A new Syrian refugee comedy is starting on Channel 4 tonight.
Home follows the experience of Sami, a Syrian refugee who enters Britain illegally to claim asylum. Living in with Peter, Katy and John, Sami and his adoptive family discover and come to terms with what a home really means.
The new comedy is created and written by Rufus Jones.
“Home follows the experience of Sami,”
“Living in with Peter, Katy and John, Sami and his adoptive family discover and come to terms with what a home really means.”
Home stars Rufus Jones (W1A, Camping
Jones also wrote the show, his first time penning anything for the screen, and told
“I wrote a script in about four days in a real splurge because I thought what this situation needed was a six-part comedy series,” Jones told i. “Oddly, it suddenly became clear that it was quite a good way of approaching the subject because people don’t explore this sort of subject with comedy very often.
“I read about a
“They were suddenly locked in this sort of
Home begins on Channel 4 at 9.45pm on 5 March tonight, after Derry Girls.