Buffering – 28 August 2021 – 28/8/2021 – Saturday – ITV2

Iain enters the dating scene after just splitting up with Olivia, while Greg foolishly enlists Thalia’s aid to sext his lover Ashley and Rosie plays scrabble with her deceased employer. Iain Stirling, Jessie Cave, Elena Saurel, Sean Sagar, and Janine Harouni appear in this comedy about a kids’ TV presenter and his pals overcoming the daily problems of millennial life.

As the first scan approaches, Iain and Olivia question whether they are ready to become parents, while Ashley gets the three-year itch as Greg attempts to celebrate their anniversary, and Rosie takes care of Tamagotchi toys with Thalia’s hesitant assistance.


About Buffering

Buffering follows Iain, a children’s TV presenter who dislikes children and is in an on-again, off-again relationship with TV producer Olivia.

Iain’s housemates Rosie, Greg, Ashley, and Thalia, as well as Ashley’s ex-boyfriend Robbie, are all in that awkward age between being too old for nightclubs and too poor for mortgages. These buddies, who are part of a generation that is persuaded they must live the perfect life, realise that failing is not only acceptable but also beneficial.

This show is broadcast on ITV2.

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