Besetzung, Charaktere, Schauspieler & Crew der TV-Serie: Derek Jacobi · Anne Reid · Sarah Lancashire · Nicola Walker · Tony Gardner · Dean Andrews · Nina. Last Tango in Halifax jetzt legal online anschauen. Die Serie ist aktuell bei Amazon, iTunes verfügbar. From award winning writer Sally Wainwright comes this. Derek Jacobi and Anne Reid lead a stunning cast in this heartwarming series. Alan Buttershaw (Jacobi) and Celia Dawson (Reid) are both widowed and in their.
Last Tango in HalifaxLast Tango in Halifax: Die Witwer Celia Dawson (Anne Reid) und Alan Buttershaw (Derek Jacobi) haben sich seit 60 Jahren nicht mehr. Last Tango in Halifax jetzt legal online anschauen. Die Serie ist aktuell bei Amazon, iTunes verfügbar. From award winning writer Sally Wainwright comes this. Derek Jacobi and Anne Reid lead a stunning cast in this heartwarming series. Alan Buttershaw (Jacobi) and Celia Dawson (Reid) are both widowed and in their.
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The British series, written by Sally Wainwright, is about a couple who reunite 50 years after their relationship began. When we first wrote this piece looking into whether season four would come to Netflix, we had no idea the path the series would take with our original prediction of summer being well and truly incorrect.
There is some good news and bad news for season four of Last Tango in Halifax which aired back in December The good news is that after four long years, Netflix US is finally set to get season four of the series in January Watch with Watch on PBS Watch Now.
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Synopsis Celia and Alan are both widowed and in their seventies. When their respective grandsons put their details on Facebook, they rediscover a passionate relationship that started over sixty years ago.
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Download as PDF Printable version. Red Production Company. Production website. Recently widowed Celia Dawson Anne Reid contacts Alan Buttershaw Derek Jacobi —a former romantic interest whom she has not seen in 60 years—on the social networking site Facebook.
Celia's daughter Caroline Sarah Lancashire is surprised by the revelation, though distracted by her own romantic problems involving her adulterous husband Tony Gardner and her own relationship with a colleague, Kate Nina Sosanya.
Alan and Celia meet in Skipton and immediately rekindle their friendship. Celia's car is later damaged in pursuit of a young man who stole Alan's vehicle.
Alan's daughter Gillian Nicola Walker and Caroline clash on first encounter after rushing to collect their parents; both are shocked to discover that Alan and Celia plan to marry.
Caroline is worried her affair with Kate may become public knowledge as she considers taking back her adulterous husband John.
Widowed Gillian, meanwhile, continues a reckless sexual relationship with Paul Sacha Dhawan , a man half her age. Alan and Celia enjoy the new lease on life they have discovered and decide to buy a new sports car as an engagement present to each other.
As the families come together to celebrate Alan and Celia's engagement, Gillian's son Raff Josh Bolt is arrested for assaulting Paul, whilst Caroline's son William Edward Ashley reveals that John is still in contact with his lover Judith Ronni Ancona.
John is consequently abandoned at Gillian's farm as everybody else leaves. A badly beaten Paul moves in with Gillian, whilst Raff moves in with his paternal uncle Robbie Dean Andrews , who blames Gillian for her husband's death.
Meanwhile, John returns to Caroline's house and they furiously argue about his right to continue living there; their shouting is overheard by a bemused Alan and Celia.
Caroline confesses to Kate that she finds it difficult to express her emotions honestly. Alan and Celia begin looking at wedding venues. A Church of England vicar discourages them from having a church wedding, as neither party has attended services in more than 30 years.
Celia and Alan discuss politics and religion, and the liberal Alan is surprised by Celia's conservative views. They visit a stately home in Southowram as a possible wedding venue but become locked inside overnight.
Alan and Celia spend a night in Southowram Hall. Gillian and Caroline are unable to make contact with their parents, neither of whom has a mobile phone signal.
Gillian's worry prompts Raff and Robbie to visit, and they become closer. Caroline spends the night at Gillian's whilst awaiting news of Alan and Celia, and the two women bond over their fears and their respective problems with children and partners.
Paul works out that Alan and Celia may have been visiting Southowram Hall, and the police eventually find them. Caroline grows frustrated with John and admits to seeing an unnamed other.
