BBC One announces new drama commissions
BBC controller of drama, Ben Stephenson, has announced a raft of new drama commissions for BBC One.
The line-up is as follows:
Atlantis (13 x 45, BBC Cymru Wales)
Adventure series following the young Jason as he arrives in the mysterious and ancient city.
Death Comes to Pemberley (3 x 60, Origin Pictures)
Follow up to Pride and Prejudice, set six years into the Darcys' marriage when a body is found in the grounds of Pemberley.
Breakdown (8 x 60, Company Pictures)
Relationship thriller examining the impact of a child's abduction.
The Interceptor (8 x 60, BBC Drama)
Series centring on a secret law enforcement team whose raison d'etre is to hunt down Britain's most wanted criminals.
Jamaica Inn (8 x 60, Origin Pictures)
Based on the novel by Daphne du Maurier and adapted by Emma Frost, this gothic romance centres on Mary Yellan who goes to stay with her relations at Jamaica Inn, Cornwall, and finds herself embroiled in a world of criminals and smuggling.
Remember Me (3 x 60, Mammoth Screen)
A haunting mystery about an elderly man in a residential home who becomes the only witness to a violent death.
Further details all of the productions can be found on Production Intelligence, the online database of advance productions from The Knowledge.