Writer for film and television

Iain Hollands' first original drama, Beaver Falls, aired on E4. The popular comedy about three British lads working in an American camp was extended to two series. 

Iain's ten-part original comedy-drama series You, Me and the Apocalypse was produced by Working Title Television and NBC Universal for Sky 1, starring Jenna Fischer, Matthew Baynton and Rob Lowe.

Iain is currently writing The Improbability of Love for Kudos and Anonymous Content,  Animal Detective for 42, and The Commune for Fox Searchlight, as well as developing a comedy series Pub Quiz with Big Talk. 





Writer & Creator 

Pub Quiz
6 x 30'
Producer Josh Cole


Big Talk Productions
In development

1 hour pilot

Producer Polly Buckle and Nick Pitt
Director Michael Engler
  • Mathew Baynton
  • Jenna Fischer
  • Rob Lowe
  • Megan Mullally
  • Comedy drama series
    Working Title Television for Sky 1
    Producer Andrea Dewsbery

    Second series 

    Company Pictures for E4
    Director Daniel O'Hara & Jack Clough
  • Samuel Robertson
  • Arsher Ali
  • John Dagleish
  • Original comedy drama series following three British university graduates who have landed jobs at a summer camp.
    Company Television for E4
    Frat House
    6 x 30'
    Original comedy drama series
    Original comedy drama series
    Silver River for BBC Scotland
    Spec script.
    Producer Juliette Howell and Liz Lewin
    Comedy drama series
    ITV Studios/Working Title Television


    1 hour pilot

    Anonymous Content & Kudos

    Original drama / 1 hour pilot



    Eleven Film Ltd
    In development
    Producer Mario Stylianides
    Comedy series
    Lucky Giant
    Producer Tim Sealey
    Roughcut TV
    Producer Phil Temple
    Lucky Giant/NBC Universal
    1 x 90' Single
    Producer Juliette Howell and Liz Lewin
    BBC/ITV Studios

    Luckily Iain Hollands' absurdist take on the end of the world can withstand the hype. Not only is the cast one of the most unusual of the year, a clever meld of British and American talent... But the show itself is happy to take bold tonal risks, swerving between moments of high drama and laugh-out-loud comedy.

    Sarah Hughes
    The Independent on You, Me and the Apocalypse

    In short then, the plotting is clever, the cast is great, the intrigue works, the jokes land and it looks a treat. 

    Louisa Mellor
    Den of Geek on You, Me and the Apocalypse

    promise of deeply unlikely culture clashes and character combinations – trailers have shown Lowe and Quirke pootling around Slough in a VW Polo – is a delicious one. ****

    Gabriel Tate
    Telegraph on You, Me and the Apocalypse