Keeping Faith streamed 50 million times on BBC iPlayer
Since solicitor Faith Howells (Eve Myles) stormed into our lives and made her debut on BBC iPlayer in February 2018, the drama series Keeping Faith has been streamed 50 million times
"This is an astonishing number and a terrific milestone. The cast and crew can be rightly proud about the impact their work has had not just here in Wales but across the UK. It’s a phenomenon" — Nick Andrews
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Keeping Faith follows Faith - a lawyer and mother whose husband disappears one morning. Over three series, she has to navigate her marriage, family life and career, and in the final series regular cast members Bradley Freegard (Evan Howells), Mark Lewis Jones (Steve Baldini), Cath Ayers (Lisa Connors) and Hannah Daniel (Cerys Jones), Aneirin Hughes (Tom Howells) and Rhashan Stone (DI Breeze) were joined by Olivier award-winning Celia Imrie (Victoria Wood: As Seen On TV, Dinnerladies, Best Exotic Marigold Hotel) and Dame Siân Phillips.
Keeping Faith was originally developed by S4C as Un Bore Mercher. Produced for BBC Wales and S4C by Vox Pictures, in association with APC and Nevision. Directed by Pip Broughton and Judith Dine. Created by Matthew Hall, written by Matthew Hall and Pip Broughton, and produced by Pip Broughton and Llyr Morus for Vox Pictures. Adrian Bate executive produced for Vox and Maggie Russell for BBC Wales.
Nick Andrews, Head of Commissioning at BBC Wales says: “This is an astonishing number and a terrific milestone. The cast and crew can be rightly proud about the impact their work has had not just here in Wales but across the UK. It’s a phenomenon.”
The third and final episode aired on BBC One on Saturday night and the whole series is available on iPlayer until March 2022. Series one and two will be available until autumn 2021.
Source BBC iPlayer
May 5, 2021 2:00am ET by BBC iPlayer