We also know that currently many fans and netizens are not over the fact that their favorite hit police drama series Line Of Duty has ended but this can make their faces brighten up since BBC’s newly announced drama Showtrial has made fans excited.
Audiences and viewers who had loved watching Line Of Duty can become a bit happier now since in this thrilling season of new films and series being officially announced, even BBC’s newly announced drama Showtrial has made fans excited.
Yes this is real and true here that a brand new series is currently in the offing which is being made by the geniuses behind hit police drama series Line Of Duty and cherry on top of cake is that specifically this time around, BBC’s newly announced drama Showtrial has made fans excited.
Fans saddened by end of hit police drama series Line Of Duty and its controversial ending can be excited as BBC’s new drama titled Showtrial is from Line Of Duty creators.
Showtrial is new BBC crime drama helmed by geniuses behind hit police series Line Of Duty. 6 part crime drama series revolves around court case of wealthy entrepreneur’s daughter who gets arrested post disappearance of fellow student.
Taking place in the courtroom, Showtrial describes the entire story of her trial from the initial arrest to the final verdict, jumping between the defense’s perspective and the prosecution and currently the filming is underway so the release date, teaser and trailer haven’t been revealed yet.
Talking about Showtrial, BBC One drama controller Piers Wenger says, “In Showtrial, Ben shows his powers as an independent thinker and an innovative storyteller, and we are delighted to be working with he and Simon Heath to bring this series to BBC One”.
A lister ensemble starcast for series has big names from Hollywood industry like Tracy Ifeachor (Quantico, Treadstone, The Originals), James Frain (Star Trek: Discovery, True Detective, Gotham) and Sharon D Clarke (Rocks, Doctor Who, Kiri) alongside Sinéad Keenan (Little Boy Blue, Care, Three Families), Celine Buckens (Warrior, Bridgerton), Kerr Logan (Strike, Alias Grace, Game of Thrones) and Lolita Chakrabarti (Vigil, Criminal: UK).