Shooting gets underway on Code 404, S3
Shooting gets underway today, 8 November, on the third series of Sky original comedy Code 404, starring Stephen Graham, Daniel Mays and Anna Maxwell Martin.
Series three sees Daniel Mays and Stephen Graham reprise their roles of the AI-enhanced “supercop” DI John Major and his long-suffering partner DI Roy Carver, along with Anna Maxwell Martin, Rosie Cavaliero, Michelle Greenidge, Richard Gadd, Amanda Payton, Tracy-Ann Oberman and Michael Armstrong.
Code 404 is co-produced by Kudos and Water & Power Productions and is executive produced by Phil Temple, Tom Miller and Sam Myer. The series is written by Daniel Peak and directed by Al Campbell.
When one of SIU’s own is murdered, Major and Carver become hellbent on solving the case and proving their worth. But it’s bigger than they thought. Forensic psychologist Professor McAllister is brought in to work the case; but still the killer manages to evade capture and wreak havoc. Can they hunt the killer down before it’s too late?
Production Intelligence subscribers were the first to hear about the re-commission of S3, back in early October. Since then, we have published information on the shoot dates and key HoDs on board. To find out more about Production Intelligence, click here to request a free online demo.
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