Grace Series 2 begins Brighton shoot
The 3 x 120 episodes are adapted by Rusell Lewis from Peter James’ novels about DS Roy Grace and comprise: Dead Enough, Dead Man’s Footsteps and Dead Tomorrow.
The series is produced by Tall Story Pictures, Second Act Productions and Vaudeville Productions for delivery to ITV.
Executive producers are Andrew O’Connor and Paul Sandler for Second Act Productions, Patrick Schweitzer for Tall Story Pictures, Michael Vine for Vaudeville Productions, and Lewis and James.
When the second run was greenlit, writer Lewis said: “We’ll be shooting out of our Brighton HQ and all along and around the South Coast from late summer through to very late autumn, so it’s quite possible that like some macabre Radio Fab Roadshow, our caravanserai of coroner’s van, SOCO unit, Mobile Incident Room may well be coming to a street near you!”
Brighton also recently hosted filming on My Policeman, an Amazon film starring Harry Styles and Emma Corrin.
Grace photo: ITV.
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