Pulling is a British television sitcom created by Sharon Horgan and Dennis Kelly and produced by Silver River Productions about three single female friends who live in London and taking a long, hard look at sex, love, friendship and the loneliness of having too much fun.
The series aired in the UK on BBC Three from 23 November, 2006 to 17 May, 2009. There are 12 half-hour episodes in two seasons.
Pulling premiered in South Africa on DStv's BBC Entertainment channel on Thursday 4 November 2010, at 21h40. See "Seasons" below for seasonal broadcast dates and times.
Season 2 premiered on BBC Entertainment on Tuesday 7 June 2011, at 21h25. New episodes broadcast weekly. There are six episodes in the second season.
This BAFTA-nominated series takes a long, hard look at sex, love, friendship and the loneliness of having too much fun, living in London's zone three but with zone one aspirations.
On her hen night, as she watches Louise stage dive into a crowded dance floor and Karen recreate the Bacardi ad on the club bar, Donna realises with absolute drunken clarity that single girls have more fun.
In this state of inebriation she declares her wedding off. Karl responds by running into the kitchen wall and begging Donna not to leave him. Donna moves in with Karen, and so life begins.
The single girls get into a few scrapes when Louise falls in love with Karen's conquest from the previous night, Donna persuades Karl to set her up with an elite employment agency and Karen gets stalked by Mark.
But the real problem arrives when Louise's mum, Eileen, turns up and announces that she's moving in, after having been dumped by her toy boy.
Series exclusive to BBC Entertainment
Season 1 (6 episodes)
Premiere: 4 November 2010 | Finale: 9 December 2010 | Thursdays, 21h40
Season 2 (6 episodes)
Premiere: 7 June 2011 | Finale: 12 July 2011 | Tuesdays, 21h25