London Kills films in the summer

London street SVoD service Acorn TV has commissioned two series of a new London-set crime drama from Paul Marquess, creator of Suspects. 

The two series will comprise five episodes each and will shoot back-to-back in the summer.

Production Intelligence subscribers can log in for details on the line producer, casting director and filming dates. 

Marquess’ company PGM TV is working on the show with Acorn Media Enterprises. Marquess will also executive produce, having written the crime drama with Jake Riddell, Sarah-Louise Hawkins, Sally Tatchell and Claire Fryer. 

Acorn recently ordered a new run of the Cotswolds-set Agatha Raisin from Company Pictures and Free@Last TV. The show begins filming in late April; full details on Production Intelligence.  

Photo via Linder.


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