The four-part series, which adapts Louise Candlish’s novel of the same name, will air on consecutive nights for the rest of the week.
Here’s everything you need to know about Our House.
What is it about?
Our House is about an estranged married couple, Fiona and Bram. One day, Fiona returns home to find a new family moving into her home – and her husband Bram nowhere to be found. He’s sold the house and disappeared very suddenly.
The series skips back and forth through their marriage, offering a study of their life together and apart.
Middleton has described the series to press as a “present-day thriller, which just kind of unravels and becomes more and more incredible as it goes along. And then you have this tragic love story […] charting the breakdown of this relationship.”
Who stars in Our House?
Martin Compston stars as Bram. You’ll recognise Compston from dramas like The Nest or Traces, but he’s best known still for his role as Steve Arnott in Line of Duty. He can be seen later this year in Amazon’s The Rig, about a group of workers on an oil rig.
Tuppence Middleton stars as Fiona. Middleton is best-known for television sci-fi roles in Black Mirror, Electric Dreams, and Sense8, as well as film roles in period dramas Downton Abbey and Mank.
They’re joined by Rupert Penry-Jones (Whitechapel) as Fiona’s new partner Toby, and Buket Komur (Honour) as Bram’s new partner Wendy. Weruche Opia (I May Destroy You) appears as Fiona’s best friend Merle.
Is there a trailer for Our House?
Yes, there is. You can see it – and get a look at Compston and Middleton in their house – right here.
Where and when can I watch Our House?
Our House will begin on Monday 9 March at 9pm on ITV. It will also be available to watch on ITV Hub.
The four episodes of Our House will air on consecutive nights, with a new episode at 9pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, and finally Thursday.
Where was Our House filmed?
The ITV drama was filmed in South London.
Why should I watch it?
If you’re a fan of twisting-and-turning domestic dramas, this looks like one for you – especially if you’re fond of Martin Compston or Tuppence Middleton too.
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