Maisie Williams starts filming Sky drama
Filming begins today (4 November) on Two Weeks to Live (w/t), a new Sky Original comedy drama starring Maisie Williams.
Written by Gaby Hull (Cheat), the six-part series stars Williams as Kim Noakes, a young misfit who lives a secluded rural life.
When an ill-judged prank goes violently wrong, Kim must use her bizarre survival skills while on the run from a murderous gangster.
When the project was first announced, Williams said: “Looking forward to getting into something new, I think Two Weeks To Live has really great potential and I want to make something incredible with this wonderful team!”
Phil Temple executive produces; PI subscribers can log in for details on the other HoDs on board.
Cameras also start to roll this week on A Gift From Bob, the sequel to A Street Cat Named Bob, and the latest series of Red Dwarf.
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