Left Bank working on WWII drama for ITV
As Production Intelligence subscribers will already know, Left Bank Pictures are working on an eight-part period drama for ITV.
The Halcyon is set against the backdrop of World War Two, and was officially confirmed at an industry event in London yesterday.
As of 30 November, PI subscribers have been able to log in for details on when the series shoots, along with the name of the producer and casting director; more information to follow as filming draws nearer.
Left Bank Pictures are also busy in production on their hefty Netflix commissions, The Crown, which began an eight-month shoot in July, and the second series of Outlander, which films until February.
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