Meet Alison's new love interest in The A Word – Ben Chambers.
In tonight's episode (May 26), Paul is forced to spend time with his ex-wife new boyfriend.
Will he be okay with his ex-wife moving on?
Here's everything you need to know including why Ben in The A Word looks so familiar...
Who is Ben Chambers?
Ben (David Gyasi) is introduced in the opening episode of series three as Alison's new love interest.
He too is the father of an autistic child – although Alison (Morven Christie) is yet to meet his daughter.
We're yet to find out what happened to her mother but there are a few things we do know.
For example, Ben is absolutely smitten with Alison and owns his own gardening business in Manchester.
He also seems to adore to Joe (Max Vento) – but how will Paul (Lee Ingleby) feel about a stepfather coming into the picture?
Following their split, Alison has been blaming herself for breaking up the family.
"I've spent the last ten years fighting my son's corner and I don't regret that," she tells her dad Maurice. "I know the fight in me is hard to be around.
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"Maybe it just got to be a habit, maybe I'm always looking for the next fight."
Alison also feels tremendous guilt about the impact the separation has had on Joe in particular.
But then she meets Ben – and her whole world is about to turned upside dow.
Who is David Gyasi?
If Ben looks familiar, that's because actor David Gyasi has a glittering TV and film career stretching back almost 20 years.
On the small screen, he's been in Casualty, The Bill, Doctors, Silent Witness, Waking the Dead, Doctor Who and Holby City – to name a few.
He also starred alongside Angelina Jolie as Percival in Maleficent: Mistress of Evil.
Last year, David worked with Orlando Bloom and Cara Delevingne in TV series Carnival Row, playing Agreus Astrayon.
Netflix fans may also recognise him as David in the movie Annihilation.
What happens in The A Word tonight?
It's a big day for Joe this evening (May 26).
Alison (Morven Christie) organises a sponsored walk for for his classmates to raise money for the school.
Planning the event brings gives her a chance to bond with Joe's teacher Heather (Julie Hesmondhalgh).
During a heart-to-heart, the pair begin to open up one another and their conversation leaves Alison contemplating a new career.
When the big day arrives, the pressure off being centre of attention proves too much for Joe (Max Vento) and he refuses to leave his room.
However, Rebecca (Molly Wright) turns up and the mother-to-be saves the day – but there's clearly something on her mind.
Later on she finally comes clean to Alison about what's been worrying her.
Elsewhere, Paul (Lee Ingleby) is forced into a situation where he has to spend time with Ben (David Gyasi)..
Alison then finds out she isn't the only one that's moved on from her marriage.
The A Word series three is on BBC One, Tuesdays at 9pm.
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