We are thrilled to announce that Sophie Simnett is starring as one of the leads in Netflix’s apocalypse drama series, Daybreak.
The 10-episode series which has been co-created by Aron Eli Coleite and Brad Peyton is based on the Brian Ralph’s graphic novel. It follows 17-year old high school outcast, Josh, searching for his missing girlfriend, Sam in a post-apocalyptic wasteland.
Simnett will be playing the role of Sam, the radiant, confident and undeniably popular high school student.
Daybreak is a joint production between Aron Eli Coleite (Startrek: Discovery) and Brad Peyton (Frontier, Rampage) who, alongside Jeff Fierson (Rampage) will executive produce.
We are thrilled to announce that Jessica Sula has been cast as one of the leads in Amazon Studios’ new series College.
The series which is executive produced by Channing Tatum and created by Marija-Lewis Ryan digs beyond the headlines that make college campuses ripe for drama and steps inside the shoes of six roommates as they hook up, mess up and grow up on their own terms.
Jessica will be playing the series lead role of Addison – a confident sophomore studying bio-medical engineering.
College is a joint production between Free Association and Topple Productions, with Channing Tatum (6 Balloons), Jill Soloway (Transparent), Reid Carolin (6 Balloons), Andrea Sperling (Transparent), and Peter Kiernan (6 Balloons) as executive producers.
Massive congratulations to Tom Hopper and Staz Nair on Game of Thrones winning ‘Outstanding Drama Series’ at the 70th Primetime Emmy Awards 2018!
Showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss accepted the award last night at the Microsoft Theater in LA stating, “Writing for these actors…is the honour of a lifetime.”
Tom Hopper played the hugely popular role of Dickon Tarly, the second and favoured son of Lord Randyll Tarly and Melessa Tarly, in the explosive seventh season of the HBO show while Staz Nair reprised his role of the Dothraki warrior Qhono who will feature in the eighth and final season of the hit series.
Netflix’s Godless starring Jessica Sula was also nominated in this category as was TNT’s The Alienist starring Antonio Magro.