Crashing

Crashing

TV-MA

netflix

Before Fleabag there was crashing

7.7

TV Show

UK
English
Comedy
2016
Adrian Scarborough, Amit Shah, Damien Molony

The take

Phoebe Waller-Bridge became famous for her hit show Fleabag, but few people know about Crashing which she has also created and stars in, and which deserves just as much attention. She plays a girl who moves to London to be with her childhood friend, who’s already in a relationship and living with his partner and four others in an abandoned hospital. Waller-Bridge settles into the hospital as well, and the six twenty-somethings become property guardians of the hospital building.

Funny characters and excellent performances make this show dangerously bingeable.

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