It has been announced that Clique (Series 2) starring our Leo Suter as the co-lead role of Jack will be broadcast on BBC1.
The first two episodes will premiere consecutively with Episode 1 airing on Monday 15th July and Episode 2 on Tuesday 16th July at 10.35pm. The rest of the six part series will air each following Monday on BBC1 at the same time.
In Clique (Series 2), Holly finds herself drawn out of self-imposed hiding towards a close-knit, smart and magnetic set of male students led by charismatic, good-looking Jack (Leo Suter). When they become embroiled in a campus-wide scandal, Holly is torn between the kinship she feels with them and the unnerving sense that something darker is at play. Do the clique boys represent the provocative fight-back response of fed-up youth, or are their politics hiding a more personal, insidious danger?
We are excited to announce that Scream Resurrection starring our Jessica Sula will premiere on VH1 on Monday 8th July.
The reboot of the popular franchise will be broadcast on VH1 as a three-night event of two-hour episodes starting on Monday 8th July 8 at 9/8c finishing out the run on Wednesday 10th July.
Jessica will be playing the series regular role of Liv – a straight-A student and the head cheerleader whose good intentions lead her astray.
She will star opposite RJ Taylor, Mary J. Blige and Keke Palmer.
Our Samuel Blenkin (currently shooting on Stephen Moffat/BBC One’s Dracula) has been announced to lead the cast of the National Theatre’s Ocean at the End of the Lane.
Based on the acclaimed book by Neil Gaiman (American Gods, Good Omens) and adapted by Joel Horwood, this modern myth follows our hero Alex (played by Samuel) as he battles with dark, ancient forces that threaten to destroy his rural Sussex life.
The production starts previews from the 3rd December, and officially opens in the Dorfman Theatre on Wednesday 11th December.
David Makes Man, starring our brilliant Jordan Bolger, has set 14th August as it’s premiere date.
Created by Oscar winning Tarell Alvin McCraney and produced by Oprah Winfrey and Michael B Jordan, the series centers on a 14-year-old prodigy from the projects who is haunted by the death of his closest friend and relied on by his hardworking mother to find a way out of poverty.
It premieres on August 14th on Oprah’s OWN Network in the United States.
The network has also released a new trailer that can be seen here:
Our Shubham Saraf will shortly be seen on Netflix’s new anthology series CRIMINAL.
He shall star opposite David Tennant, Hayley Atwell and Nicholas Pinnock.
The series is set across four countries – France, Spain, Germany and the UK. It takes place exclusively within the confines of a police interview suite. It is a stripped down, cat-and-mouse drama that will focus on the intense mental conflict between the police officer and the suspect in question.