It depicts a young modern day couple going through highs and lows of an adult relationship.
From living arrangements to jealousy - you name it, it's in there.
Brilliantly written to be both serious and funny at the same time.
Starring Frieda Thiel as Shavon Scantlebury and Michael Salami as Mark Johnson.
Shavon is the strong independent type who does not put up with nonsense. Whereas Mark is prone to putting his foot in it and tries to get out of situations he's got himself into.
Mark wants to do the right thing by people. The trouble with Mark is, he doesn't know exactly what the right thing is. There is no denying his heart is always in the right place.
Shavon's parents warned her about people like Mark and that she should go for someone with prospects. Liking a challenge, she hooks up with Mark in hopes to mould him into the man her parent's would like.
Each of the six episodes are portrayed amazingly. Watching, you would think you are witnessing real life.
The first episode highlights Frieda & Michael's talents as actors.
At just over 10 minutes for the episode they are the only two performers who appear in it.
There may be no foolproof manual on how to be in a successful relationship but if you watch Just A Couple it does give you some pointers.
From today, Thursday 9 March 2017, Just A Couple is available every Thursday afternoon on BBC Three's YouTube channel.
Just A Couple is produced by UpShot Entertainment in association with Big Talk Productions.
If you want to watch the first episode, this is it here: