Three Little Birds
ITV’s new drama Three Little Birds is set to broadcast soon on the channel and it is written by comedian Lenny Henry.
ITV’s highly anticipated new drama, “Three Little Birds,” is gearing up for its premiere, and it’s not just another show, it’s a captivating tale written by the comedic genius Lenny Henry himself.
Featuring a stellar cast including Rochelle Neil, Saffron Coomber, and Yazmin Belo, the series draws inspiration from the vivid narratives of Henry’s mother and aunt, recounting their journey to Britain in the 1950s.
The storyline unfolds with Leah (Neil) and her sister Chantrelle (Coomber) embarking on a compelling mission—to accompany their friend Hosanna (Belo) from Jamaica to Britain. The ultimate goal? To potentially unite her with their brother Aston in holy matrimony.
Lenny Henry the British actor, comedian, singer, television presenter, producer and writer sheds light on the essence of the show, stating, “It’s about overcoming, it’s about women and feminism. They literally came to this country, worked tirelessly, brought their families over, and the show encapsulates that. It’s a rollercoaster of emotions—joyful, poignant, and visually stunning.”
The series, produced by the dynamic duo of Henry and Russell T Davies, promises six episodes packed with drama, heart, and a touch of nostalgia. Brace yourselves for the riveting tales of “Three Little Birds” as they unfold on ITV1