War of the Worlds (2019) (Fox : Canal+)

War of the Worlds (2019) — bringing you up to speed

If you didn’t know, it’s possible to watch War of the Worlds (2019) in the UK — time to remind you about this series and bring the most recent news A few years ago, both the BBC and Fox Networks / StudioCanal were developing versions of the classic HG Wells novel War of the Worlds. We’ve … >

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Confessions of Frannie Langton cast

Confessions of Frannie Langton cast announced as filming starts

ITV announces the The Confessions of Frannie Langton cast The four-part drama, adapted by author and writer Sara Collins from her debut novel of the same name, has commenced filming in Yorkshire. Karla-Simone Spence ([Left] Blue Story, Wannabe) leads the cast in the role of Frannie Langton, the drama’s young protagonist born into a life of … >

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Jessica Raine joins cast of ‘Silk’ writer’s new BBC One drama ‘The Last Post’

BBC One has announced the cast for Silk creator Peter Moffat’s new ‘60s drama The Last Post. The six-part series will be led by Jessica Raine‎ (Call The Midwife), Jessie Buckley (War and Peace), Amanda Drew (Broadchurch), Ben Miles (Coupling) and Stephen Campbell Moore (The Go-Between), alongside newcomer Jeremy Neumark-Jones. Based on writer Peter Moffat’s … >

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Reece Shearsmith and Sharon Rooney join BBC Two’s dark comedy ‘Stag’

BBC Two’s new comedy-thriller about the Stag weekend from hell has begun filming in Scotland. Created by Jim Field Smith (producer/director of The Wrong Mans) and George Kay (The Tunnel), Stag follows a meek schoolteacher (Jim Howick – Peep Show), his future brother-in-law (Stephen Campbell Moore – Our Zoo) and several obnoxious friends on a deer-stalking … >

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BBC Two orders comedy thriller ‘Stag’

BBC Two Controller Kim Shillinglaw has announced the commission of Stag, a new “darkly comic thriller”. Created by Jim Field Smith (producer/director of The Wrong Mans) and George Kay, the three-part series follows a meek schoolteacher (Jim Howick – Peep Show, Babylon) as he struggles to survive the Stag weekend from hell. He is joined … >

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