Chat with friends: BBC releases first images from Sally Rooney adaptation

The BBC has released a first look at Sally Rooney adapt, Chat with friends.

The series, based on the Irish author’s debut novel, follows a 21-year-old college student Frances (who is Alison Oliver) as she navigates a series of relationships that force her to face her own hurts for the first time.

In the book, Frances and her best friend Bobbi develop a close but strange relationship with an older couple, Nick and Melissa.

Together with Oliver, the stars of the show Sasha Lane (American honey) as Bobbi, Joe Alwyn (Favorite) as Nick and Jemima Kirke (Girls) as Melissa.

Chat with friends will air on BBC Three in the spring.

See the four images that have been released below.


In one of the images, Frances is shown with her arms around Bobbi.

Another saw Nick and Frances embrace in a car.


The new series comes from the same creative team who worked on Normal person, was a huge success when it aired in April 2020.


It is BBC iPlayer’s most streamed series of the year and features actors Paul Mescal and Daisy Edgar Jones.

Bobbi, Nick, Frances, Melissa


Read The Independentfive-star rating of Normal person here.

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Tom Vazquez

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