By Patrick Munn | August 13, 2018 - 11:53 am | No Comments
Morven Christie (The A Word, Hunted) has been set as the lead in The Bay, ITV's six episode police drama series which hails from Tall Story Pictures, award-winning writer Daragh Carville and Richard Clark.
By Patrick Munn | July 10, 2018 - 7:32 pm | No Comments
ITV has given the greenlight to Sandition, an adaptation of Jane Austen's unfinished novel that was written only months before Austen’s death in 1817. Andrew Davies, the award winning scribe behind House Of Cards and War & Peace is penning the adaptation.
By Patrick Munn | June 28, 2018 - 8:53 pm | No Comments
ITV has released the trailer for the third season of Unforgotten, which is set to premiere next month. In seasons three, Alex Jennings (The Crown) Kevin R. McNally (Designated Survivor), Neil Morrissey (Line Of Duty) and James Fleet (Indian Summers) play a close-knit group of old school friends that have stood by one another through thick and thin. However, when the body of a teenage girl who went missing at the turn of the millenium is found at a building site off the M1 motorway, the four men are placed under the spotlight and their relationships are tested to the limit.
By Patrick Munn | June 28, 2018 - 4:20 pm | No Comments
Grantchester has found its new Vicar. Tom Brittney (Outlander, Call the Midwife) has been set as the new co-lead in the ITV period drama. He replaces original star James Norton, who is exiting during the upcoming fourth season. "I am beyond excited. From the moment I heard about the role of Will Davenport, it was something I wanted more than anything", Tom Brittney said. "It’s a real honour to be joining such a wonderful series, with such a loyal fan base."
By Patrick Munn | May 29, 2018 - 3:58 pm | No Comments
EXCLUSIVE: It was billed as being ITV's successor series to Poirot (after they lost the Christie rights to the Beeb), but Maigret won't be matching the nearly 25 year run of the Agatha Christie drama. My sources are telling me that ITV has quietly cancelled the Rowan Atkinson fronted series after two seasons, each consisting of two episodes.