Major C4 drama to film in Wales and London
A major new drama for Channel 4 is set to film in Wales and London with principal photography due to get underway early next year.
Jerusalem is a 6 x 60 period thriller set in the aftermath of the Second World War and centres on an ambitious 20-something woman who joins the Civil Service and subsequently agrees to spy on her own government for the Americans.
It is written and created by Bash Doran (Boardwalk Empire, Smash, Masters of Sex) produced by management and production company 42 Mgt and Twenty Twenty Television.
The executive producers are Eleanor Moran and Rory Aitken for 42 and Tim Carter for Twenty Twenty. Josh Varney and Ben Pugh will act as co-executive producers for 42.
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