Is Time on BBC iPlayer? How many episodes are there? Let’s get the schedule for the 2021 series starring Stephen Graham explained.

What has been your favourite TV offering of 2021 so far?

While there may be plenty to choose from, you may wish to hold your answer until you’ve finished checking out Time.

Episode 1 of this gritty British limited series premieres on BBC One on Sunday, June 6th at 9 PM. In the lead roles we have none other than Stephen Graham (This is England, White House Farm) and Sean Bean (Game of Thrones, Snowpiercer).

The series explores life inside a British prison and centres on Sean’s Mark Cobden (Sean Bean) and Stephen’s Eric McNally, a prison officer. It’s Mark’s first time behind bars and we follow him as he grapples with the guilt of his crimes, navigating a dangerous world while out of his depth.

It’s a must-see but is Time on BBC iPlayer and how many episodes are there?

still from Time trailer, BBC, YouTube

Is Time on BBC iPlayer? How many episodes?

  • There are three episodes of Time and all of them will be available on BBC iPlayer once the first airs on Sunday, June 6th 2021.

Those who don’t wish to binge the series on iPlayer can watch episodes weekly, as episode 2 and 3 are set to follow on June 13th and June 20th respectively.

The drama was created by Jimmy McGovern and both Stephen and Sean worked with him on an episode of Accused in 2012. With this serving as their reunion, the two actors have offered their thoughts…

Time | Sean Bean and Stephen Graham prison thriller | Trailer – BBC

Time | Sean Bean and Stephen Graham prison thriller | Trailer – BBC

Time: Reuniting on the 2021 BBC series

Sean recently said: “Getting to be involved in a Jimmy McGovern drama again is a real privilege and it will be great to be reunited with Stephen. Mark Cobden is another of Jimmy’s complex and superbly written characters and I am looking forward to bringing him to life on screen.”

Similarly, Stephen weighed in on being given the opportunity to work with the two talents again:

“It is an absolute honour to be working with Jimmy again, I’m feeling blessed. I’m excited to be working with Lewis [Arnold] as I have heard so many incredible things about him as a director, I can’t wait to get stuck in. Of course, I am made up to be back on set with Sean.”

Time is available on BBC iPlayer from Sunday, June 6th 2021.

In other news, here’s where to watch Your Honor.