Based on Edward St. Aubyn's series of novels, Melrose hilariously skewers the upper class with the odyssey of Patrick Melrose, an aristocratic and outrageously funny playboy who struggles to overcome the damage inflicted by a horribly abusive father and the mother who tacitly condoned the behavior.\ Each of the five episodes will tackle one of Aubyn's semi-autobiographical novels: Never Mind, Bad News, Some Hope, Mother's Milk, and At Last. The first book illustrated Melrose's childhood abuse at the hands of his father, while the sequels tracked his life through drug abuse, recovery, and fatherhood.

Type: Scripted

Languages: English

Status: In Development

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: None

Patrick Melrose - The Affair (TV series) - Netflix

The Affair is an American television drama series created by Sarah Treem and Hagai Levi. The series premiered on Showtime on October 12, 2014. A TV-14 version of the pilot episode was made available online beginning on October 6, 2014, via YouTube, SHO.com, and several other on-demand formats. A 12-episode second season of The Affair premiered on October 4, 2015. On December 9, 2015, the series was renewed for a third season, which debuted on November 20, 2016. On January 9, 2017, Showtime renewed the series for a fourth season, which premiered on June 17, 2018. The series won the Golden Globe Award for Best Television Series – Drama and Ruth Wilson won for Best Actress – Television Series Drama at the 72nd Golden Globe Awards in 2015. At the 73rd Golden Globe Awards in 2016, Maura Tierney won the award for Best Supporting Actress.

Patrick Melrose - Recurring cast - Netflix

Victor Williams as Detective Jeffries John Doman as Bruce Butler, Helen's father Kathleen Chalfant as Margaret Butler, Helen's mother Mare Winningham as Cherry Lockhart, Cole's mother Colin Donnell as Scott Lockhart, Cole's brother Danny Fischer as Hal Lockhart, Cole's brother Michael Godere as Caleb Lockhart, Cole's brother Kaija Matiss as Mary-Kate Lockhart, Hal's wife Deirdre O'Connell as Athena Bailey, Alison's mother Nicolette Robinson as Jane, waitress at The Lobster Roll Darren Goldstein as Oscar Hodges, owner of The Lobster Roll Stephen Kunken as Harry, a publisher Lynn Cohen as Joan Bailey, Alison's grandmother (season 1) Jennifer Esposito as Nina Solloway, Noah's sister (season 2–present) Richard Schiff as Jon Gottlief, Noah's attorney (season 2) Joanna Gleason as Yvonne, a publisher who, along with her husband Robert, owns the guest house in which Allison and Noah stay (season 2) Peter Friedman as Robert, Yvonne's husband (season 2) Brendan Fraser as John Gunther, a prison guard (season 3) Reagan & Savannah Grella as Joanie, Alison and Cole's daughter (season 3)

Patrick Melrose - References - Netflix