Stranger Things star in the new Channel 4 show from the Fleabag team

Stranger Things star Brett Gelman has landed himself the lead in a new Channel 4 series from the team behind it Flea bag – and he is not the only familiar face on board.

Brett – who plays Murray Bauman in Stranger Things – will lead the upcoming dark comedy Entitled along with the likes of Game of Thrones‘ Donald Sumpter, Downton AbbeyBrendan Patrick’s, and Gangs of LondonPippa Bennett-Warner.

Entitled will tell the story of Brett Gelman’s Gabe, a gluttonous American widower who is faced with getting to know his wife’s family after her death.


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When he meets his wife’s eccentric, estranged family in their Gothic mansion in the English countryside, Gabe’s search for closure and truth reveals a newly inherited fortune—and every member of the Beaucroft family’s ambitions come to a head.

Sumpter will take on the role of Baron Quincy Beaucroft, while Patricks will play Aston, the eldest child in the family who is “mentally and emotionally equipped for nothing”.

Pippa Bennett-Warner will star as Xanthe Beaucroft, the “witty, sharp” adopted sister, while Mark Quartley (Lucky man) is youngest sibling Bart Beaucroft, Jonathan Livingstone (peacock) is Gabe’s self-serving lawyer Neville, and Charlotte Louise Arrowsmith (This is going to hurt) is housekeeper and keeper of secrets Miss Whitby.

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MerlinKelly Wenham will play Elizabeth, Gabe’s late wife.

Created by Matt Morgan and directed by Tim Kirkby, Entitled sheep Flea bag treatment in the form of creative team Harry Williams, Jack Williams and Sarah Hammond, who will serve as executive producers on the new series.

Who needs Hawkins, Indiana and the Upside Down, right?

Stranger Things Seasons 1-4 are now streaming worldwide on Netflix.

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