Domino Day

Domino Day – trailer for new supernatural BBC Three drama

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Starring Siena Kelly, Domino Day takes us into the world of witchcraft in the 21st century. 

Ahead of its launch at the end of January, the BBC have landed a trailer for Domino Day.

The show tells the story of Domino – a young woman on all the dating apps. However, Domino isn’t swiping to find her soulmate – she’s swiping to hunt!

Domino Day - Percelle Ascot & Sienna Kelly

(Percelle Ascott); Domino Day (Siena Kelly) (Image: BBC/Dancing Ledge/Sophie Mutevelian)

A young witch with extraordinary powers, Domino is desperately seeking a community who can help her understand who she is, but she doesn’t need to look far, as a coven of witches is already tracking her every move, convinced they have to stop her before her powers destroy everyone and everything around her.

When a dangerous figure from Domino’s past comes back to haunt her, will it be a fresh start for them all, or a final showdown?

Domino Day stars Siena Kelly (Adult Material) in the title role. Across the series, she’s joined by Babirye Bukilwa (We Hunt Together), Poppy Lee Friar (In My Skin), Alisha Bailey (Strike) and Molly Harris (Industry) as the Coven.

Domino Day cast - Jules (Molly Harris); Sammie (Babirye Bukilwa); Geri (Poppy Lee Friar); Kat (Alisha Bailey)
Jules (Molly Harris); Sammie (Babirye Bukilwa); Geri (Poppy Lee Friar); Kat (Alisha Bailey) (Image: BBC/Dancing Ledge/Todd Antony)

Also starring are Sam Howard-Sneyd, Percelle Ascott, Lucy Cohu, Christopher Jeffers, Jonah Rzeskiewicz and Maimuna Memon.

The six-part series comes from Lauren Sequeira (Gangs of London), who creates and writes with Charlene James (Doctor Who) and Haleema Mirza (Secret Invasion). The directors are Eva Sigurdardottir and Nadira Amrani, with Nick Pitt as series producer and Megan Ott as producer. The show was developed and produced by Fremantle’s Dancing Ledge Productions.

Domino Day lands in full on BBC iPlayer from 6am on Wednesday 31st January. Episodes also air weekly on BBC Three from 9pm that night.