Delicious 2 readies for late summer filming
The second series of comedy drama Delicious starring Dawn French and Emilia Fox is gearing up to shoot in Cornwall in late August.
The series comes from Bandit Television for Sky 1; Series One performed well for the channel in 2016 with an average cumulative audience of 1.87 million making it the most watched UK drama series on Sky 1 for the year.
Dan Sefton returns to write the 4 x 60 episodes which will film over an eight-week period.
PI subscribers can log in for shoot dates and key hires including the line producer, production designer and casting director.
Sky 1 is also working on the sixth series of Strike Back from Left Bank Pictures, which has completed the first block of filming. Most of this series is filming in Budapest, with two weeks in Jordan. Another Sky 1 commission, Bounty Hunters, is also currently shooting, starring Jack Whitehall and Rosie Perez as an unlikely partnership who end up on the run.
The second series of the channel’s period drama Jamestown is in pre-production now in Hungary with filming due to get underway next month.
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