The new BBC Four series There She Goes has finally been given its first trailer today. A welcome thing, especially as the series premieres on BBC Four on Tuesday, October 16th.
There She Goes stars David Tennant (Doctor Who) and Jessica Hynes (Shaun of the Dead, Spaced) as the parents of a young girl with severe learning disabilities.
The series is a comedy drama written by Shaun Pye. Pye used his own and his family’s experiences with his daughter who also suffers from an as yet undiagnosed chromosomal disorder.
The series flips backwards and forwards from the present day and life with 9-year-old Rosie to the past when the couple, Simon and Emily, first learn their child is disabled and have to learn how to handle that information.
You can watch the BBC Four ‘There She Goes‘ trailer below.
Although, if you are like just about everyone else, you have probably already clicked on it. Several times. Because, come on…David Tennant!
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