London Kills films in the summer
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.
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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.
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