All posts tagged 'Clerkenwell Films'

BBC One Renews ‘The Mallorca Files’ For Season 2

In what is a strong sign of confidence in their new daytime drama, BBC One has handed out an early second season renewal to The Mallorca Files. The renewal comes some two weeks before the series is set to premiere on the BBC's flagship channel. Ten episodes have been ordered for the show's second season.

‘The Mallorca Files’: Tanya Moodie Upped To Series Regular For Season 2; Phil Daniels & Josette Simon To Guest Star

After recurring on the show's first season, Tanya Moodie has been upped to series regular for the second season of The Mallorca Files. Additionally, Phil Daniels (Sliced, Quadrophenia) and Josette Simon (Broadchurch, Blake’s Seven) have been tapped for guest starring roles in the new season, which is now filming ahead of a 2020 premiere.

Maria Fernández-Ache, Nacho Aldeguer, Tabata Cerezo & More Join BBC One’s ‘The Mallorca Files’

Maria Fernández-Ache (Holby City), Nacho Aldeguer (Borgia), Denis Schmidt (Dark) and Tabata Cerezo (The Night Manager) have joined the cast of BBC One's daytime series The Mallorca Files, which hails from The Good Karma Hospital creator Dan Sefton. They will star opposite the previously cast series leads Elen Rhys (Broadchurch) Julian Looman (Cop Stories).

BBC Studios, Clerkenwell Films & Anton Corp Team Together For Premium Short-Form Content

BBC Studios is getting into business with Misfits indie Clerkwenwell Films and Anton Corp. The three companies have pacted together to develop and fund a slate of high-end, short-form drama and comedy projects. The announcement was made today by BBC Studios CEO Tim Davie at the IBC Conference in Amsterdam. Under the deal, Clerkenwell will produce the projects, with BBC Studios and Anton providing the funding. It will see the creation of premium, high volume, short-form content produced for digital and linear platforms, with additional funds set aside to self-commission.

Channel 4 & Netflix Renew ‘The End of the F***ing World’ For Second Season

Channel 4 & Netflix have handed out a second season renewal to their drama The End of the F***ing World. The pick up comes close to a year after the first season was released on All 4 and only after Netflix became the global broadcaster for the series outside of the UK. Netflix co-commissioned the second season and will continue to be the global broadcaster.