The Crown producers prep BBC One drama
Left Bank Pictures, producers of The Crown, are busy working on The Replacement, with shoot dates locked down and HoDs boarding the project.
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The BBC One drama will shoot for eight weeks on location in Glasgow with Scottish crew. Nicole Cauverien produces, with Left Bank’s Andy Harries and Suzanne Mackie on board to executive produce.
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Left Bank Pictures is also busy with The Halcyon, a major new period drama that began filming last week, and is readying for the global premiere on Netflix on 4 November of The Crown, the hefty new series loosely based on Peter Morgan’s hit play The Audience.
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