The Bisexual - Season 1

We list a range of the most interesting events and scenes through this dramatic series. The series opens events through New Yorker Laila, who lives a perfect life with her friend in London. But she has a dangerous secret that she is bisexual. On the other hand, Laila and Saadi try to be civilians, but they may hide something behind the scenes.
Duration: 40 min
Quality: HD
Release: 2018
Something went wrong.

Please report this problem

  • The Bisexual S01E06
    Available from: 14-11-2018
  • The Bisexual S01E05
    Available from: 07-11-2018
  • The Bisexual S01E04
    Available from: 31-10-2018
  • The Bisexual S01E03
    Available from: 24-10-2018
  • The Bisexual S01E02
    Available from: 17-10-2018
  • The Bisexual S01E01
    Available from: 10-10-2018
Sort By
  • Newest
  • Oldest
Critics Of "The Bisexual - Season 1"
Times (UK)
October 12, 2018 The Bisexual is really a show about people who set out to carve themselves new, pioneering alt culture identities in their twenties, then find themselves deep into their thirties with no clear roadmap for what comes next.
Read in Source
Daily Telegraph (UK)
October 11, 2018 The Bisexual's secret weapon is its willingness to be moving. You laugh like a drain, but you care.
Read in Source
The Arts Desk
October 10, 2018 There is nobody whom one is, er, rooting for.
Read in Source
Sunday Times (UK)
October 15, 2018 Here was a widening of the conversation. And it was sweet, funny and blessed with a complex star.
Read in Source
Times (UK)
October 11, 2018 At heart it's about human beings - lost, lonely human beings - and, splendidly, about the utter uncoolness of the London hipster copping-off scene.
Read in Source
November 07, 2018 It's earnestness shines through as it educates us on how people often misunderstand bisexuality. However, as a six episode dramedy, The Bisexual feels a bit thin.
Read in Source
New Statesman
October 18, 2018 Akhavan creates robust enough characters to keep us compelled, even as we laugh.
Read in Source
Observer (UK)
October 16, 2018 It's rather good, in its way, Desiree Akhavan and Maxine Peake as a broken lesbian couple exploring their options, but the last taboo... for whom, exactly?
Read in Source
London Evening Standard
October 10, 2018 As Leila, Desiree Akhavan, is dry, subtle and hugely funny, her light New York accent barely rising above a monotone and yet, somehow, expressing eloquent emotion.
Read in Source
Empire Magazine
October 15, 2018 Far lighter than, say, Fleabag, but sharing its arch humour, the miniseries hones in on the difficulties of apparently betraying a group you've long felt part of.
Read in Source
Annabelle: Creation
IMDb: 7
109 min
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
Twelve years after the tragic death of their little girl, a dollmaker and his wife welcome a nun and several girls from a shuttered orphanage into ...