Four Weddings and a Funeral: Season 1 (2019)


Season 1
Four Weddings and a Funeral

Critics Consensus

Despite an impressive cast and crew, Four Weddings and a Funeral falls flat, relying too heavily on genre clichés to offer audiences anything more than just another mediocre romcom.

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Critic Ratings: 38

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User Ratings: 150

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Air date: Jul 31, 2019

Coming off of a devastating heartbreak, Maya travels to London for best friend Ainsley's wedding; while in town, Maya reconnects with old college friends Craig and Duffy, and she finds herself thrust into their personal crises.

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Air date: Jul 31, 2019

Maya and Ainsley struggle to get over their respective breakups; after moving back home with his dad, Kash runs into an old friend with whom he lost touch; Zara makes a startling discovery that threatens her and Craig's future.

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Air date: Jul 31, 2019

After Ainsley's mother cuts her off, Ainsley struggles to save her business; Maya tries to find a job but realizes it may be harder than she anticipated to escape her past; Duffy and Tabby's new relationship hits a bump in the road.

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Air date: Jul 31, 2019

An impending funeral stirs up old feelings for Maya; Haroon pressures Kash into considering an arranged marriage; Gemma makes a difficult parenting decision; Duffy and Tabby take a big step in their relationship.

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Air date: Aug 7, 2019

Craig becomes obsessed with Zara's reality show; Duffy tries not to screw things up with Maya; Ainsley meets an exciting new client who can help save her business -- as well as the client's horrible ex-husband, Bryce.

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Air date: Aug 14, 2019

Ainsley doubles down on her fight with Craig; Duffy stumbles on a secret love letter that gives him hope; Kash considers taking the next step with Fatima.

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Air date: Aug 21, 2019

Maya feels guilty that her work is forcing her to interact with Ainsley's ex; Andrew and Tony 2 realize that they have an unexpected connection; Bryce tries to take his professional relationship with Ainsley to the next level.

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Air date: Aug 28, 2019

Maya and Kash get to know each other behind Ainsley's back; Tony 2 realizes that he and Andrew come from very different worlds; Ainsley and Craig play matchmaker, as do Gemma and Duffy.

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Air date: Sep 4, 2019

Maya struggles to tell Ainsley about Kash; fearing their relationship may be getting too friendly, Gemma fires Duffy; Zara finds a way for Craig to reconnect with his daughter; Andrew has a shocking change of heart.

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Air date: Sep 11, 2019

A year after Maya and Ainsley's blowup, the fractured friend group hopes a wedding may be the perfect occasion for a reunion.

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Cast & Crew

Zoe Boyle
Gemma

Actor
Nathalie Emmanuel
Maya

Actor
Guz Khan
Basheer

Actor
Sophia La Porta
Zara

Actor
Harish Patel
Haroon

Actor
Nikesh Patel
Kash

Actor
John Reynolds
Duffy

Actor
Alex Jennings
Andrew

Guest Star
Dermot Mulroney
Bryce

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Andie MacDowell
Ainsley's mother

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Rakhee Thakrar
Fatima

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Nathan Stewart-Jarrett
Tony 2

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Aimee-Ffion Edwards
Tabby

Guest Star
Mindy Kaling
Executive Producer
Tracey Wigfield
Executive Producer
Richard Curtis
Executive Producer
Matt Warburton
Executive Producer
Jonathan Prince
Executive Producer
Howard Klein
Executive Producer
Charlie Grandy
Executive Producer
Tristram Shapeero
Executive Producer
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Audience Reviews for Four Weddings and a Funeral: Season 1

