When is I Hate Suzie released on Sky and how many episodes are there?
LEAKED photos online is all too familiar in the world of celebrity.
Billie Piper's series I Hate Suzie shows how being hacked can turn someone's world upside down with devastating consequences.
When was I Hate Suzie out on Sky and how many episodes are there?
I Hate Suzie kicked off on Sky Atlantic on August 27, 2020.
Although the show has finished airing on the channel now, you can still watch it.
You can stream the series on NOW TV.
There are eight episodes.
What is I Hate Suzie about?
The eight-part series follows famous actress and singer Suzie Pickles (Billie Piper), whose world is turned upside down after her phone is hacked and images of her in a “compromising position” are leaked.
Exposed and devastated, Suzie attempts to hold her life and career together, as well as her marriage to husband Cob (Daniel Ings).
Episode by episode, she goes through all the stages of grief — Shock, Denial, Fear, Shame, Bargaining, Guilt, Anger and Acceptance — while seeking counsel from her best friend and manager, Naomi (Leila Farzad).
As Sky puts it, this “bold, bracing” drama asks “if any of us can survive being well and truly ‘known’”.
What has Billie Piper said about I Hate Suzie?
Screenwriter and playwright Lucy Prebble is behind I Hate Suzie and previously created and wrote the TV drama Secret Diary Of A Call Girl, which also starred Billie.
Speaking to Radio Times about the show and working with Lucy again Billie said: “It’s taken years to finally get Lucy, my long-term GF and favourite writer in London – to work with me again.
“We feel we’ve created something timely and not for the faint-hearted.
"If you too suffer with anxiety, shame, compulsive lying but like a laugh, please tune in at some point.”
Is there a trailer for I Hate Suzie?
In the trailer we see Suzie as she tries to grapple with the events that have led her to this moment.
Filled with snapshots of her life both on and off-screen, we first meet the character as she poses for a glamorous photo shoot, which is eerily described by a photographer as "really haunting but hot".
Suzie is then heard addressing the photo hack at a movie screening saying: "I just wanted to say that there were some photos posted of me online last week, supposedly of me, stolen from me, in some mass hack."
You can watch the trailer at the top of this article.
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