Cutting It

6.5

2002

Duration  :  

1h 00m

25 Episodes

Allie Henshall and Gavin Ferraday are partners in love and business. They own Henshall Ferraday hair salon, where Allie's sisters Darcey and Sydney work alongside them. As Allie and Gavin consider taking over a vacant property across the road, they are rocked by the news that a rival hairdresser has bought it. To make matters worse, Allie discovers that the new salon, Blade Runner, is run by her ex, Finn, and his wife, Mia Bevan. Finn fathered the child Allie claimed to have aborted. He left her when he found out she was pregnant, but he's back ...

Cast : Amanda Holden, James Murray, Sarah Parish, Sian Reeves, Angela Griffin, Ben Daniels, Jason Merrells, David Leon, Annette Badland, Lucy Gaskell, Enid Dunn, Philip Martin Brown, Bill Thomas


Genres : Drama


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Seasons
Season 1

6 Episodes

Season 2

7 Episodes

Season 3

6 Episodes

Season 4

6 Episodes


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