We are thrilled at the recent news that season two of The Umbrella Academy starring our Tom Hopper as the leading role of Number 1 / Luther Hargreeves has become the longest scripted show to hold the number one spot on Netflix ever.
Forbes announced the news that in the show’s first 30 days on Netflix, The Umbrella Academy quickly rose to the top of the summer list and broke the streaming channel’s monthly point total record.
The second season has received a huge amount of critical acclaim with IGN stating “Umbrella Academy (Season 2) improves on its predecessor by focusing on all the things that made Season 1 so charming: its rapid-fire banter, kinetic action sequences, killer soundtrack, and the complicated family dynamic at its heart.”
Congratulations to our Tom Hopper and you can currently watch The Umbrella Academy (Season 1 and 2) on Netflix.
We are delighted to announce that Young Wallander starring our Stewart Scudamore and Kiza Deen as series regulars and featuring our Jim Sturgeon will premiere on Netflix on Thursday 3rd September.
Based on Henning Mankell’s best-selling novels, the scandi-crime thriller follows Henning Mankell’s famous police inspector, Kurt Wallander, in his early years as a street cop investigating his first ever case. This gripping series showcases Wallander’s formative experiences which led to him becoming the famous detective, formerly played by Kenneth Branagh.
We are thrilled that the highly anticipated second season of The Umbrella Academy starring our Tom Hopper as the leading role of Luther / Number 1 has returned to Netflix.
Adapted from Gerard Way and Gabriel Ba’s popular comic-book series, the new season finds our favourite family of superheroes scattered across Dallas during the ’60s. However trouble is never too far away, so the dysfunctional family have to come back together to alter the timeline (or two!) and save the world from an impending apocalypse.
The second season has received a large amount of critical acclaim with the Hollywood Reporter stating the new season is ‘full of breathtaking visuals and stultifying characters.’
All 10 episodes are now available to stream on Netflix and catch the thrilling trailer below:
We are excited to announce that Little Voice starring our Sean Teale as the co-lead Ethan will premiere on Apple TV on the 10th July.
Little Voice is a love letter to the diverse musicality of New York and explores the universal journey of finding your authentic voice in your early 20s. Sara Bareilles provides original music for this fresh, romantic tale.
The series is produced by J.J. Abrams’ Bad Robot Productions in association with Warner Bros. Television. J.J. Abrams (Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Star Trek, Lost), Sara Bareilles, Jessie Nelson (I Am Sam, Stepmom, Corrina, Corrina) and Ben Stephenson (Westworld) are executive producers. Nelson will also write and direct the first episode.
Tom Hanks’ upcoming World War II naval drama, Greyhound, starring our Tom Brittney will now premiere on Apple TV+. This will mark the biggest feature film commitment made by Apple to premiere on their streaming service.
Written by and starring Tom Hanks, Greyhound is based on the 1955 novel, The Good Shepherd by C. S. Forester. The film follows a US Navy Commander on his first war-time assignment in command of a multi-national escort group defending a merchant ship convoy under attack by submarines in early 1942 during the Battle of the Atlantic, only months after the US officially entered World War II.
Tom Brittney plays Watson, a young Lieutenant aboard the submarine alongside Hanks.
Apple TV+ is yet to announce a release date, although it is anticipated to be later this year.