BBC To Adapt The Spy Who Came In From The Cold

Following on from the success of The Night Manager, AMC & the BBC have now announced that they are to co-produce John le Carré’s novel The Spy Who Came in From the Cold, which will be adapted by Simon Beaufoy (Slumdog Millionaire). It is 1962: the height of the Cold War

Hard Sun To Rise From Pen Of Luther Creator

BBC One has announced that apocalyptic six-part drama Hard Sun, written by Neil Cross (Luther), will star Jim Sturgess (Close To The Enemy) and Agyness Deyn (Pusher) as detectives in a world that that is slipping towards certain destruction. Robert Hicks (Sturgess) is a family man and a great copper, but

Fortitude Tourist Board Opens For Business

Ahead of the UK premiere of Fortitude season two, the Fortitude Tourist Board has launched a new website and posted a video featuring Dennis Quaid in a bid to attract more visitors. In the video, Quaid reminisces about his favourite holiday spot. He believes that with its icy vistas, lively

Adaptation Of Kiss Me First Destined For E4 & Netflix

New thriller for E4 and Netflix, Kiss Me First, has begun filming in London and Croatia. The six-part series is adapted by Bryan Elsley (Skins) from the best-selling novel by Lottie Moggach. Tallulah Haddon (The Living And The Dead) plays Leila, a lonely 19-year-old who becomes addicted to a massively multiplayer

Filming Begins On Channel 4 Thriller Born To Kill

Filming has begun on Born to Kill, Channel 4’s new four-part psychological thriller, written by Tracey Malone (Rillington Place) and Kate Ashfield, which explores the mind of a teenage boy trying to suppress psychopathic desires whilst falling in love for the first time. Sam (Jack Rowan) is a teenager on the