The Pursuit Of Love starring Lily James, Emily Beecham and Dominic West finally starts on BBC One tonight.
The Pursuit Of Love is a romantic comedy-drama about love and friendship. A synopsis for the show reads: "Starring Lily James as the charismatic and fearless Linda Radlett, and Emily Beecham as her best friend and cousin Fanny Logan.
"Consumed by a desire for love and marriage the two women are on the hunt for an ideal husband, but their friendship is put to the test when they choose very different paths.
"Whilst Fanny settles for a steady life, Linda decides to follow her heart, to increasingly wild and outrageous places."
But who stars in the show, where is it located and how many episodes are there?
The Pursuit of Love full cast list
Lily James - Linda Radlett
Emily Beecham - Fanny Logan
Dominic West - Uncle Matthew
Andrew Scott - Lord Merlin
Dolly Wells - Aunt Sadie
Annabel Mullion - Aunt Emily
John Heffernan - Davey
Shazad Latif - Alfred Winchman
Assaad Bouab - Fabrice De Sauveterre
Freddie Fox - Tony Kroesig
James Frecheville - Christian
Emily Mortimer - The Bolter
Beattie Edmondson - Louisa Radlett
Martha West - Jassy Radlett
Where was The Pursuit of Love filmed?
Filming took place last year in and around Bristol and Bath and at Bottle Yard Studios with some scenes completed in Paris, France.
Senior Bristol Film Manager, Laura Aviles, said: "This part of the UK has everything a production like The Pursuit of Love could possibly need; stately homes, studio space at The Bottle Yard, a strong crew base and supportive film offices in Bristol and Bath.
"Once government had given the green light, Open Book and Moonage Pictures did an excellent job getting the shoot up and running with Covid-safety guidelines firmly in place. It was the hard work and adaptability of crews and companies in Bristol and Bath that enabled the West of England to be at the forefront of shoots like this resuming in the UK."
How many episodes of Pursuit of Love are there?
The Pursuit of Love is a three-part series with the first episode airing on Sunday, May 9 at 9pm on BBC One.
The episodes will air weekly at the same time on Sunday nights.