Deadwater Fell filming in Scotland
Drama series Deadwater Fell (w/t) has started a ten-week shoot in Scotland with David Tennant leading the cast.
Kudos is producing the Channel 4 drama, which charts the collective trauma that impacts a fictional small-town community when an apparently happy family is murdered by a trusted individual.
Daisy Coulam, a veteran of ITV’s Grantchester series, is the writer and the series is directed by Lynsey Miller.
“Daisy Coulam has written something very special, chilling and fascinating with these scripts,” said Tennant. “I am honoured and delighted to be part of telling this extraordinary story.”
Kudos recently wrapped Sky comedy series Code 404 and is currently in pre-production on a third series of crime drama Tin Star, which relocates the story from Canada to Liverpool.
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