Cilla season 1
Autumn 2014 has acquainted the audience with the new British series which narrated the story of the early career of the heroine named Cilla Black. Actress Sheridan Smith was the chosen for this role. Events taking place in the hometown of Cilla in Liverpool. The story shows which way the heroine passed to climb to stardom. First time, things moved not as smooth as she would like. However, thanks to the perseverance and persistent efforts she was able to succeed. The girl has reached a high level of popularity that allowed her to follow in the footsteps of her old comrades. With time in Cilla's life Bobby appears, relations with which rapidly becoming more stormy. It seemed that this relationship can to harm on newfound success of Cilla. Manager Brian Epstein was categorically against these relationship. She did not want that the girl plunged headlong into a relationship and went out of the way of success to which so sought. Later, for Cilla's was a schedulecompiled which was supposed to increase her rise to fame. Soon, the date has been scheduled and Cilla had to perform at the concert in Hamburg. After a while, the heroine learned unpleasant truths about what Bobby had deceived her. How the girl will react on this and will affect this fact to further her relationship with Bobby?
Cilla season 1 episodes list:
Sheridan Smith takes the lead role in Jeff Pope's three-part drama charting Cilla Black's rise to fame in the 1960s. As the series opens, Priscilla White is a Liverpool typist with dreams of escaping the office and becoming a singer. It looks like her chance has come when she meets songwriter Bobby Willis, who claims to be in the music industry - so she's less than impressed to later discover his flash car is hired and he actually works in a bakery. Despite this inauspicious start, Cilla agrees to let him manage her, but will their arrangement still stand after her friends, a local band by the name of the Beatles, help her land an audition with genuine impresario Brian Epstein
Reunited with Bobby, Cilla's confidence returns and she once again dazzles crowds with her vocal talents. The re-emergence of impresario Brian Epstein then propels her career to greater heights, but this is quickly followed by a new low when her first record fails to set the charts alight, despite being written by two local lads called John Lennon and Paul McCartney. Epstein suggests a change of direction, persuading the singer to take a gamble on the ballad Anyone Who Had a Heart, against her future husband's advice. Continuing Jeff Pope's three-part biopic charting Cilla Black's rise to fame in 1960s Liverpool, starring Sheridan Smith, with Aneurin Barnard and Ed Stoppard.
In 1964 Cilla has her second number one hit and gets to perform at the London Palladium. Feeling self-important she refuses to let Brian sign Bobby as a singer in his own right, claiming that she needs him to look after her. Cilla records the film theme 'Alfie', though she is derogatory about the title, as a means to break in to the American market but a trip to New York to appear on Ed Sullivan's TV show with Brian - who still seeks young men to rough him up - and Bobby does not yield immediate success and an impatient Cilla demands that they return home. Throughout the 1960s Cilla will continue to have hit records before turning to television and the loyal Bobby will always be with her. They are together when they hear of Brian's suicide in 1967, marrying two years later with Bobby being Cilla's manager until his death in 1999.