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BBC and Hulu’s Normal People: Streaming, Release Date, and Cast

Another show making big news currently is Normal People, and we can understand why everyone is so obsessed with it. It is about two teenagers, who are trying to resist staying together but they fail always. So, this story is something what people consider to watch, as it feels fresh. The show will be coming out soon with the first episode on Hulu, and we are here to provide you with all the available details about Normal People season 1 release date, preview, cast, and streaming details.

Normal People Season 1 Release Date

The show has different release dates as per the region, and it will be arriving on 26 April 2020 for the UK audience. Moreover, the show will also be available in the US, and the release date is 29 April 2020. Also, it will be released in Ireland on 28 April 2020 on RTE channel. So, these are the different release dates available currently, and UK and US viewers will have to watch it on BBC Three and Hulu respectively. The first season is supposed to have 12 episodes as pee the current details.

Normal People Season 1 Cast

Below is the main cast of the show!

Daisy Edgar-Jones as Marianne
Paul Mescal as Connell
Sarah Greene as Lorraine
Aislín McGuckin as Denise
Eliot Salt as Joanna
India Mullen as Peggy
Desmond Eastwood as Niall
Fionn O’Shea as Jamie
Leah McNamara as Rachel
Eanna Hardwicke as Rob
Sebastian de Souza as Gareth
Kwaku Fortune as Philip
Clinton Liberty as Kiernan
Aoife Hinds as Helen

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Normal People Poster Featuring Main Cast: Daisy Edgar-Jones as Marianne, Paul Mescal as Connell ( © BBC / Hulu)

Normal People Season 1 Preview

Normal People Season 1 Streaming

The show was ordered back in May 2019, when Hulu and BBC Three started working on the series. The trailer was then released on 1 March 2020. Moreover, the show is supposed to release on Stan in Australia, and the release date is 27 April 2020. In the US, the show will be available on Hulu. Similarly, the UK will be able to watch the show on BBC Three from 26 April, and Ireland audience can watch the show on free-to-air channel RTE from 28 April 2020. The show will air episodes weekly on the respective platforms.