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      Birds of a Feather

      TV-PG 1989 - 1998 12 Seasons Comedy List
      Reviews Sisters Sharon and Tracey have absolutely nothing in common -- until the day their husbands are sent to prison for armed robbery. Sharon moves out of her dreary council flat and into wealthy Tracey's palatial home in the suburbs. As the women get on with their lives and their husbands serve their sentences, they find help and hindrance in equal parts from Tracey's man-eating neighbor, Dorien, a married, middle-aged woman who has frequent affairs with younger men. Read More Read Less

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      Synopsis Sisters Sharon and Tracey have absolutely nothing in common -- until the day their husbands are sent to prison for armed robbery. Sharon moves out of her dreary council flat and into wealthy Tracey's palatial home in the suburbs. As the women get on with their lives and their husbands serve their sentences, they find help and hindrance in equal parts from Tracey's man-eating neighbor, Dorien, a married, middle-aged woman who has frequent affairs with younger men.
      Director
      Nick Wood
      Executive Producer
      Jon Rolph, Steve Sheen
      Network
      BBC
      Rating
      TV-PG
      Genre
      Comedy
      Original Language
      English (United Kingdom)
      Release Date
      Oct 16, 1989
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