortimer commented: “ITV2 is delighted to be back in the original drama game with this wonderfully conceived series aimed squarely at teens but with broader appeal, no doubt.”

He added: “An honest portrayal of teenage suburban life, it should resonate strongly with today’s young audience.”

Who is in the cast of Tell Me Everything?

ITV has not yet released details on who will be starring in the cast, Express.co.uk will update this story when more details emerge.

However, ITV has announced who is behind the new series, created and co-written by Mark O’Sullivan,

O’Sullivan is best known for Lee and Dean and The Agency, with newcomer joining him in the writer’s room Yemi Oyefuwa.

Is there a trailer for Tell Me Everything?

There is no trailer yet for the series, with the show still yet to film.

The earliest a trailer could drop for the show is late summer, 2021, after filming has wrapped.

O’Sullivan did release a statement with the announcement, however, saying: “Tell Me Everything is a semi-autobiographical story (set now, in the 2020s) about growing up and trying to find out who you are before anyone else can decide it for you.”

“It’s a drama – with laughs, tears, and the odd gut-punch – about how adolescence is many things, but never straightforward and always personal,” he continued.

What is the plot of Tell Me Everything?

ITV has also released a synopsis for the upcoming series, which has been inspired by true events.

The synopsis reads: “Tell Me Everything introduces us to 16-year-old Jonny Murphy, who is trying his best to navigate through this world. 

“Growing up hasn’t been easy, and although loved by his friends and family, Jonny suffers from undiagnosed depression which he does his best to hide.

“So when he is faced with the most gut-wrenching tragedy, Jonny has to decide – is he going to let events overtake him or is he going to learn how to live?”

The series will explore some heavy topics, including addiction, bereavement, porn, body image, toxic masculinity, academic pressure and racial and sexual prejudice.

O’Sullivan added: “Our gang of teen friends will be exploring some of the issues I tackled at that age, among them addiction and the death of a parent, as well as some of the unique challenges teenagers face in today’s doom-scrolling, social media-driven, blurry-lined world.”

The show will be a six-part drama, though it isn’t clear if this will be a limited series.

Tell Me Everything will be available to watch on ITV 2.

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