The Tunnel: Vengeance films early March
Filming is due to begin on 6 March on the third and final series of The Tunnel.
Shooting will run for 15 weeks on The Tunnel: Vengeance, which reunites the characters of Anglo-French duo Karl Roebuck (Stephen Dillane) and Elise Wassermann (Clemence Poesy) as they face the growing threat of terrorism against a backdrop of the rise of the far right in Europe.
Kudos is working in conjunction with Canal + on the show, which will be filmed in the UK and France and delivered as a 6 x 60 to Sky Atlantic.
Manda Levin and Karen Wilson exec produce for Kudos, Toby Welch produces and the series will be directed by Anders Engstrom and Giles Bannier.
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Canal + and Sky Atlantic’s first series of The Tunnel was based on the Danish/Swedish crime drama The Bridge with a mix of French and UK crew and a bilingual dialogue.
The international co-production is one of many major TV dramas lining up to shoot in the UK over the next few months including Electric Dreams: The World of Philip K Dick, The Miniaturist, Bancroft, Bounty Hunters and Killing Eve.
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