Hulu has acquired Sky comedy drama Brassic, whereas Acorn TV has picked up BBC’s Julia Ormond-fronted drama Gold Digger.
Each offers had been unveiled by ITV Studios at NATPE.
Brassic stars This Is England’s Joe Gilgun, Ripper Avenue’s Damien Molony and Our Woman’s Michelle Keegan in addition to Dominic West. Gilgun performs Vinnie, a person from the north of England with bipolar dysfunction and his greatest mate Dylan, performed by Molony, whose girlfriend Erin, performed by Keegan decides to go away city. Dylan is confronted with the unimaginable resolution between a recent begin with the love of his life or staying behind along with his inseparable gang of mates that he can’t stay with out.
The sequence, which is produced by Calamity Movies, the corporate behind Renée Zellweger’s Judy Garland biopic, was co-created by Gilgun and Danny Brocklehurst, the author behind Netflix’s Michael C Corridor-fronted thriller Protected.
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In the meantime, AMC Networks’ Acorn TV has taken BBC One drama Gold Digger. It stars Legends of the Fall and Temple Grandin actress Julia Ormond as Julia Day, an older lady who falls in love with Benjamin, a youthful man, performed by The Chronicles of Narnia and Westworld star Ben Barnes. Produced by Mainstreet Footage, it additionally stars The Crown’s Alex Jennings, Misplaced in Austen’s Jemima Rooper and Poldark’s Sebastian Armesto. Acorn will launch it in summer season 2020.
Lastly, PBS has picked up ITV’s The Hassle with Maggie Cole. The sequence, which was previously often known as Glass Homes, stars Daybreak French and delves into what occurs when idle gossip escalates uncontrolled.
Ruth Berry, Managing Director World Distribution at ITV Studios mentioned, “With UK expertise wanting set to get pleasure from one other profitable awards season, demand for UK scripted content material is excessive. The breadth and depth of our catalogue means we are able to provide our patrons a various vary of content material with the British hallmark for high quality.”