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JESSICA RAINE JOINS BAPTISTE

27 July 2018

We are very excited that Jessica Raine (PATRICK MELROSE, WOLF HALL, CALL THE MIDWIFE) will join Tchéky Karyo and Tom Hollander as ‘Genevieve’!

Harry and Jack Williams said, “We are so pleased to welcome Jessica Raine to our brilliant cast; her talent and commitment are perfect for Genevieve and we’re really excited to see what she does with the character.”

The series is currently shooting in Antwerp and Ghent in Belgium for BBC One.

‘Call The Midwife’ Star Jessica Raine Scores Role In BBC One Detective Drama ‘Baptiste’

STRANGERS screens at the BFI

25 July 2018

Last night (24th July 2018) saw a public screening of Episode 1 of STRANGERS at the British Film Institute. The screening was followed by a brilliant Q&A led by Nina Hossain, with Mark Denton and Johnny Stockwood (Writers & Creators) Paul Andrew Williams (Director) and actors John Simm, Emilia Fox and Katie Leung.

LIAR nominated for TV Choice Award

27 June 2018

We are thrilled that the public has shortlisted LIAR for Best New Drama at the TV Choice Awards! Voting is open until Friday 6th July before the ceremony takes place on 10th September.

https://awards.tvchoicemagazine.co.uk/vote-here/

Trailer for strangers is here

25 June 2018

ITV have released the very exciting trailer for STRANGERS, starring John Simm, Emilia Fox, Anthony Wong, Tim McInnerny, Dervla Kirwan and Katie Leung. It will also be shown on Amazon.

Look out for STRANGERS on your screens later this year!!

BACK TO LIFE Announced for BBC Three

20 June 2018

Daisy Haggard (Episodes, Uncle) will star as an ex-con and also write the series with former Perrier winner Laura Solon.

Haggard will play Miri, who has just been released from a decade in prison following a terrible crime. Now aged 36, and with no job, no friends and no choice but to move back in with her parents.

Miri is desperate to move on, put the past behind her and get back to her life; but, in a small town where her crime is the most dramatic thing that has ever happened, will anyone let her?

Six half-hour episodes have been commissioned for BBC Three. They will be produced by Debbie Pisani and directed by Christopher Sweeney. Executive Producers will be Jack Williams, Harry Williams and Sarah Hammond for Two Brothers Pictures.

BBC Unveils Comedy Slate With Projects From David Tennant & ‘Paddington 2’s Simon Farnaby

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