The premise: taking contemporary phenomena (ranging from the wild popularity of talent shows on TV to the impact of social media and smartphones on our lives) as a starting point and speculate how such phenomena could/would evolve in the future.
Each episode tells a different story with different protagonists and focuses on a different theme.
I shoved everything - my dress and everything - into this tiny wheelie case.'It was weird going out to the ceremony with no babysitter to have to get back to.'Konnie and Charlie, 46, are parents to children Covey, five, and Huxley, three; and Konnie admitted that the aspects of motherhood have put her off going to all the glam events she and her husband as asked to attend.
'Being a mother is mental and crazy, and when you're still breast-feeding at six months you're worried about exploding while you're expressing milk.'I'd be paranoid about leaking at the BAFTAs wearing a sheer dress.' She also asserted that going to the Emmys wasn't as glitzy as one would think.'You leave your hotel after lunchtime to go to the ceremony.
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'I nearly didn't go at all,' she told Mail Online of this year's Emmy Awards.
But Konnie, 42, admits she shies away from making a fuss when it comes to attending the glitzy ceremonies her husband's work gets them invited to, partly because of her devotion to the couple's two children.