Highlife, a new documentary-style reality show, follows a group of young and ambitious British West Africans through their daily lives. The official synopsis promises an “ambitious, wholly authentic and authentic portrayal of British life” as the stars struggle to live up to the family’s lofty expectations.
The series will air on Channel 4 on September 10. “Secular Life” was saturated with surrealism, children’s humor, sarcasm, theatrical songs and dance numbers. It only lasted one series due to Cummings’ increasingly successful film career in Hollywood.
Highlife cast and crew
- – Sebastian Flight
- – Steve McCracken
- – Shona Spurtle
- – Captain Hilary Duff
- DJ Cappi, 28
- Tomy, 30-year-old music producer
- Camilla, Grammy-winning singer, songwriter and producer
- Tony, Content Creator for Women’s Empowerment
- chief designer
- Renowned makeup artist Bernicia
- Entrepreneur Kiddwaya
- cultural irene
- Shona, the pilot of The High Life, gets a job showing video of an Air Scotia flight, much to Sebastian’s annoyance.
- Episode 1 “Fear” Steve and Sebastian decide to find a way out of short-haul flights. The upcoming arrival of the human resources inspector could make those dreams come true.
- Episode 2 & # 8211 & # 8220Birl & # 8221 & # 8211 Air Scotia employees take a weekend crash course. Steve falls in love with stewardess Heather.
- Episode 3 & # 8211 & # 8220 Winch & # 8221 Sebastian returns from a vacation in Florida and discovers that something has happened between Shana and Steve.
- Episode 4 & # 8211 & # 8220Choob & # 8221 & # 8211 An almost complete repeat of the Comic Apartés pilot episode.
- Episode 5 “Doug” Sebastian decides to be the first Scotsman to enter the Song for Europe contest, hoping to find fame, fortune and some girlfriends for Steve. Meanwhile, the Air Scotia crew throws a birthday party for Aurora Borealis, the precocious daughter of beloved rock star Shona.
- Episode 6 “Dunk” The team becomes involved in a small espionage plot involving Cookie in a parody of the 1960s Batman series.