  • Sep 01, 2021
    OmG!!! I LOVE LOVE LOVE this series!! I went and looked up the brilliant people behind this series, it's just such a fun, funny, positive, absolutely HILARIOUS and delicious series..I just can't get enough!!! (Best show I've watched in years..oo, since another brilliant show this year..'Lady Parts')..THANK YOU FOR THE DIVERSITY, respect and absolute hilarity. You guys are brilliant!!
  • Jun 20, 2021
    Although based on the movie, it's characters and story line are different enough to stand on it's own, whether you've seen the movie or not. There are at times when some of the characters actions are a bit abrasive or questionable for people that are all supposed to be good friends, but overall it's very enjoyable and worth watching.
  • Feb 01, 2021
    Absolutely brilliant! We love it. Someone in Australia told me about it. It wasn't promoted much in the UK. I've been telling everyone to buy on Amazon. Netflix please pick up season 2... the audience wants more!
  • Jan 15, 2021
    Total candy for lovers of romcom. When I saw Nathalie Emmanuel in Game of Thrones I thought : someone put this woman in a romcom! And thankfully someone did. It's a pity that the story has some characters acting like a psychobitch (Ainsley) or a doofus (the aptly named Duffy) in order to achieve the typical romcom ebbs and flows. It's surprising how unlikable many of the supposed friends turn out to be. Still the romcom styling is impeccable and parts of the script are pleasantly Richard Curtis-like.
  • Jan 10, 2021
    Everything I hoped it would be and more. Stays true to our fav rom coms with a modern twist. Pretty scenes and good song choices make it the perfect show!
  • Dec 31, 2020
    I could not stop watching this show, it was so great!!! Wish there was a second season! Made me laugh and cry and was just fantastic from beginning to end. Great characters, great story line.
  • Sep 21, 2020
    Despite a good lead actress, the show falls flat in almost every aspect: The most notable mistake of this show (which has an interesting premise) ist the dialogue, which has ZERO subtext. It's all "on the nose" and supresses any imagination. The slow editing ruins the few good jokes the show makes in between the ocean of cliché infested attempts of humor. While they attempt to frame the show as a new How I met your Mother, it's really a slightly funnier Bold and the Beautiful.
  • May 07, 2020
    The first time I sat down to watch this show, I planned on spreading it out over the course of a few weeks; however, I wound up watching it straight through in one evening, well into the night! I rewatched it at a slower (and more acceptable!) pace to catch the moments I undoubtedly missed. The show is clever, well-thought out, and incredibly touching. There were moments that made me laugh out loud - even on the second time through, the jokes made me chuckle! - and I found myself crying more than once. Mindy Kaling has done a phenomenal job creating a rom-com that showcases diversity on such a deep level - something that is often difficult for shows to do when it's clear that they've only included actors of color as some sort of superficial shield against allegations that the content is too white. As an academically-trained communication scholar who often quits shows early on because the tiny critic in my head incessantly bemoans the all-pervading triteness (and, ahem, whiteness) of popular shows and movies that have yet to make any original contributions to our seemingly endless landscape of shows and movies, I find myself craving more of whatever magic Kaling and her team threw into this show. I will admit, I haven't seen the movie, but I don't think that particularly matters. People often get caught up in the supposed "sanctity" of the original source material. It's a well-written show with memorable performances. So what if it strays from the original movie? New content can nod to the original (e.g. the scene with Andie MacDowell) while updating the story to be fresh and captivating in a way that is excitingly unpredictable and new. The plot twists were unsuspecting, and the connection between the characters - especially Maya (Nathalie Emmanuel) and Kash (Nikesh Patel) - were intense, passionate. While I tend to have my reservations about shows that wrap up nicely and then get a second season that squanders the magic, I trust Mindy! Would love to see the story continue and explore Maya and Kash's relationship.
  • Apr 22, 2020
    Si viste la película y conoces a Richard Curtis, es la serie que esperas ver, una comedia romántica con personajes bien construidos, un grupo de amigos cuya relación de amistad es muy fuerte y que determina gran parte del desarrollo de la trama y situaciones originales a los cuáles los personajes deben sortear haciendo uso de sus propias capacidades, pero también de la ayuda de sus amigos. El desarrollo de la historia se organiza en torno al conflicto amistad/amor y a pesar de tener algunas inconsistencias lógicas, logra llegar a buen término al finalizar la temporada, la fotografía de Londrés es impecable, la banda sonora responde a los desafíos dramáticos de la serie y las actuaciones son bastantes sólidas tanto en las situaciones más cómicas como en las dramáticas. Los guiños que hace a las otras películas de Curtis, son bienvenidas a quienes reconocemos su mano en sus distintas colaboraciones, sobre todo a "Love actually" y los cameos a los actores originales de la película están bien trabajados dentro de la trama. En resumen, una serie muy buena y entretenida, bien lograda en lo que refiere a sus aspectos técnico y dramático. Totalmente recomendable.
  • Apr 07, 2020
    This show was absolutely wonderful. My wife and I are stuck at home in Los Angeles like everyone else and decided to give this series a try on Hulu. We laughed, we cried and thought this was one of the most entertaining shows we have watched in a long time. The characters were likable and relatable (and emotionally mature! - what a concept for t.v.); the story-line was engaging; the plot kept us anxious to see each next episode but most of all - the show was entertaining. It was heart-warming and wonderfully entertaining. I've never had a rotten tomatoes account but when we checked to see if there would be a second season, we saw that the critics gave this show a low rating. They are idiots! I don't know what planet they were on or what show they watched but I created an account to make sure my voice was heard. This was one of my favorite first seasons of television in a long time. I hope this show gets renewed.

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