Alan confides his darkest secret to Celia: that when Gillian's less-than-ideal husband Eddie attempted suicide, he did not die immediately, and she refrained from calling an ambulance; because he did not tell that to the police, Alan holds himself partly responsible for the man's death.
Under the influence of alcohol, Gillian sleeps with the troubled John. Gillian loses her job at the supermarket after Cheryl publicly humiliates her.
Celia is devastated after Alan reveals his secret child, infuriated by his dishonesty and unsure of how to progress in their marriage.
She refuses to meet Gary after he invites all of Alan's family to dinner, and moves back to Harrogate to have some space and be close to Caroline.
Alan, Raff, and Gillian are impressed by Gary's success after learning how as a young entrepreneur he eventually acquired a multimillion pound empire.
Despite Caroline's efforts to counter her mother's despondency, Celia rejects both Alan and Caroline, refusing to attend her daughter's wedding.
Caroline warns her mother that this may irrevocably damage their relationship. When Alan turns up alone at the register office prior to the wedding, Caroline lashes out at him, telling him his presence is not welcome without Celia—something she had also said almost word-for-word to her own father when he showed up at her doctoral graduation and Celia didn't.
Caroline and Kate exchange vows and rings in the company of friends, colleagues, and Caroline's eldest son William now Dean Smith.
Robbie tells Gillian he wants to marry her and wishes to support her financially. After John drives Alan back to the farm, he gets drunk with Gillian, and they sleep together again.
Following the departure of the wedding guests, Celia visits Caroline and enquires about her day. Caroline is angered and hurt by her mother's behaviour and uninterested in Celia's marital problems.
The next day, Gillian tells John he is a bad influence on her, and she cannot be with him, opting instead to accept Robbie's proposal.
Celia attempts to repair her relationship with Alan by meeting Gary and spending the afternoon with Alan's extended family. Caroline is distraught when Kate is critically injured in a car accident.
Alan and Celia rush to support and console her, and Caroline makes amends with Alan following her words to him at the wedding. They learn the baby has been delivered safely; Caroline breaks down in tears after hearing further information from the surgeon.
On the morning of Kate's funeral, Caroline decides to name their baby Flora Grace. At the wake, Caroline bonds with Kate's mother Michelle Hurst but is perturbed when Greg offers to provide paternal support to her and Kate's child.
Meanwhile, Celia is furious when she catches Alan sneaking a cigarette, in spite of his heart condition. Caroline, struggling with her bereavement, leans on Celia for emotional support.
Raff is delighted that Gillian and Robbie are getting married, though Gillian is anxious for Caroline to keep her secret.
Gary becomes increasingly paranoid when neither Gillian nor Alan is willing to get in touch. Unwilling to give up her career or place too much of a burden on her elderly parents, Caroline hires ex-pupil Holly Cara Theobold to be Flora's nanny.
Lawrence's behaviour at school becomes disruptive, leading Caroline to suspend him. Alan starts to distance himself from Gary when Gary's behaviour becomes increasingly needy and obsessive.
Gary offers to pay for Gillian's wedding and to put Raff through an accountancy apprenticeship in his business, though she is unhappy with both suggestions.
Meanwhile, Caroline is incredulous when John suggests they give their relationship another go. When Holly is revealed to be an alcoholic, Caroline invites Greg, a successful comic book artist, to become Flora's live-in sitter.
Greg bonds with Flora, impresses both Caroline and Celia, and manages to win round Lawrence to his half-sister. Gillian discovers that Gary has divulged the secret of his true parentage to the press, which greatly embarrasses Alan.
Caroline prepares to drive Gillian to the wedding, but her step-sister has cold feet. Flashbacks reveal that she accepted Gary's offer of a lavish wedding out of guilt at Alan's having rejected him, and she cheated on her fiance twice; once with a colleague Jaz Martin after Robbie insulted her, and again with John.
She has also learnt that Robbie knew that his brother had abused her and did not intervene. After a series of delays, Caroline, Gillian, and Alan arrive at the venue.
With encouragement from Caroline, Gillian marries Robbie, not wishing to cause a scene or stand him up. Later, Celia helps Alan and Gary make peace, Gary having apologised for his behaviour.