However, there’s much more to come in the new year, with BBC Drama announcing a brand new trailer for all the action coming in 2022, including a first look at the series. The highly anticipated film adaptation of Chat with friends.
Tic-tac-toe, based on the novel series of the same name by Malorie Blackman, has also been refreshed for a second season, with a brand new visual revealed of Masali Baduza and Jack Rowan portraying their roles as overcome lovers. the stars Sephy and Callum.
In 2020, Paul Mescal and Daisy Edgar Jones brought TV audiences to their knees with their roles as Connell and Marianne in the adaptation of Sally Rooney’s beloved novel. Normal person.
Conversations With Friends is another book by the Irish author now adapted for the small screen, starring Alison Oliver, Sasha Lane, Joe Alwyn and Jemima Kirke as the four main characters.
In a new first photo, Alison can be seen in the figure of Frances, wearing a black polo collar with a leather jacket and hair in a loose ponytail.
The film follows college friends Frances and Bobbi (Sasha Lane) as they forge an unexpected connection with a married couple, Nick (Joe) and Melissa (Jemima).
Another drama coming to the BBC is This Is Going To Hurt, based on Adam Kay’s popular novel about his experiences as a doctor in the NHS, with Ben Whishaw seen seen in the character’s first time wearing the body scrub.
The Responder will also follow a protagonist on the front lines in the UK, with Martin Freeman playing former police officer Tony Schumacher.
The character crashes in the channel’s teaser for upcoming TV series in 2022, screaming while sitting in his car.
The first images for the film adaptation of the Life After Life novel have now been released, with Jojo Rabbit star Thomasin McKenzie playing Ursula and Fleabag actor Sian Clifford playing her mother, Sylvie.
Piers Wenger, BBC Drama Director, explains how TV continues to play an even more important role in people’s lives as the Covid pandemic continues.
“As the pandemic continues to dominate our lives and shape our experiences, I am more aware than ever that drama can offer a little joy, a little relief and a a little escapism for everyone’s life,” he said.
‘The need to listen and tell stories has been with us for millennia, which is why we are delighted to bring audiences more drama on the BBC next year than ever before. over.’
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