We have 2 new TV drama that will be hitting TV Screens soon. ‘Remember Me’, ‘Prey’, starring John Simm and ‘In The Club’ starring Will Mellor.
Michael Palin will take his first leading role in a TV drama for more than 20 years in BBC1‘s supernatural thriller Remember Me.
Palin, who will reunite with the rest of Monty Python later this year, plays a mysterious care home resident who is the only witness to a violent death in the three-part series, which began filming in Yorkshire this week.
Lemon provided all the police, uniforms and many supporting and featured artists for this new BBC1 Drama. A special well done to Lisa Ashton who got dialogue.
In The Club
We have had a fantastic time working with The BBC on a new drama shot around the Huddersfield area called ‘In The Club’. We provided all the uniformed professionals and police uniforms aswell as many featured and supporting artists. A special well done to Pauline, from the Film and TV Workshops, who had a speaking role yesterday.
Will Mellor and Jill Halfpenny have been cast in BBC One’s upcoming drama In The Club. Hermione Norris, Tara Fitzgerald and Katherine Parkinson are also among the cast members of the six-part series which has been penned by The Syndicate’s Kay Mellor.
In The Club follows the lives of six different couples who’ve bonded at the local Parent Craft class in the last trimester of their pregnancies.
Jonathan Kerrigan, Christine Bottomley, Luke Thompson, Taj Atwal, Sacha Dhawan and Hannah Midgley have also been cast.
From the pen of BAFTA-winning writer Kay Mellor OBE, creator of Band Of Gold, Fat Friends, A Passionate Woman and The Syndicate (currently being remade with Steven Spielberg for the US) comes a new BBC One drama, In The Club.
Kay Mellor said:
“I’m really excited by the calibre of cast we’ve attracted; the level of talent is staggering.
“I feel flattered and honoured to have such amazing actors bringing my characters to life.”
In The Club is a 6×60-minute drama about pregnancy, imminent birth, love and the changing nature of relationships that a new baby brings to a modern family. The series follows six very different couples, who’ve bonded at the local Parent Craft class in the last trimester of their pregnancies. Each has their own unique issues to deal with, be it swollen feet, chronic wind or Braxton Hicks alongside debt, divorce and even death.
“Birth is the ultimate creation, it changes you and your relationships forever. I’m still close friends with the people I met on my antenatal class. It’s a special time in your life,” she said.
The Club is being made by Kellor’s production company, Rollem Productions and will air next year.
It was commissioned by former BBC1 controller Danny Cohen and controller of drama commissioning Ben Stephenson.