All posts tagged 'Channel 5'

Emily Reid, Emmett J. Scanlan, Catherine Walker & Eleanor Methven To Star In Channel 5’s ‘The Deceived’

Emily Reid (Curfew, Belgravia), Emmett J. Scanlan (Peaky Blinders, The Fall), Catherine Walker (Shetland, Versailles) and Eleanor Methven (Little Women, Derry Girls) have been tapped to star in Channel 5's four-part drama The Deceived. The Deceived is described as having as "sinister narrative of lust, manipulation and betrayal". It follows English student Ophelia, who falls in love with her married lecturer, seeing in him all the answers to her needs.

Julie Graham, Neil Morrissey, Tallulah Greive & More To Star In Channel 5’s ‘Penance’

Julie Graham (The Bletchley Circle), Neil Morrissey (Line of Duty), Tallulah Greive (Millie In Between), Nico Mirallegro (The Village), Art Malik (The Woman In White) and Wanda Ventham (Only Fools And Horses) have been cast in Penance, Channel 5's three-part drama based on Kate O’Riordan's novel of the same name.

Channel 5 Sets Premiere Date For ‘Cold Call’

Channel 5's original drama series Cold Call will premiere on Monday November 18th at 9pm and will then continue to air daily in the same time-slot, it has been announced.

Lyndsey Marshal To Play Agatha Christie In Channel 5’s ‘Agatha And The Curse Of Ishtar’

Channel 5 has found a new Agatha Christie. Lyndsey Marshal (Rome, Hanna) has been tapped to play the famous author in Agatha And The Curse Of Ishtar, the second entry in Channel 5's series of Agatha And The... films. She replaces Ruth Bradley (Humans) who played Christie in the first film, Agatha And The Truth Of Murder.

Nicholas Ralph Set As Lead In Channel 5’s ‘All Creatures Great And Small’

Channel 5 has found their James Herriot. Newcomer Nicholas Ralph has been set as the lead in their new take on All Creatures Great And Small. Samuel West (Mr. Selfridge), Anna Madeley (Patrick Melrose), Callum Woodhouse (The Durrells) and Rachel Shenton (White Gold) have also been cast in the series.

Channel 5 Sets UK Premiere Date For ‘The Hunting’

Australian drama The Hunting will receive its UK premiere on Channel 5 on Monday September 30th at 10pm and will then air daily in the same time-slot, it has been announced.