Double bill of British comedy dramas based on a true story. In 'Fisherman's Friends' (2019), while on a stag weekend in Cornwall, London music executive Danny (Daniel Mays) is tasked with signing a group of local fishermen who perform together as part-time sea shanty singers. Despite the uphill challenge of convincing all of the ten men, who want no part of fame or fortune, to sign with him, Danny embeds himself in the community and succeeds, only to find out from his boss that the idea to sign them was just a big joke. Unwilling to go back on his word, Danny attempts to convince another label to offer them a real contract. In 'Fisherman's Friends: One and All' (2022), a year on from the successful release of their debut album, the band is in turmoil as they struggle to cope with the demands of their new-found fame. Faced with being dropped by their record label, the band searches for a new recruit to replace Jim (James Purefoy)'s late father, Jago (David Hayman). However, as Jim struggles to process his grief, the future of the band is thrown into doubt.