Forgive me for starting off being a bit too fan-boyish but whenever Heather Graham is attached to a project I sit up and pay attention…. It’s been 28 years since she appeared in the absolutely awesome Licence to Drive (when I was 8) alongside both Cory Feldman and Corey Haim and I’ve loved her ever since!

More recently the actor appeared in two of the Hangover movies, alongside David Duchovny in TV show Californication and possibly most famously as Felicity Shagwell in Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me. Today Sky have announced that she’ll star in new comedy series alongside Stephen Mangan and Jo Hartley in a six part series on Sky Atlantic.

HeyUGuys Heather Graham Film Interviews

Bliss comes from Emmy Award-winning US writer, director and performer David Cross who has previously worked on the likes of Arrested Development, The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret.

Hartley recently appeared in the Ricky Gervais The Office spin off movie – David Brent: Life on the Road and Eddie the Eagle while Mangan has been in hit TV show Episodes which is now in it’s fifth season. Mangan also voiced the character Postman Pat in the feature film released in 2014.

We’ve been fortunate enough to chat with all three of the new cast members over the years, those interviews are embedded below (and Heather’s playlist is above).

Jo Hartley Eddie the Eagle Film Interview

Here’s a little run-down of what we can expect from the show which hits Sky Atlantic in 2017. With a cast of this calibre, we’re

The series follows the complicated double life of Andrew (Mangan), a successful travel writer who, through extenuating circumstances, finds himself living between two sets of wives and children whose existences are unknown to each other. Andrew, in a constant state of moral crisis, must find a way to balance his time and energies between his wife Kim (Graham) and teenage daughter, while travelling back and forth across Bristol to his other family, wife Denise (Hartley) and their teenage son. As Andrew’s two worlds become ever harder to contain, so does his sanity. And he finds himself going to increasingly drastic lengths to protect the two families he loves.

Stephen Mangan Postman Pat Film Interview