‘Safe’ — a co-commission with Canal+ in France — is set to star Michael C. Hall.
When Netflix began streaming multi BAFTA-winning array Happy Valley, a dirty British play valid a strike in a U.S. With a third deteriorate not due to land until 2018, a SVOD hulk has systematic a new array approach from a producers.
Safe, a corner elect by Netflix and France’s Canal+, is an eight-episode, one-hour play from best-selling author Harlan Coben and Manchester-based ensign Red Productions. With a screenplay by BAFTA and Emmy leader author Danny Brocklehurst (Ordinary Lies, Shameless) and set to star Michael C. Hall (Dexter, Six Feet Under) and Amanda Abbington (Sherlock), a array sees a widow who’s lifting dual teenage girls in a lifelike gated village turn inextricable overnight in poser involving murder, a disappearance and buried secrets.
The drama, that began sharpened Tuesday, will tide globally on Netflix outward of France. StudioCanal, that owns a infancy interest in Red Productions, has placement rights.
Safe is executive constructed by Hall, Coben, Brocklehurst, Nicola Shindler and Red’s conduct of growth Richard Fee.