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Normal People is an Irish drama television series produced by Element Pictures for BBC Three and Hulu in association with Screen Ireland.Based on the 2018 novel of the same name by Sally Rooney, the series follows the relationship between Marianne Sheridan (Daisy Edgar-Jones) and Connell Waldron (Paul Mescal), as they navigate adulthood from their final days in secondary school to their undergraduate years in Trinity College. The series was primarily written by Rooney and Alice Birch, and directed by Lenny Abrahamson and Hettie Macdonald

The series was released on BBC Three in the United Kingdom on 26 April 2020, followed by weekly airings on BBC One. It premiered on RTÉ One in Ireland on 28 April 2020. In the United States, the series was released in its entirety on Hulu on 29 April 2020. The series has received critical acclaim, with praise for the performances, writing, and its portrayal of mature content. At the 72nd Primetime Emmy Awards, the series was nominated for four awards, including Outstanding Lead Actor for Mescal and Outstanding Directing for Abrahamson.

The series follows Marianne and Connell through their time at secondary school in County Sligo on Ireland's Atlantic coast, and later as undergraduates at Trinity College Dublin. The focus is mainly Connell's and Marianne's complex relationship. Among her peers at secondary school Marianne is regarded as an oddball, though she rejects having any care for social standing. Despite her academic achievements, her home life is complicated by her dismissive mother, Denise, and resentful brother, Alan. Her father is deceased and is revealed to have been a domestic abuser, though her family avoids mentioning him. Connell is a high-achieving athletic student living with his single mother Lorraine, who is employed by Denise as a cleaner. He is popular in the school community, though he is diminished by remaining silent during the bullying of Marianne. This creates complexity as their relationship develops.



  • Daisy Edgar-Jones as Marianne Sheridan, a student from an affluent family who is studious, outspoken, and therefore disliked. She begins a relationship with Connell which he suggests they keep secret. She later attends Trinity College Dublin and studies history and politics.
  • Paul Mescal as Connell Waldron, a well-liked, academically gifted student. His mother works as a cleaner for Marianne's family. He struggles with what he wants out of life and decides to follow Marianne's suggestion and apply to be an undergraduate at Trinity College to study English.


  • Sarah Greene as Lorraine Waldron, Connell's single mother who is employed by the Sheridan family as their cleaner. She and Connell share a close relationship and she expresses disappointment when Connell chooses his public image over treating Marianne well when they are in school. Prior to Marianne and Connell's secret relationship, she is very close with Marianne.
  • Aislín McGuckin as Denise Sheridan, Marianne's single wealthy mother who is a solicitor. Marianne's father is described as being abusive towards her and she doesn't have a close relationship with Marianne and often fails to control Alan's abuse towards Marianne throughout the series.
  • Eanna Hardwicke as Rob Hegarty, a close friend of Connell's who also attends the same school. He later dies by suicide which devastates Connell later in the series.
  • Frank Blake as Alan Sheridan, Marianne's brother with whom she's not close. He does not treat Marianne well, frequently makes derisive comments about her, and is sometimes physically abusive.
  • Eliot Salt as Joanna, a close friend Marianne meets at Trinity College.
  • India Mullen as Peggy, a friend Marianne makes at Trinity College who also comes from a wealthy background.
  • Desmond Eastwood as Niall, Connell's flatmate during his time at Trinity College. He and Marianne become friends and he often encourages Connell and Marianne's relationship.
  • Sebastian de Souza as Gareth, the classmate of Connell's at Trinity College who is an advocate of free speech and Marianne's early collegiate love interest.
  • Fionn O'Shea as Jamie, part of Marianne's social circle at Trinity College who is very competitive. He has a crush on Marianne throughout their university days.
  • Leah McNamara as Rachel Moran, a fellow schoolmate of Marianne and Connell's and part of Connell's social circle. She and Connell once had a casual fling, making her occasionally jealous of Marianne. Connell chooses to go to the debutants' dance with her over Marianne resulting in them becoming estranged for the first time.
  • Seán Doyle as Eric, one of Connell's school friends.
  • Niamh Lynch as Karen, one of the nicer girls to Marianne at school in Sligo
  • Kwaku Fortune as Philip, a friend of Marianne's at Trinity College.
  • Clinton Liberty as Kiernan.
  • Aoife Hinds as Helen Brophy, Connell's girlfriend at Trinity College.
  • Lancelot Ncube as Lukas, Marianne's boyfriend in Sweden.
 In May 2019, it was announced BBC Three and Hulu ordered 12 episodes based on the novel that would premiere 2020 starring Daisy Edgar-Jones and Paul Mescal as Marianne and Connell respectively.[5] Sarah Greene and Aislín McGuckin were also announced as part of the cast.[6] Sally Rooney herself would help with the adaptation alongside writers Alice Birch and Mark O'Rowe. Lenny Abrahamson and Hettie Macdonald would direct and Irish company Element Pictures would produce the series.


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