We’re excited to announce that our Jerry Iwu has joined the leading cast of the upcoming series The Sister Boniface Mysteries for BBC Studios and BritBox.
Set in 1960s rural England, this entertaining detective drama follows the investigations of Sister Boniface of St Vincent’s Convent – nun, moped rider, wine maker and part-time forensic scientist. The popular character, brought to life by Lorna Watson, first appeared on screens in Father Brown. Created by Jude Tindall (Father Brown) and produced by BBC Studios.
Jerry is set to play Detective Sergeant Felix Livingstone. Felix was supposed to be on secondment to the Metropolitan Police but an administrative error lands him in Great Slaughter. A cast of eccentric local characters combined with his boss’s reliance on a nun leave him reeling…
Sister Boniface Mysteries will air in the UK on UKTV’s free-to-air channel Drama and in the USA on BritBox in 2022.
We’re pleased to announce that the first five episodes of Kin, starring our Emmett J Scanlan are now available to watch on AMC+ in the USA and RTÉ in Ireland.
The series charts the lives of a fictional Dublin family embroiled in a gangland war and speaks to the enduring unbreakable bonds of blood and family. The series is produced by Bron Studios and Headline Pictures.
It was co-created by The Last Kingdom’s Peter McKenna and Ciarán Donnelly and is directed by Diarmuid Goggins.
We’re very excited to be able to announce that our Jack Archer will take the lead role of Provence in the upcoming Marie Antoinette series for Canal+, as filming commences in Paris this week.
An eight-part drama created and written by Deborah Davis (The Favourite), the show will tell the story of the famed queen, who was the last queen of France before the French Revolution.
Additional writers are Louise Ironside (The Split), Avril E. Russell (All on a Summer’s Day) and Chloë Moss (Run Sister Run). The series is directed by Pete Travis (Bloodlands) and Geoffrey Enthoven (Children of Love).
Filming will take place in historical locations across France, including the Châteaux of Versailles, Vaux-le-Vicomte, Lésigny, Champs, Voisins, and in the studios of Bry-sur-Marne.
We’re incredibly happy to announce that our Naomi J. Ogawa has been cast as the role of Yoko Tanaka in Tim Burton’s upcoming live-action Addams Family series.
Titled Wednesday, the coming-of-age comedy, written by Smallville creators Al Gough and Miles Millar and to be directed by Burton, is a sleuthing, supernaturally infused mystery charting Wednesday Addams’ years as a student at Nevermore Academy, where she attempts to master her emerging psychic ability, thwart a monstrous killing spree that has terrorized the local town, and solve the supernatural mystery that embroiled her parents 25 years ago.
Yoko is one of “the cool kids” at Nevermore Academy, “a vampire with Harajuku-inspired Goth flair”.
Wednesday is produced by MGM/UA Television for Netflix, with filming to commence shortly and a release date to be announced.
AMC+ has debuted the official trailer and release for Kin – the upcoming crime drama series that stars our Emmett J. Scanlan. The show follows the lives of the Kinsella family, as they find themselves tangled up in a war with a notorious drug kingpin. AMC+ will premiere Kin on September 9.
Emmett stars alongside Charlie Cox (Daredevil, Boardwalk Empire), Ciaran Hinds and Aiden Gillen (Game of Thrones), whilst Peter McKenna (The Last Kingdom, Red Rock) serves as showrunner/executive producer, writer, and co-creator, alongside Ciarán Donnelly (Altered Carbon, Vikings) who also serves as co-creator.