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CHIVALRY AXED BY CHANNEL 4 AFTER ONE SERIES, SERIES 2 IN DEVELOPMENT

Chivalry offers a fresh new look on gender politics and romance, and asks the question: can one build and sustain a successful, relevant career in Hollywood without sacrificing principles?



Chivalry explores the truths and the myths behind these characters, their judgements of each other and their assumptions of themselves, seeking to break down and explore classic stereotypes. Chivalry grants the audience permission to laugh while asking complex questions that, as a society, we often find hard to discuss.



British Comedy Guide reports that series 2 is in development, but it won't air on Channel 4. The comedy drama starred Coogan as Cameron, a successful film producer and 'ladies' man', with Solemani as Bobby, a passionate indie-darling filmmaker.


Also cast were Emmy Award-winning Wanda Sykes as astute studio executive Jean Shrill, Sienna Miller as Cameron's leading lady Lark, Lolly Adefope as Ama, Cameron's latest assistant, Aisling Bea as intimacy co-ordinator Tatiana, and Adjani Salmon as Bobby's devoted and patient husband, Aston.



Chivalry is available on Channel 4.


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