MEDICI THE MAGNIFICENT STARRING SEBASTIAN DE SOUZA AVAILABLE ON NETFLIX

The highly-anticipated second season of Medici starring our Sebastian De Souza has been officially released on Netflix.

Set against the backdrop of the Renaissance period, the series picks up on the story of the great Medici family two generations on from Season 1. We follow Lorenzo’s journey to becoming “Lorenzo The Magnificent”, as he takes charge of Florence, usurping his own father to gain control of the city and the Medici bank. Meanwhile their long-running feud with the Pazzi bubbles to the surface, with Jacopo Pazzi intent on destroying the Medici Stronghold, and he will stop at nothing to exact his revenge.

Sebastian plays the iconic series regular role of Sandro Botticelli who is a close friend and fiercely loyal to the Medici family.

All 8 episodes are now available to stream on Netflix.

SECOND ACT STARRING FREDDIE STROMA OPENS IN UK CINEMAS

We are excited to announce that the STX feature Second Act starring our Freddie Stroma has opened in UK cinemas.

The comedy follows the story of Maya Vargas (Jennifer Lopez) who after a friend’s son creates an impressive but false online resume for her is hired by the major corporation F&C. Consequently Maya must navigate this new life, address her inadequacies, and figure out who she truly is and what she really wants.

Freddie Stroma plays the officious and competitive Development Exectuive at F&C, Ron, who is instantly suspicious of Maya as she bluffs her way through this new identity. They quickly become fierce competitors as he tries hard to bring her down.

Don’t miss Second Act which is in all UK cinemas now!

YOU’RE THE WORST STARRING CHRIS GEERE RETURNS TO FXX FOR THE FIFTH AND FINAL SEASON

The hit comedy series You’re The Worst starring Chris Geere returns to FXX on the 9th January for its fifth and final season.

Chris Geere will be reprising the lead role of Jimmy who officially got engaged to his on-and-off girlfriend Gretchen (Aya Cash) at the end of season four.

Writer Stephen Falk (Orange is the New Black/Weeds) stated “This is the season leading up to, and playing with, the idea of commitment and what that means — and what that means in a legal and personal structure and what it means to one’s development — and, vis a vis, the end of one being cool or not.”

Don’t miss the season premiere on January 9th on FXX.

JONAH LEES JOINS THE CAST OF THE LETTER FOR THE KING

We thrilled to announce our Jonah Lees has joined the cast of Netflix’ The Letter For The King, playing the leading role of Jussipo. 

The Letter for the King is a coming-of-age drama series based on Tonke Dragt’s bestselling medieval adventure novel. The series just wrapped shooting in New Zealand and will be moving to Prague in early 2019.

The series is set in a world full of adventure and intrigue, where no one wants to be a knight more than Tiuri who is tasked with delivering a top-secret letter on which the fate of the entire kingdom depends. On their journey, he and his young friends (including Jonah’s Jussipo) will discover just how much it takes to become a true knight, and just how much the broken adult world needs them to fix it.

 

TOM BRITTNEY STARS AS THE NEW LEAD ON HIT ITV SERIES, ‘GRANTCHESTER’

We are very excited to announce that Tom Brittney will be seen as the new lead in the ITV religious crime drama, Grantchester on Friday 11th January 2019.

The series’ newest season will be saying their goodbyes to its leading protagonist, Sidney Chambers (James Norton) and welcome Tom Brittney as the new clergyman and investigator in town, William Davenport.

As the series approaches the swinging 1960s, so does the new clergyman as Davenport continues Chambers’ legacy. By becoming the new partner of police inspector Geordie Keating (Robson Green), the two continue to tackle crimes that reflect the characters’ dramatic response towards the societal changes within its new era.

Be sure to catch the first episode of the Grantchester’s fourth season on Friday 11th January on ITV 1, at 9pm

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