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About the Show

Time has moved on in Season 2 of Breeders, the comedy series starring Martin Freeman and Daisy Haggard that explores the parental paradox that you’d happily die for your children, but quite often also want to kill them.


“Luke” (Alex Eastwood) is now 13 years old and “Ava” (Eve Prenelle) is 10, serving up brand new parenting challenges for “Paul” (Martin Freeman) and “Ally” (Daisy Haggard). Luke’s increasing anxiety and Ava’s growing independence add some new and uncharted complications into the existing chaotic mix of stretched resources, lack of time and the fine art of winging it while looking like you know what you’re doing.


Paul’s parents, “Jackie” (Joanna Bacon) and “Jim” (Alun Armstrong) are older too, as is Ally’s mother “Leah” (Stella Gonet), leading Paul and Ally to find that they now have to parent the generation above them as well as the generation below.


And at the center of all this is Paul and Ally’s relationship. Can they survive the new pressures as they just-about survived the old ones? Or is there a finite number of ropes you can find yourself at the end of?


The 10-episode season is produced by FX Productions, Avalon Television and Sky Original Productions. Academy Award®-nominee and double Emmy® Award-winner Simon Blackwell (Veep, Peep Show, The Personal History of David Copperfield, Back) is showrunner. Breeders is created by Blackwell, double Emmy Award and Directors Guild of America Award winner Chris Addison (Veep, The Thick of It, The Hustle) and Emmy and BAFTA®-winning Martin Freeman (Fargo, Sherlock, Black Panther, Captain America: Civil War, The Hobbit), who also stars alongside Daisy Haggard (Back to Life, Episodes, Black Mirror). Executive producers are Blackwell, Addison, Freeman, Richard Allen-Turner, Rob Aslett, David Martin, Jon Thoday, Toby Welch (Catastrophe, The Tunnel, Skins) and Michael Wiggs. Ben Palmer (Man Up, The Inbetweeners Movie, Back) is co-executive producer and Dan Kay (The New Pope, The Salisbury Poisonings, Uncle) produces.

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Season 2
Season 2

Sn.2 Ep.5

"No Baby"

LATEST Sn.2 Ep.5

No Baby

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As Ally contemplates her pregnancy, a new piece of information blows her world apart. A worried Ava tries to help her mom while Luke regrets lying about his anxiety.

21 minutes • TV-MA • Aired 04/12

Sn.2 Ep.4

"No Faith"

LATEST Sn.2 Ep.4

No Faith

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As a sudden death impacts the older generation of the Worsley family, Ava struggles to keep a profound secret from Paul, and Ally finds it equally difficult to hide her true feelings from Luke.

23 minutes • TV-MA • Aired 04/05

Sn.2 Ep.3

"No Connection"

LATEST Sn.2 Ep.3

No Connection

Expires in 93 days

Paul fears his culturally fragmented family have lost a vital connection. Gentrification impacts Jim and Jackie as the last of their old neighbours move out and more young professionals move in.

23 minutes • TV-MA • Aired 03/29

Sn.2 Ep.1

"No Surrender"

LATEST Sn.2 Ep.1

No Surrender

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The kids are growing up fast – Ava is now 10 and Luke is about to turn 13. With their burgeoning independence comes the question of whether Paul and Ally’s parenting style still works. Clue: no.

25 minutes • TV-MA • Aired 03/22

Sn.2 Ep.2

"No Fear"

LATEST Sn.2 Ep.2

No Fear

Expires in 93 days

Luke’s anxiety is becoming a problem at home and school. Would a medical diagnosis make his life easier or harder? Ally faces further tension after her mother Leah is robbed.

22 minutes • TV-MA • Aired 03/22


  • “riotously relatable…..consistently addicting”
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  • “Television’s Most Relatable Portrayal of Modern Parenting”
    - Decider
  • “Hilarious….Buckle up, parents, because we're all about to take a ride on the parenting train into Relatable Town ”
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  • “Tell-it-like-it-is comedy”
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  • “This comedy is sure to make you laugh while you’re nodding and thinking, ‘Yep. I can relate to that’”
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  • “an honest and hilarious assessment of modern parenthood”
    - The New Daily
  • “Each episode feels like a slice of life, complete with laughs, tears, sarcasm”
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