Our House on ITV: What it’s about, cast and where you’ve seen them before


There’s another new drama heading to ITV this week and it stars a few familiar faces.

Our House is the network’s latest offering and begins tonight, Monday, March 7, and promises to be an ‘edge of your seat thriller’.

The four-part series has been inspired by the international best-selling novel of the same name by Louise Candlish and follows Fi Lawson who is shocked to see strangers moving into her house when she arrives home one day.

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She discovered her family’s possessions have gone missing and she has no idea why her home appears to be for sale and her panic continues when she struggles to get hold of her estranged husband, Bram.

She discovers her husband has disappeared and a web of secrets and lies starts to unfold and viewers will be thrown back and forth between the present day and flashbacks of the couple’s life together as the truth comes to light.

ITV has teased: “With her life shattered, she [Fi] realizes the secrets and lies have only just begun, but her husband isn’t the only one with things to hide…”

Taking on the role of Fi is Tuppence Middleton whose breakthrough film role came in Morten Tyldum’s historical drama The Imitation Game.



Tuppence Middleton and Martin Compston in Our House

She has also starred in the Downton Abbey film and is set to reprise her role in the upcoming sequel, Downton Abbey: A New Era, due to be released this year.

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As for TV, viewers may recognize Tuppence for roles in Dickensian, and War & Peace.

Also starring in the series as Fi’s husband Bram is Line of Duty star Martin Compston.

Drama fans will best recognize the actor for his character, Detective Inspector Steve Arnott, in the BBC One series centered around Anti-Corruption Unit, AC-12.

Away from Line of Duty, viewers may have seen Scottish star Martin appearing in BBC One’s Traces, drama series The Nest, and police crime drama Vigil opposite Suranne Jones.



Rupert Penry-Jones as Toby

Rupert Penry-Jones also makes the cast as Toby, Fi’s new partner.

The actor is probably best known for his performances as Adam Carter in Spooks, Clive Reader in Silk, and DI Joseph Chandler in Whitechapel.

Last year he starred in Channel 5’s The Drowning as Mark opposite soap and TV star Jill Halfpenny.

Also joining the cast are Weruche Opia (I May Destroy You,) as Fi’s best friend and neighbor Merle, and Buket Komur (Honour) as the mysterious and alluring Wendy.

Our House begins on Monday night (March 7) at 9pm and airs across the following thee consecutive nights.

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George Holan

George Holan is chief editor at Plainsmen Post and has articles published in many notable publications in the last decade.

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