Disney’s FX latest original series “The Premise” is coming exclusively to Disney+ in the United Kingdom and Ireland in November 2021.
The Premise is a fearlessly ambitious new series that uses comedy to engage with the biggest issues of our unprecedented modern era.
Created and hosted by B.J. Novak, joined by an extraordinary group of actors and collaborators, The Premise adds Ben Platt, Tracee Ellis Ross, Daniel Dae Kim, Lola Kirke, Soko, Jermaine Fowler, Ayo Edebiri, Eric Lange and more to the previously announced cast, which included Lucas Hedges, Kaitlyn Dever, Jon Bernthal, O’Shea Jackson Jr., Ed Asner, George Wallace, Boyd Holbrook and Beau Bridges, among others. The Premise combines daring comedic premises with equally daring dramatic performances, creating a new tone for a new time.
The Premise is executive produced by Emmy-nominated B.J. Novak (The Office) and Academy Award®-winning John Lesher (Birdman); produced by FX Productions.
When Will New “The Premise” Episodes Be Released On Disney+ ?
There are five episodes of “The Premise” arriving on Disney+ in the UK and Ireland in November.
Here are when new episodes are dropping:
- Episode 1 – Wednesday 3rd November 2021
- Episode 2 – Wednesday 3rd November 2021
- Episode 3 – Wednesday 10th November 2021
- Episode 4 – Wednesday 17th November 2021
- Episode 5 – Wednesday 24th November 2021
Here are details on each episode:
- “Social Justice Sex Tape” – When a white, woke, twenty-something ally to social justice causes (Ben Platt) discovers video evidence of a disputed police incident in the background of his highly embarrassing sex tape, a savvy young lawyer (Ayo Edebiri) and her mentor (Tracee Ellis Ross) strategize on how to best use the tape and witness to save an innocent man (Jermaine Fowler) from prison. Also starring Melissa Saint-Amand. Written by B.J. Novak and Josie Duffy Rice. Directed by Kitao Sakurai.
- “Moment of Silence” – After losing his daughter to gun violence, a grieving father (Jon Bernthal) pursues a new job as a PR director at the National Gun Lobby, where he’s befriended by a coworker (Boyd Holbrook) who starts to suspect the man’s motives may be far more dangerous than they seem. Also starring Beau Bridges and Amy Landecker. Written and directed by B.J. Novak.
- “The Ballad of Jesse Wheeler” – A pop megastar (Lucas Hedges) returns to his high school to pledge a donation to build a new library, but instead promises to have sex with the school’s valedictorian as an academic achievement prize. The promise inspires the disillusioned Abbi (Kaitlyn Dever) along with the rest of the student body, while the star’s manager (O’Shea Jackson Jr.) and the school’s principal (George Wallace) desperately try to walk back the promise. Also starring Ed Asner, Brendan Scanell and Grace Song. Written and directed by B.J. Novak.
- “The Commenter” – A young woman (Lola Kirke) with a happy life and loving partner (Soko) becomes obsessed with a critical anonymous comment online, eventually upending her life in a quest for the commenter’s approval. Also starring Sylvia Grace Crim and Benjamin Clement. Written by Jia Tolentino and B.J. Novak. Directed by Darya Zhuk.
- “Butt Plug” – A once-poor child of immigrants (Daniel Dae Kim) who has now become one of the world’s richest men presents a chance at redemption to his former school bully (Eric Lange): an uninterrupted hour with his board of directors to pitch a very specific product. Also starring Bryan Batt. Written by B.J. Novak. Directed by Jake Schreier.
What Time Will New Episodes Of “The Premise” Be Released On Disney+?
Disney+ updates on Wednesday’s at the following times:
Sometimes episodes can arrive a few minutes later as the servers update. The Disney+ front page usually updates about an hour later.
Is “The Premise” on Netflix or on the BBC?
This series is made by Disney’s FX studios and the latest season will be released exclusively on Disney+ in the United Kingdom and in some other countries. Up until recently, FX had a deal with the BBC, but this has now expired.
Are you looking forward to “The Premise” arriving on Disney+?