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BBC One Orders Australian Thriller ‘The Tourist’

BBC One has handed out a series order to The Tourist, an Australian-set mystery thriller that hails from The Missing scribes Harry and Jack Williams and their production company Two Brothers Pictures. Six episodes have been ordered for the show's first season.

BBC Three Renews ‘Back To Life’ For Second Season

BBC Three has handed out a second season renewal to Daisy Haggard and Laura Solon's comedy drama Back To Life. Six episodes have been ordered for the show's second season. Showtime, who recently aired season one state-side, are on-board to co-produce season two.

ITV Releases First Look Images From ‘Liar’ Season 2

ITV has released three first look images from the second season of Liar. The first season wrapped its run in October 2017 and closed with the discovery of Andrew Earlham’s murdered body. The show's second season picks up three weeks after an arrest warrant was issued for Andrew Earlham for the sexual assault of 19 women. When Andrew’s body is found in the Kent marshes, Detective Inspector Renton alongside DS Rory Maxwell are tasked with uncovering clues about Andrew’s past and unpacking the events of the three crucial weeks leading up to his murder.

ITV’s ‘Liar’ Adds Katherine Kelly, Howard Charles & Amy Nuttall For Season 2

ITV is adding to the cast of Liar. Katherine Kelly (Mr Selfridge, The Night Manager), Howard Charles (The Widow, Musketeers) and Amy Nuttall (Downton Abbey, My Fair Lady) have joined the series for its upcoming second season. Katherine Kelly has been cast as DI Karen Renton; Howard Charles as Carl Peterson and Amy Nuttall as Winnie Peterson. They join returning main cast members Joanne Froggatt (Downton Abbey) and Ioan Gruffudd (Forever).

Geraldine James, Adeel Akhtar, Richard Durden & More To Star Opposite Daisy Haggard In BBC Three’s ‘Back To Life’

BBC Three has set to the cast for Back To Life. Geraldine James (Sherlock Holmes), Adeel Akhtar (Murdered By My Father), Richard Durden (Harlots), Jamie Michie (Game of Thrones), Liam Williams (Pls Like), Souad Faress (Bridget Jones’s Baby), Jo Martin (Been So Long), Christine Bottomley (The End of the F***ing World) and Frank Feys (A Perfect Day) are all set to star opposite Daisy Haggard (Episodes) in the six episode comedy drama that she co-created with Laura Solon.