London Kills readies to film in the capital
Filming begins next month on London Kills with two series set to shoot back to back.
The crime drama is from Suspects writer Paul Marquess – his writing team includes Sally Tatchell, Sarah-Louise Hawkins, Jake Riddell and Claire Fryer.
The project will be delivered to Acorn as two runs of five hour-long episodes and plays out in a documentary style, following a group of top murder detectives.
Marquess’ production company, PGM TV, is co-producing with Acorn Media Enterprises.
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London Kills is one of several dramas currently filming in the capital including Jerusalem, The Rook and the second series of Britannia.
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