Trigonometry: Season 1

Trigonometry: Season 1

Trigonometry: Season 1

When a cash-strapped couple in a small London apartment brings on a third person to flat with them, the move drastically alters their lives in this BBC relationship(s) drama.

2020UKBBC Studios
ComedyDramaRomance

Streaming (1 Provider)

EPISODE 1.1
4 September 2021

Episode 1

In London, cafe owner Gemma and her paramedic boyfriend Kieran are barely making ends meet. Their new lodger Ray initiates an adventure nobody expected.

EPISODE 1.2
4 September 2021

Episode 2

Everyone is confused after their shared moment the night before. At work, Gemma gets a visit from her dad, Ray has a panic attack, and something goes wrong on Kieran’s shift.

EPISODE 1.3
4 September 2021

Episode 3

In the months before the wedding, Ray, Gemma and Kieran’s lives intertwine in new and unexpected ways.

EPISODE 1.4
4 September 2021

Episode 4

Following Ray’s declaration the night before, Gemma and Kieran go ahead with their wedding day. Will the tension between the three come to a head in front of friends and family?

EPISODE 1.5
4 September 2021

Episode 5

The day after the wedding. Gemma and Kieran are due to go on their romantic honeymoon in Finland and Ray starts a new job.

EPISODE 1.6
4 September 2021

Episode 6

Ray’s mum, Mathilde, visits London for Ray’s birthday. It’s been a year since Ray left home and Mathilde tries to navigate the distance growing between her and her only child. Over a tense birthday dinner,... MORE Mathilde observes a new dynamic between Ray and her landlords.

EPISODE 1.7
4 September 2021

Episode 7

The café is under threat and Ray thinks she has the solution, but Gemma and Kieran aren’t sure. The triad come out to their friends and family, sparking some surprising reactions.

EPISODE 1.8
4 September 2021

Episode 8

The triad have never been happier, but a family tragedy throws everything up in the air. Gemma faces a possibility that she never dreamed of, and Ray makes a decision.

Trigonometry: Season 1 / Reviews

The Times

The Times

A gentle, quietly surprising love story.

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Decider

Decider

Trignometry’s normalistic perspective certainly helps the show...

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Salon

Salon

The actors embody these entanglements with admirable restraint and grace...

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IndieWire

IndieWire

There's enough communication between characters (and between the storyteller and audience) to build something special.

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The Globe and Mail

The Globe and Mail

Sweetly done and fascinating in the way it handles contemporary hipster urban life...

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