Including Katherine Kelly, Joe Sims and Amy-Leigh Hickman.
Announced back in August, ITVX's new six-part comedy Ruby Speaking has been co-created by Jayde Adams, who stars in the title role, and written by Abigail Wilson.
It follows newly-single Ruby, who is described as a fun and irreverent member of the customer service team at the Bristol call centre of Hellocom and is inspired by the years Jayde spent working in a call centre.
Joining the cast are Katherine Kelly as Vicki, Sam Swainsbury as Mark, Joe Sims as Tom, Jamal Franklin as Cameron, Nicky Goldie as Donna, Amy-Leigh Hickman as Ellie, Dan Hiscox as Craig and Kiera Lester as Melons.
The life and soul of her workplace, Ruby struggles to read from the prepared script that work and life have foisted upon her, choosing instead to walk her own chaotic path. Ruby is a popular addition to the workforce but puts other people’s problems above her own and definitely above making a sale.
Across the series, we follow Ruby and her ragtag bunch of colleagues at the Hellocom call centre as they live, love, laugh and enter a choir competition they have no business being in.
Written by Abigail Wilson, Ruby Speaking is being directed by Rosie Gaunt-Mathieson and produced by Jon Macqueen with Lucy Lumsden as Executive Producer for Yellow Door Productions.
Ruby Speaking will air later this year on ITVX