A sitcom set in a tower block about pessimistic Vince and his flatmate Errol.
Runtime: 30 minutes
15 Storeys High - Storey - Netflix
A storey (British English) or story (American English) is any level part of a building with a floor that could be used by people (for living, work, storage, recreation). The plurals are “storeys” and “stories”, respectively. The terms “floor”, “level”, or “deck” are used in a similar way, except that it is usual to talk of a “24-storey building”, but “the 13th floor”. The floor at ground or street level is called the “ground floor” in many places. The words “storey” and “floor” exclude levels of the building that are not covered by a roof, such as the terrace on the top roof of many buildings.
15 Storeys High - North American scheme - Netflix
In countries that use the North American system, where “floor 1” is the same as “ground floor”, the corresponding button may be marked either with 1 or with a letter, as in the European scheme. In either case, the next button will be labelled 2. In buildings that have both a “1st floor” and a “ground floor”, they may be labelled 1 and G (as in Russian scheme) or M (for “Main”) and LM (for “Lower Main”). M may also be used to designate a mezzanine level, when it is not counted as a separate floor in the building's numbering scheme. In modern signage, at least in North America, a five-pointed star (★) additionally appears beside the button for the main entry floor. In the United States, the five-pointed-star marking is mandated by Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), as described in Section 4.10.12(2) of the ADA Accessibility Guidelines for Buildings and Facilities (ADAAG).
15 Storeys High - References - Netflix