An ordinary British family contends with the hopes, anxieties and joys of an uncertain future in this six-part limited series that begins in 2019 and propels the characters 15 years forward into an unstable world. Daniel (the youngest brother) is getting married to Ralph, Stephen (the oldest brother) and Celeste (his wife) worry about their two daughters, Edith (the oldest sister) is engaged in one humanitarian cause after another, and Rosie (the youngest sister) is a single mother with spina bifida raising one boy, and about to give birth to a second. Presiding over them is Gran, the imperious Muriel. This is the final episode of this six-part drama. You can watch all six full episodes on BBC and HBO.
In 2029, Muriel blames the family and humanity at large for the various problems in the world. The family make a plan to free Viktor and end up liberating the camp and broadcasting footage to the whole country. Rosie breaks through the curfew fence around her estate with her catering van. Stephen confronts Woody and shoots him in the leg using a gun which he had purchased with the intention of killing himself. Edith collapses at the camp due to her illness. Viv Rook is charged with murder relating to the Erstwhile sites and the BBC is reopened. Rosie and Jonjo also get married, and have a son together named Danny. The timeline skips to 2034, where it is revealed that the events of the series were the retellings of Edith's memories, as she is in the process of uploading her memories to water molecules with Bethany's help. Edith's body dies, and the series ends with the whole Lyons clan unsure if Edith's consciousness was uploaded to Muriel's "Signor" virtual assistant.