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5 Phoebe Waller-Bridge Series That’ll Keep You At The Edge Of Your Seat

Alright, let’s talk about the incredible Phoebe Waller-Bridge, the genius behind some of the most riveting, hilarious, and downright brilliant TV shows of recent years. This British powerhouse is not only an amazing actor but also a writer, producer, and playwright. From the fourth-wall-breaking ‘Fleabag’ to the thrilling ‘Killing Eve,’ her work has left audiences captivated and critics raving. So, let’s dive into the best TV shows featuring the work of Phoebe Waller-Bridge and revel in her creative genius.

Fleabag (2016-2019)

Oh, darling, have you seen ‘Fleabag’? If not, you’re seriously missing out. This cheeky BBC-turned-Amazon series, written and starring the fabulous Phoebe Waller-Bridge, has taken the world by storm, racking up Emmys like nobody’s business. Contrary to what some might think, this show isn’t about a sex addict, but rather about relationships, depression, passion, family, and a charming guinea pig named Hilary.

‘Fleabag’ introduces us to a character known simply as, well, Fleabag. Through fourth-wall-breaking confessions and a blend of humor and heartache, Waller-Bridge has created a character that is real, relatable, and wonderfully chaotic. The show follows Fleabag’s journey as she navigates life and relationships, including interactions with her future step-mom (played by Olivia Colman) and her sister (Sian Clifford). And let’s not forget the hot priest. If only the Emmys had a ‘Sexiest Priest’ award…

Killing Eve (2018-2022)

Ah, ‘Killing Eve.’ This British spy thriller is another jewel in Waller-Bridge’s crown. Originally produced for BBC America and BBC Three, the series follows Eve Polastri (Sandra Oh), a British intelligence investigator on the hunt for the psychopathic assassin Villanelle (Jodie Comer). The two women develop a mutual obsession, and the chase is thrilling, to say the least.

Waller-Bridge served as the head writer for the first season and remains a producer for the series. With its gripping storyline and fantastic performances from Oh and Comer (who both received awards for their roles), ‘Killing Eve’ is another testament to Waller-Bridge’s incredible talent.

Crashing (2016)

Before ‘Fleabag,’ there was ‘Crashing’ – a British comedy series written and created by Waller-Bridge herself. This little gem follows the lives of six twenty-somethings living together as property guardians in a disused hospital, navigating sexual tension and personal baggage before their inevitable eviction.

‘Crashing’ may not have received the same acclaim as ‘Fleabag,’ but it showcases Waller-Bridge’s signature sharp, dark humor and her ability to create relatable, self-conscious characters grappling for connection. It’s a must-watch for fans of her work.

Run (2020)

‘Run,’ an American comedy thriller series, was created by Vicky Jones, but one of the stars behind the camera is none other than Waller-Bridge. Phoebe played an executive producer role in this HBO show, which starred Merritt Wever and Domhnall Gleeson. The premise? Two childhood friends, Ruby and Billy, reunite after one of them sends a simple text: ‘run.’

Although the series was well-received by critics, it was canceled after just one season. But never fear! Waller-Bridge fans can still catch her work on the big screen, as she contributed to the screenplay of the James Bond film ‘No Time to Die.’ Talk about a challenge!

Drifters (2013-2016)

Last but not least, we have ‘Drifters’ – a British sitcom created by Jessica Knappett, featuring writing credits on three episodes from our very own Phoebe Waller-Bridge. This hilarious show follows the lives of cousins Meg and Bunny, along with their friend Laura, as they stumble through life in Leeds after university graduation.

Drifters is a riotous take on the reality of ‘suspended adulthood’ that many twenty-somethings face. With its honest portrayal of post-uni life, the show stands out for its raucous humor, relatable characters, and the oh-so-familiar moments of confusion and uncertainty that come with being a young adult. Phoebe’s writing talents shine through as the trio navigates the ups and downs of work, relationships, and friendships, all with a healthy dose of wit and self-deprecation. Seriously, if you’ve ever felt a little lost in life, this show will have you in stitches.

A Toast to Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s Gems

Well, darling, there you have it—a whirlwind tour of the fantastic TV shows that Phoebe Waller-Bridge has graced with her talent. Whether you’re in the mood for a good cry, a hearty laugh, or a thrilling chase, you can’t go wrong with any of these gems. So, pop some popcorn, dim the lights, and treat yourself to a Phoebe Waller-Bridge marathon. Trust me; you won’t regret it.



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