Wanderlust plans Manchester filming
Doctor Foster indie Drama Republic is now in pre-production with a new BBC One drama that will film in Manchester.
Wanderlust is an exploration of the relationships within multiple generations of a family, and asks whether lifelong monogamy is possible - or even desirable. It is the first TV series by award-winning playwright Nick Payne.
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Drama Republic achieved an average of 6.3 million viewers for Series 2 of Doctor Foster. The shingle, which counts King Charles III among its credits, is currently in advanced development on Pure, a comedy drama series for Channel 4.
Also on Drama Republic’s development slate is Payne’s adaptation of Us, from the 2014 novel by David Nicholls.
Details of these and other projects from Drama Republic are listed on Production Intelligence.
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