Save Me - Netflix

After choking on a hero sandwich in her kitchen and suffering a dramatic near-death experience, Beth Harper - an absentee wife and mother - is revived and claims she can now talk to God. Her teenage daughter Emily is horrified and her husband Tom is skeptical. To make matters worse, Tom's ex-mistress Carly McKenna is in a coma after a close encounter with lightning in the Harper's front yard.

As Beth warms up to her new life, she strives to make amends to the people she has alienated over the years, including friends and neighbors Jenna Dennings and Maggie Tompkins. Despite everyone's initial hesitancy, Beth begins to win people over with her new positive attitude, cheerful optimism and unbridled love.

Save Me - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2013-05-23

Save Me - Save Me (UK TV series) - Netflix

Save Me (also known as Gone) is a six-part British television drama serial, written by, created by and starring Lennie James. It first broadcast on Sky Atlantic on 28 February 2018, with all six episodes being released via Sky Box Sets and Now TV on the same day. The series stars James as Nelson “Nelly” Rowe, a down-and-out whose life is turned upside down when Jody, the estranged daughter he fathered thirteen years ago, mysteriously disappears. Suranne Jones stars as Claire McGory, Jody's mother. Aside from James and Jones, Stephen Graham and Jason Flemyng are also credited as principal members of the cast. The series was green-lit in January 2017, under the original working title of Gone. James reunited with World Productions for the series, with whom he previously worked on the first series of Line of Duty. Following strong critical reception for the first series, James confirmed that a second has since been comissioned. A DVD release of the first series via Acorn Media is set for 7 May 2018.

Save Me - Recurring cast - Netflix

Susan Lynch as Stace, a childhood friend of Nelly's and landlady of The Palm Tree, his local pub Kerry Godliman as Katrina “Teens” Betts, Nelly's current girlfriend who delivers cosmetics Nadine Marshall as Detective Sergeant Shola O'Halloran, DCI Thorpe's deputy Barry Ward as Barry McGory, Claire's husband and Jody's adoptive father, an apparently wealthy club owner Alan McKenna as Detective Chief Inspector Ian Thorpe, senior investigating officer into Jody's disappearance Indeyarna Donaldson-Holness as Jody McGory, Nelly and Claire's thirteen-year-old daughter and Barry's adopted daughter Phil Dunster as BJ McGory, Barry's son and Claire's stepson Thomas Coombes as Goz, a drug dealer and friend of Nelly's Alice Feetham as Bernie Melonzola, Melon's wife, who he was convicted of having sex with when she was fifteen Camilla Beeput as Zita, Nelly's occasional girlfriend, a stripper Nicholas Croucher as Dylan, Jody's best friend and next-door neighbour Struan Rodger as Richard, owner of an illicit paedophile bar and brothel Ryan McKen as DC Leo Rainsford, a detective working on Jody's case Alexander Arnold as Luke, a student and regular at The Palm Tree Ragevan Vasan as Gavin, a student and regular at The Palm Tree, Luke's friend and flatmate Remmie Milner as Daisy, Goz's girlfriend and mother of his child Jimmy Walker as Marky Betts, Teens' son, a strip club doorman Mia Austen as PC Helen Long, the McGorys' family liaison officer Adrian Edmondson as Gideon, a paedophile

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