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BBC AMERICA TO PREMIERE BROADCHURCH STARRING DAVID TENNANT IN THE US
BBC AMERICA has announced that the eight part ensemble drama Broadchurch starring David Tennant, Olivia Colman, Vicky McClure and Arthur Darvill will premiere in the US on the channel in 2013.
From the producers of The Hour, MI-5 and Life on Mars, Kudos Film and Television, and distributed by Shine International,Broadchurch is written and created by Chris Chibnall (Torchwood, Law & Order: UK, Doctor Who) with Richard Stokes (Silk, Law & Order: UK, Torchwood) as producer and Jane Featherstone (The Hour, Life on Mars, Law & Order: UK) and Chibnall as executive producers. James Strong (United, Downton Abbey, Silent Witness, Doctor Who) has directed the first two episodes and episodes seven and eight of the series.
The series explores what happens to a small community when it suddenly becomes the focus of a major murder investigation and is subjected to the full glare of the media spotlight. Broadchurch,will premiere as part of BBC AMERICA’s groundbreaking drama block, Dramaville, in 2013.
The ITV drama was commissioned by ITV1.
Cheers to the cast and crew of our Dramaville miniseries THE HOUR on their GOLDEN GLOBE nomination for Best Miniseries or TV Movie.
The feature includes sketches, mood boards and an interview with The Hour’s costume designer Suzanne Cave.
SIENNA GUILLORY JOINS IDRIS ELBA IN BBC AMERICA’S LUTHER
Sienna Guillory (Resident Evil, Inkheart, Love Actually, Eragon) has been cast to play Luther’s new love interest in the third installment of Neil Cross’s critically-acclaimed Dramaville mini-series, Luther, which started filming last week.
John Luther is back under intense pressure, with two conflicting crimes to investigate and a ruthless ex-copper determined to bring him down. Luther’s life is his job; that is until love crosses his path and offers him a chance of happiness. Sienna Guillory plays Mary, who works in a vintage clothes shop. She meets Luther in a chance encounter.
Guillory says: “You realize why Luther is so good when you read Neil Cross’s scripts, and then you meet Idris and understand what ‘untamed’ means. There is no other set I’d rather be on, and I love the disastrous fun of being Mary Day, the right girl in the wrong place.”
Idris Elba playing Luther adds: “I want to thank the fans for waiting so patiently for the new season. We’re thrilled to deliver it to you. Here comes John!”
Luther returns to BBC AMERICA’s Dramaville in 2013.
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Shooting begins on BBC AMERICA’s LUTHER 3 starring Golden Globe Winner Idris Elba
We can’t wait for the Dramaville series to return.
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The Hollywood Reporter announced today the premiere dates for BBC AMERICA’s new drama Ripper Street, original series Wild Things With Dominic Monaghan and espionage Dramaville miniseries Spies of Warsaw.
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BBC AMERICA’s THE HOUR TO RETURN TO DRAMAVILLE ON NOVEMBER 28
From today’s announcement: From Emmy®-nominated writer and creator Abi Morgan (The Iron Lady, Shame), the sequel to BBC AMERICA’s Golden Globe®-nominated miniseries, The Hour, sees the return of the highly competitive, sharp-witted and passionate news trio of Freddie (Ben Whishaw,Skyfall), Bel (Romola Garai,The Crimson Petal and the White) and Hector (Dominic West, The Wire) – still striving to broadcast stories they believe in. Now joined by the new eccentric Head of News, Randall Brown (Peter Capaldi, The Thick of It), the sequel – set in late 1957 – will see the personal meet the professional as the characters become deeply embroiled in cover-ups, corruption, love affairs, sexual intrigues and the resurgence of Mosley’s fascism. Welcome to the end of the ‘50s …
The Hour premieres Wednesday, November 28, 9:00pm ET/PT as part of BBC AMERICA’s Dramaville.