Filming for Unsaid Stories took place in July 2020 and now the short series which is inspired by the Black Lives Matter Movement is finally here. Express.co.uk has everything you need to know about the series.

When does Unsaid Stories start on ITV?

Unsaid Stories premieres tonight (Monday, August 10) on ITV.

The first episode premieres at 9pm, finishing at 9.15pm on the ITV.

You can watch Unsaid Stories as it airs live on ITV or you can stream it live via the ITV Hub.

Don’t worry, if you happen to miss an episode of Unsaid Stories, you can catch up via the ITV Hub shortly after the episode has finished airing on ITV.

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How many episodes are in Unsaid Stories?

There are just four episodes in Unsaid Stories on ITV.

Each episode is just 15 minutes long, starting at 9pm and concluding at 9.15pm.

The four episodes will air every night this week, beginning tonight and concluding on Thursday, August 13 on ITV.

Unsaid Stories is a series of short films inspired by the Black Lives Matter.

Each instalment tackles racism through frank and open discussion between the characters.

ITV’s Head of Drama Polly Hill said of the commission: “I’m proud to commission four new drama shorts from Greenacre Films which reflect what’s happening in Britain today.

“The scripts are unique, fresh and engaging, about real people in completely real situations, confronting and exploring racism and prejudice.

“I hope in some small way each of these films will bring about change.”

Express.co.uk has everything you need to know about the episodes of Unsaid Stories including their air date, plot and cast.

Episode Two: I Don’t Want to Talk About It – Tuesday, August 11

Episode two, I Don’t Want to Talk about It, stars Peaky Blinders Joe Cole and Some Girls star Adelayo Adedayo.

Cole and Adedayo play a former couple who bump into each other at a party years after their break up.

The pair end up assessing the relationship and assess the challenges they faced as a middle-class black woman and a working-class white man in a relationship.

Episode two was written by Anna Ssemuyaba, produced by Black Mirror’s Madonna Baptisteand directed by Noughts + Crosses Koby Adom.

Episode Three: Look At Me – Wednesday, August 12

Episode three of Unsaid Stories is titled Look At Me and addresses the police method of stop and search.

I May Destroy You’s Paapa Essiedu plays Michael opposite Gangs of London star Pippa Benett-Warner as Kay

The episode was written by Lynette Linton, produced by The Last Witness’ Carol Harding and directed by Escape from Pretoria’s Francis Annan.



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