Eve is a science fiction series starring Poppy Lee Friar that follows the adventures of a gynoid named Eve (also known as Project Eternity) living with a family in suburbia, trying to make sense of human life as a teenage girl.
Eve launched on CBBC on 5 January 2015 with its 13-part first series occupying a Monday afternoon slot in the channel’s schedule.This was later followed by a Christmas special later in the year. The second series also occupied a Monday afternoon slot and began on 4 January 2016. It ended on 21 March 2016. Series 2 had 12 episodes.
Written by children’s writer Emma Reeves, Eve was co-created with David Chikwe, creative director of Blacklisted Films. Emma Reeves is best known for her writing for The Story of Tracy Beaker, Tracy Beaker Returns and The Dumping Ground.
- Eve – Poppy Lee Friar
- Will Clarke – Oliver Woollford
- Lily Watson – Eubha Akilade
- Nick Clarke – Ben Cartwright
- Abe Watson – Elijah Ayité
- Katherine Calvin - Rhona Croker
- Mary Douglas – Jane Asher
- Maddy Watson – Shonagh Price (from Series 1)
- Viv Watson – Richie Campbell (from Series 1)
- Chris – Rory Barraclough (from Series 1)
- Lord Hoffman – Michael Wildman (Series 2 only)
- Mr Gwenlan – Peter Collins (from series 2)
- Rebecca Clarke – Jenny Bede (from Series 2)
- Cain – Chris Hegarty (Series 2, unknown whether he will return)
- KT – Ellie Grainger (from Series 2)
Former main castEdit
- Katherine Calvin – Rhona Croker (Series 1 & 2)
- Mary Douglas – Jane Asher (Series 1 & 2, Unsure if she died along with Katherine or if she survived)
Former recurring castEdit
- Zac/Adam – Billy Ashworth (Series 1 & 2)
- Mr Bevan – David Ireland (Series 1)