Written by ‘The Missing’ twin Harry and Jack Williams, a six-part array will also star Jodi Balfour.
The inclusive strain of The Missing essay twin Harry and Jack Williams doesn’t demeanour like finale any time soon.
Just a day after ITV suggested it had consecrated a British brother’s eight-part play The Widow, another vital plan from a span has begun prolongation and combined Richard Dormer (Game of Thrones, Fortitude) as a lead.
The BBC and Cinemax project Rellik, constructed by a Williams’ Two Brother Pictures alongside New Pictures, is a six-part thriller that will tell a story of a sequence torpedo in reverse, with a play relocating retrograde in time to a unequivocally beginning.
Dormer will star as a shop-worn and crippled Met detective, Gabriel Markham, who is propelled in an recurrent hunt for a sequence torpedo who left a symbol on him both physically and charismatic. His splendid and heated investigator partner Elaine will be played by Jodi Balfour (The Crown, Bomb Girls), while Rosalind Eleazar, Paterson Joseph, Paul Rhys, Michael Shaeffer and Lærke Winther are also among a cast.
“We are unequivocally gratified to be operative with a BBC again and to be partnering with Cinemax for a initial time,” pronounced a Williams brothers. “Rellik is a dim thriller tonally unequivocally opposite to anything we’ve finished before and we’re looking brazen to bringing it to a screen”
Rellik‘s exec producers are Willow Grylls, Charlie Pattinson and Elaine Pyke for New Pictures, a Williams for Two Brothers Pictures, and Christopher Aird for a BBC. Sam Miller (Guerrilla, Luther) is a lead executive and exec producer, with Hans Herbots also directing, while Chris Clough producers.