BBC has simply revealed the newest photos of the five-part drama and thriller, The Nest, and we are able to really feel a TV dependancy approaching sturdy.
The story centres round a rich couple, performed by Line of Obligation’s Martin Compston and Peaky Blinders actress Sophie Rundle. Primarily based in Glasgow, they appear fairly happy with their life, other than one factor – they’ve been attempting to have a child for years and haven’t had a lot luck.
An opportunity assembly between the couple and an eighteen yr outdated from the opposite aspect of town, Kaya, happens and he or she agrees to hold their child as their surrogate.
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We have already got so many questions. Was this assembly deliberate on somebody’s half, will this partnership work out?
“The Nest is an emotional thriller about love and cash, and the value of with the ability to purchase no matter you need,” says the BBC in an announcement launched on-line.
The author and producer behind the present is led by BAFTA and RTS profitable screenwriter Nicole Taylor who’s behind the dramas The C Phrase and three Women. “I’m overjoyed to be filming in my hometown of Glasgow with a forged I’ve lengthy dreamt of writing for. Martin, Sophie, Kate, Shirley, James, David… they’ve all been chatting away in my head for years as I’ve been writing (unbeknownst to them!) so I couldn’t be extra proud that they’ve agreed to affix The Nest and make these characters actual,” says Nicole.
The Nest started filming this September, however isn’t set to launch till subsequent yr. We’ll maintain you posted with all of the updates.
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