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'Sherlock' producers creating new drama, 'The Guilty'

 

Hartswood Films

 

The team of producers that brought you the successful and entertaining modernization of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's mystery works with 'Sherlock' are now developing a new drama series for ITV called 'The Guilty.'

Tamsin GriegJust as 'Sherlock' debuted in the UK on ITV with a season of three feature-length television episodes (each focusing on a different Sherlock Holmes case), 'The Guilty' is slated as a three-episode drama which will tell a story across two different timelines over the course of a three-episode season or arc.

Tamsin Greig will star in 'The Guilty' as a detective investigating the disappearance of a little boy in the story that’s set across two timelines, one in 2008 and the other in the present day. Katherine Kelly and Darren Boyd, who starred in the British version of 'Spy' (which is presently being adapted and developed for American audiences starring Rob Cordry), will play the parents of the missing child. The series also stars Jamie Sieves of 'Game of Thrones' fame.

'The Guilty' seems poised to capture the imagination and intensity of 'Sherlock' along with other UK police detective mysteries like 'Wallander.' ITV is presently airing 'Broadchurch,' another murder mystery about the disappearance of a young boy, which is gaining in popularity though it is yet to debut Stateside.

It seems that America's love affair with British television is going to continue for the foreseeable future; so long as Hartswood and similar companies keep delivering the goods--in this case, mysteries galore--then they'll continue to find a rabid audience overseas as well as at home.


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Written by: bad_subject
Apr 4th, 2013, 10:14 pm

Images courtesy of ITV1

msd85
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Message Posted On Apr 24th, 2013, 3:47 pm

To be fair, while Wallander is based on a Swedish novel, the TV series was developed and produced for the UK by the BBC. Therefore it is in fact a UK original as far as TV goes.

 

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Message Posted On Apr 24th, 2013, 1:32 pm

Wallander is NOT a original UK show. It's swedish!!!!

Anonypuss

Message Posted On Apr 5th, 2013, 5:34 am
UK TV and their ubiquitous crime procedurals -- if only they were to experience the level of violent crime that exists in the US, maybe they would chill the f*ck out for a while (and realize it isn't that NCISuckin'-fun!) -- that having been said: (really? 'T-h-e G-u-i-l-t-y'? Kudos for the un/imaginative title) those of us in the know, cannot wait till season 03 of that Shakespearean tragedy masquerading as a crime procedural that is 'Luther' begins - pretty much the best tv I've seen in years to come out from that wimpier, gun-less side of the pond!
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