Everything I Know About Love Is Sure to Be Your New Favorite YA Series

Travel back to 2012 and watch as a pair of best friends' relationship is tested after one begins a new romance in the trailer for Peacock's new series Everything I Know About Love.

By Paige Strout Aug 01, 2022 8:57 PMTags
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If you've been missing The Sex Lives of College Girls, Peacock's new series is for you.

Inspired by the memoir of the same name by Dolly AldertonEverything I Know About Love—which premieres August 25—follows a group of four friends as they encounter bad dates, heartaches and humiliations in 2012-set London.

The story centers around childhood BFFs Maggie (Emma Appleton) and Birdy (Bel Powley), who move in with their college (ahem, university) friends Nell (Marli Siu) and Amara (Aliyah Odoffin). But the pair's relationship is put to the test after Birdy gets a boyfriend, posing the question: What happens when you no longer are the most important person in your best friend's life?

"Nothing will change, Maggie," Birdy tells her bestie in the show's new trailer, to which she responds, "That's only a thing people say when everything's changing."

The seven-episode series is created, written and executive produced by Alderton, and also stars Connor Finch, Jordan Peters and Ryan Brown.

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From wild parties to emotional fights to accidentally stumbling in on friends' sexy time, the show's group of gals are in for their fair share of adventures.

"We're in this grubby, golden phase of life that is so short-lived," says Maggie at the trailer's end. "Sorry, I wanna live before I die."

Check out the full trailer above and scroll below for more 2022 TV premiere dates.

Everything I Know About Love premieres Thursday, August 25, on Peacock.

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