You might think that creating a TV programme off the back of a song by a guitar-based pop group was a bad idea, and you'd be right, mostly.
All the Small Things won us over quite early on with a choral rendition of Bond theme Nobody Does It Better. It is a shame that the rest of ATST didn't quite live up to the high bar they?d set themselves.
If we're honest, we're getting bored just dragging the show to the forefront of our minds, so we?ll keep this brief.
It revolves around the plight of a choir who are led by Neil Pearson of Drop the Dead Donkey and Bridget Jones. He is in a seemingly blissful marriage with Sarah Lancashire who used to be in Coronation Street, much happier times. But what do we know about contentment and happiness, TV fans? You got it in one, it never lasts.
Sarah Alexander is responsible for smashing the status quo in this series. If you've never heard of her, she's the one who looks strangely like an alien yet still very attractive and used to be in Smack the Pony, Coupling and Green Wing.
Richard Fleeshman is the son of Neil and Sarah?s characters; he likes Blink 182 a lot, excessively so. It is really very funny/alarming just how much his character worships Tom DeLonge until you realise that he has a mental illness, possibly autism, we're not psychiatrists.
Richard is also from the Cornonation Street melting pot as the kid who suddenly turned into a fancy dress shop goth. He still looks like that, and throughout the programme he incessantly hums or sings that ominous Blink 182 song to the point where we want to pull each of his eyelashes out. That or ask him politely to stop, we're easy.
It might be worth seeing how this family separation-cum-choirgeddon-cum-guitar drama develops, but we're not holding out much hope.