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DELIGHTFUL THRILLER “DEAD STILL” PREMI...
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15.10.2020 18:00:32

DELIGHTFUL THRILLER “DEAD STILL” PREMIERES EXCLUSIVELY ON EPIC DRAMA

Photography Is Killer Business…

Epic Drama’s new series, Dead Still, is inspired by the real-life trend of post-mortem photography in the Victorian era. Written and created by John Morton and Imogen Murphy, the six-part series, which premieres [Friday 16th October at 21:00 across CEE and Wednesday 21st at 21:30 in Poland], features an acclaimed international cast including award-winning actor, Michael Smiley (Kill List, Luther, Wire in the Blood) as Brock Blennerhasset; Kerr Logan (Game of Thrones, Victoria) as Conall Molloy; Eileen O’Higgins (Brooklyn, Mary Queen of Scots) as Nancy Vickers, and Aidan O’Hare (The Dublin Murders, Jackie) as Detective Frederick Regan.

Dead Still is set in the late 1880s, when the practice of photographing the recently deceased was popular throughout Ireland and across Europe. A photograph of your lost loved one was considered a most treasured possession, and Brock Blennerhasset, Ireland’s foremost memorial photographer, must revive his business after an accident. Brock enlists the help of loyal and efficient assistant, and former gravedigger, Conall Molloy, and his once-estranged young niece, Nancy Vickers, who he charges with helping run his business.

After a rocky start, their working relationship begins to develop, but it appears someone more sinister is getting in on the act of memorial photography. Detective Frederick Regan of Dublin Castle begins to investigate a series of murders in Dublin’s criminal underbelly, and soon concludes that the serial killer may be cashing in on a taste for a different type of imagery: pictures of his victims in the throes of death. As the body count begins to rise, Blennerhasset, Molloy and Vickers must stop a murderer intent on ending not just their business, but their lives.

Dead Still also stars Jimmy Smallhorne (Taken Down, Clean Break) as Cecil Carruthers, Mark Rendall (Departure, Versailles) as Percy Cummins, Peter Campion (Derry Girls, Kat and Alfie: Redwater) as Henry Vickers, and features Martin Donovan (Big Little Lies, Fahrenheit 451) as Bushrod Whacker.

Epic Drama’s new series, Dead Still, premieres across Central & Eastern on Friday 16th October at 21:00 across Central & Eastern Europe, and on Wednesday 21st at 21:30 in Poland.

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11.09.2020 21:37:07

MISS SCARLET AND THE DUKE

Meet 19th Century London’s First-Ever Female Detective…

Epic Drama, home to the very best period drama series from around the globe, brings you the new and exclusive, fast-paced crime series, Miss Scarlet And The Duke, premiering Tuesdays, 21:00 (CET) from 15th September. Lead protagonist, Eliza Scarlet is an educated, fearless, young woman played by Kate Phillips (Wolf Hall, Peaky Blinders, The Crown, Downton Abbey movie), and she stars alongside Stuart Martin (Babylon, Jamestown, Medici: Masters of Florence) as consummate rogue, The Duke.

When Eliza's father dies, he leaves her penniless in a time where marriage is the only option for financial security.  But headstrong Eliza, has an ace up her bonnet - her father's business, a detective agency. But it's Victorian London and to operate in this man's world, she needs a male partner.  The Duke, Eliza’s envisioned partner in crime is a Detective Inspector for Scotland Yard, who as a young boy was mentored by her father. He’s a gambler, a drinker and a womaniser but he is genuinely fond of Eliza who he shares an almost sibling like bond, but with an underlying sizzling attraction.

Also supporting Eliza as she sets out to become 19th century London’s first female detective, are Moses (Ansu Kabia) and Rupert Parker (Andrew Gower). Moses works at a night club in Soho and has come to London from Jamaica for a new beginning. While their first encounter doesn’t make for a good start, they eventually form an unlikely alliance. And Rupert Parker is a wealthy young man, whose domineering mother is extremely displeased about her only son’s unmarried status and forces him to propose to Eliza. Clearly terrified of his mother, Rupert confides in Eliza that he doesn’t want to be married and the two bond over the fact that they both crave independence and soon discover a different way for them to form a partnership.

The gripping and endearing, six-part series, follows the fiery relationship between Eliza and Duke as they team up to solve a new puzzling crime in each episode, set in the murkiest depths of 1880s London. With her inquisitive mind, Miss Scarlet has always been more interested in running her late father's detective agency than behaving like a proper lady. But nothing has prepared her for the dangers she is about to face as a woman in the murder investigation trade.

Miss Scarlet and The Duke premieres exclusively on Epic Drama across Central and Eastern Europe, Tuesdays, 21:00 (CET) from 15th September.

 

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06.12.2017 06:20:00

Harlots

Set against the backdrop of 18th century Georgian London, Harlots is a powerful family drama ofering a brand new take on the city’s most valuable commercial activity - sex. Inspired by the stories of real women, the series follows Margaret Wells (Morton) and her daughters, as she struggles to reconcile her roles as mother and brothel owner. When her business comes under attack from Lydia Quigley (Manville), a rival madam with a ruthless streak, Margaret fghts back, even if it means putting her family at risk. Brown Findlay will star as Charlotte, Margaret’s eldest daughter and the city’s most coveted courtesan who begins to grapple with her position in both society and her immediate family.
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Written by acclaimed playwright and screenwriter, Moira Bufni (Jane Eyre, Tamara Drewe) and created by Moira Bufni and Alison Newman, Harlots is the frst commission for Monumental Pictures, the independent company founded by Oscar nominated producers Alison Owen (Suffragette, Tulip Fever) and Debra Hayward (Bridget Jones’s Baby, Les Misérables).

In 1760s London there were brothels on every corner run by women who were both enterprising and tenacious. History has largely ignored them, but their stories are in turn outrageous, brutal, humorous and real.
Alison Owen, Executive Producer
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