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New peek at Steve Coogan and Sarah Solemani in Chivalry

Plus first images of the starry ensemble cast

Channel 4 have released some preview images from its upcoming comedy-drama Chivalry, co-created by and starring Steve Coogan and Sarah Solemani.

The show examines gender politics and romance in the film world in the wake of the #MeToo movement that put sexual power dynamics under the microscope.

Coogan plays Cameron, a successful film producer and ‘ladies’ man’ while Solemani is Bobby, a passionate indie-darling filmmaker.

The ensemble cast also includes Wanda Sykes as astute studio executive Jean Shrill; Sienna Miller as Cameron’s leading lady, Lark; Lolly Adefope as Ama, Cameron’s latest assistant; Aisling Bea as intimacy coordinator, Tatiana, and Adjani Salmon as Bobby’s devoted and patient husband, Aston. 

Wanda_Sykes in Chivalry

Wanda Sykes

Sienna Miller in Chivalry
Sienna Miller

Lolly in Chivalry

Lolly Adefope

Aisling in Chivalry
Aisling Bea

Adjani in Chivalry

Adjani Salmon

 Guest cameos across the series will include Paul Rudd – who previously starred with Bea in Living With Yourself, Peter Mullan from Mum and Transparent's Amy Landecker.

Channel 4 says the six-part series ‘grants the audience permission to laugh while asking complex questions that as a society, we often find hard to discuss’.

Chivalry will air this spring on Channel 4 and All 4. It was commissioned by Caroline Hollick, head of drama at Channel 4, and is produced by Coogan’s company, Baby Cow Productions. 

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