Chris Geere is set to star in Ill Behaviour written by the BAFTA-award winning Sam Bain.
The new BBC three-part comedy thriller, which premieres on BBC iPlayer on 22nd July, follows the story of Charlie (Tom Riley) who is diagnosed with cancer but the prognosis is favourable. However, Charlie is suspicious of drugs and modern medical treatments and decides to refuse chemotherapy in favour of an alternative New Age approach.
His oldest friends Joel (Chris Geere) and Tess (Jessica Regan) fear he’s written his own suicide note, so they decide to hold him hostage and administer chemotherapy themselves with the help of Nadia (Lizzy Caplan), an unstable, alcoholic oncologist.
Ill Behaviour will be released as a box-set on BBC iPlayer before being broadcast on BBC Two later this year.
Lucien Laviscount and Claire Cooper are set to appear in Still Star Crossed for ABC.
Shondalands’s Still Star Crossed begins on the 29th May and follows the tale of Romeo and Juliet. It begins where Shakespeare’s tale ends and promises to take it in a new direction filled with “love, passion, deceit, and hate, and family, and war,”
Lucien plays Romeo and Claire is set to appear as Lady Tessa Montague. You can view the trailer below:
Series 2 of Versailles starring Stuart Bowman airs tonight on BBC Two. The first season of the drama, set in the royal court of 17th century France, was a worldwide success and fans can expect a darker show this time round.
Stuart reprises his role as Bontemps, King Louis’s right hand man and can be seen at 9:30pm this evening. Check out the trailer below
Snatch Season 2 has been confirmed by Crackle. The popular TV Series based on Guy Ritchie’s 2000 movie of the same name, has been a hit for Sony streaming service Crackle and is now it’s “most-watched original drama”.
The first series starred Lucien Laviscount as Billy ‘Fuckin’ Ayres alongside Rupert Grint and Luke Pasqualino as well as Waring and McKenna clients Claire Cooper, Emmett Scanlan and Yennis Cheung.
Season 1 is currently available to watch on Crackle and you can watch the trailer below: