Everything Now synopsis: What is the Netflix series about?


Sophie Wilde is definitely making a name for herself, and we’re here for it! If you saw her horror movie Talk to Me over the summer, then you know why we’re excited to see the Australian actress in a new show on Netflix! Everything Now begins streaming Thursday, Oct. 5, 2023.

This gal is talented at taking on challenging and interesting roles, and her new series is no different.

The story is centered around a young teen, Mia, who has been away from school and her friends for the last few months to recover from anorexia, per Netflix’s Tudum. When she returns, it seems like everyone else has gone through the typical high school experiences except for her. And so, she decides to change that.

Check out the official synopsis (and trailer!) from Netflix below:

"When 16-year old Mia returns home after a lengthy recovery from an eating disorder, she is thrust back into the chaotic world of sixth form only to find that her friends have moved on with teen life without her. Along with an ever-evolving bucket list, three best mates and a major new crush, Mia throws herself headfirst into a world of dating, parties and first kisses, soon discovering that not everything in life can be planned for."

What to expect from the comedy-drama series starring Sophie Wilde

The British teen comedy-drama will have a total of eight episodes, all dropping on premiere day. Now whether the show is getting a second season is still too early to tell. We’ll have to wait and see where the story goes and what Netflix decides to do.

Wilde is still early in her career and doesn’t have much under her belt just yet. But after her starring role in Talk to Me, that’s already changing for the 26-year-old! I’m certainly impressed by her talent, and so it doesn’t come as a surprise to me that she is now getting more roles.

Her previous work includes playing Scout in Australian series Eden, Kyra in miniseries You Don’t Know Me (which is streaming on Netflix), and Sophia Western in drama series Tom Jones. Plus earlier this year, she starred opposite Shadow and Bone season 2 star Patrick Gibson in the movie The Portable Door.

Everything Now also stars Lauryn Ajufo as Becca, Harry Cadby as Cameron, Noah Thomas as Will , Stephen Fry as Dr. Nell, Niamh McCormack as Alison, Sam Reuben as Mia’s brother Alex, Vivienne Acheampong as Mia’s mom Viv, and Alex Hassell as Mia’s dad Rick.

Everything Now premieres Thursday, Oct. 5, 2023 on Netflix.

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