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Play “Would You Rather” with The Feed cast

Play “Would You Rather” with The Feed cast

We go on set with the cast of the dystopian tech thriller, available exclusively on Virgin TV Ultra HD and in On Demand

We visited the set of the Virgin Media exclusive show The Feed to put the star-studded cast through their paces. Watch our behind-the-scenes video below…

The Feed season finale, Monday 18 November, 9pm, Virgin TV Ultra HD (CH 999). Available to all customers in On Demand > Box Sets

About a year ago, we travelled to a top-secret Manchester location, where the cast and crew of The Feed were filming on a set that we discovered was a spoiler in itself. We had no idea what we were feasting our eyes on back then, but at this point in the series, we (and you if you’re up to date) now know all about that mysterious location…


We played “Would You Rather” with the stars, including Guy Burnet (Counterpart), Nina Toussaint-White (Bodyguard), Jeremy Neumark Jones (The Last Post) and newcomer Shaquille Ali-Yebuah, during a break from filming the explosive and emotional finale. So before you tune in and find out what happens, watch our exclusive video below.

Yep, we asked the cast the hard-hitting questions, including: “Would they rather never use the internet again or have their search history posted online?” and “Would they rather have the ability to access everyone else’s feed or live in a world in which everyone has the ability to access theirs?”


Plus, Guy makes an argument for using : ) over a smiley emoji, Nina discusses her driving (in)experience and a baby steals the show (disclaimer: no babies were harmed in the making of this video).


Still not seen The Feed? What are you waiting for? It’s a big, bold sci-fi from The Walking Dead’s Channing Powell that’ll have you gripped to the sofa. Read on for everything you need to know…


What is The Feed about?

Based on a novel by Nick Clark Windo, the series follows the family of Lawrence Hatfield, the inventor of The Feed – a widely used piece of implantable technology that enables people to share information, emotions and memories instantly. But when things start to go wrong with The Feed (with murderous consequences), the family is pulled apart.


When is The Feed on TV?

This ten-part series started on Monday 16 September. The season finale airs on Monday 18 November at 9pm on Virgin TV Ultra HD (CH 999). It is also available to all Virgin Media customers in On Demand.


Who is in The Feed?

The cast list is seriously impressive. Alongside Guy, Nina, Jeremy and Shaquille, there’s a whole host of recognisable faces. Simply click/hover on the faces below to learn more.



Still have a need to see more on The Feed? Check out another behind-the-scenes video interview with the cast and find out whether they are as connected to the online world as their characters.


How to access the Virgin TV Ultra HD channel

You’ll find all the details explaining what you need here. Then simply press the up button on the EPG to easily access this great show on the Virgin TV Ultra HD channel!


Want to see more in Ultra High Definition?

Find the latest on all the stellar drama, incredible documentaries and thrilling music concerts available in 4K exclusively on Virgin TV Ultra HD.

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