BBC’s Autumn/Winter Hamilton Hodell Extravaganza!


The next few months of UK television are set to become some of HH’s most exciting yet! Check out the AMAZING trailer below for the BBC’s upcoming Autumn/Winter season, showcasing some of the biggest shows airing on the BBC during the coming weeks, most of which star HH clients in leading roles.

Big shows include:

Six-part miniseries The Night Manager – a crime thriller adaptation of John Le Carré’s novel of the same name, starring HUGH LAURIE, TOM HIDDLESTON and NATASHA LITTLE;

Fresh, visceral, fast-paced contemporary new cop show Cuffs, starring JACOB IFAN and LUCY RUSSELL;

Hilarious and hotly-anticipated new comedy series The Tracey Ullman Sketch Show, written by and starring TRACEY ULLMAN with guest performances from SAMANTHA SPIRO and RUPERT GRINT;

The long-awaited fourth series of gritty detective drama Luther, starring ROSE LESLIE;

Andrew Davies’ landmark adaptation of Tolstoy’s War and Peace, which brings the classic to life for a modern audience on a truly epic scale, shot in Russia, Latvia and Lithuania and starring BENJAMIN WAINWRIGHT and BEN LLOYD-HUGHES;

A brand new adaptation of Agatha Christie’s classic murder mystery And Then There Were None, starring MAEVE DERMODY;

The fifth series of beloved childbirth show Call The Midwife, starring PAM FERRIS;

A television adaptation of John Lanchester’s critically acclaimed novel Capital, starring ZRINKA CVITESIC and cast by TOBY WHALE;

Epic twenty-part series Dickensian, in which iconic Charles Dickens characters interact – starring STUART McQUARRIE;

Exciting twist-and-turn police drama River, starring FRANZ DRAMEH;

And the eagerly-awaited, gripping espionage thriller London Spy, starring BEN WHISHAW, SAMANTHA SPIRO and ZRINKA CVITESIC.

Transmission and premiere dates for most of these shows have not yet been announced, but we’ll let you know as soon as we find out. In the meantime, check out the trailer below and see how many clients you can spot. Time to get excited!

Post a Comment

%d bloggers like this: