Latest celebrity, showbiz and entertainment news and gossips.

Tv & Film

Game of Thrones and Doctor Who stars BBC crime thriller first look

Game of Thrones and Doctor Who stars BBC crime thriller first look
Published 1 years ago on Feb 18, 2023

Airing on the BBC later this year, Wolf is based on author Mo Hayder's Jack Caffery series and will star Ukweli Roach (Blindspot, Humans) as DI Jack Caffery.

An official synopsis for Wolf describes Caffery as a young man who tries to find himself over the course of the series' events. Obsessed with the neighbour he believes murdered his 10-year-old brother in the '90s, Jack tries to right the wrongs of others around him — but at what cost?

Meanwhile, at an isolated house in Monmouthshire, the wealthy Anchor-Ferrers family have found themselves victim to a psychopath’s cruel games. When the two stories collide, the series turns into a nail-biting and deeply disturbing race against time.

Dhawan and Rheon play Honey and Molina, a pair of mismatched professionals who are forced together on a job.
 

Starring alongside Roach, Rheon, and Dhawan in the six-part series is Sian Reese-Williams (Line of Duty) as DI Maia Lincoln, a woman with a case to prove. Juliet Stevenson (Bend It Like Beckham) and Owen Teale (Line of Duty, Game of Thrones) star as Matilda and Oliver Anchor-Ferrers.

Megan Gallagher (Borderliner, Suspicion) has adapted the series for TV with Hartswood Films.

Dhawan is known for his role as The Master on Doctor Who, featuring in Jodie Whittaker's final episode' 'The Power of the Doctor'.

Meanwhile, Rheon, who's famous for his role as Ramsey Bolton in the fantasy series GOT, can currently be seen in Channel 4 drama The Light in The Hall alongside Killing Eve's  Alexandra Roach.

 

 

 

Comments

  • Written news comments are in no way https://www.showbizglow.com it does not reflect the opinions and thoughts of. Comments are binding on the person who wrote them.