4 items from 2011
Fresh Meat and Beaver Falls have been renewed by Channel 4. Both of the comedies will return for a second series, the broadcaster announced today. Fresh Meat, which stars Jack Whitehall and Joe Thomas, focuses on a group of university students living together. The show has been penned by Peep Show scribes Sam Bain and Jesse Armstrong and has been well-received since it premiered on Channel 4 last month. Meanwhile, the E4 comedy Beaver Falls - which stars John Dagleish and follows British (more) »
- By Catriona Wightman
Filming is currently underway in South Africa on a new E4 comedy drama series from Company Pictures (the makers of Skins) called Beaver Falls, which follows three British university graduates who have landed jobs at an elite American summer camp.
25 year old Scottish actor Samuel Robertson plays Flynn. Dundee-born Sam (represented by Curtis Brown) played Adam Baldwin in Coronation Street, and then went on to play cool art history student Innes Maitland in River City.
26 year old Arsher Ali (represented by United Agents), who recently starred in Four Lions plays Ali. Arsher graduated from E15 drama school in 2006 and was named as one of Screen International's U.K "Stars Of Tomorrow" in 2007.
- firstname.lastname@example.org (ScreenTerrier)
E4 has announced the beginning of filming on new drama series Beaver Falls. The six-part series will focus on a trio of friends who leave university and land jobs at elite American summer camp Beaver Falls. Samuel Robertson, who previously played Adam Barlow on Coronation Street, will play university graduate Flynn, while Four Lions star Arsher Ali and Lark Rise to Candleford actor John Dagleish will play his friends A-Rab and Barry. Written by newcomer Iain Hollands, the series will be helmed by Skins directors Jack Clough (more) »
- By Morgan Jeffery
Comedy drama about Leeds-based paramedics to air this summer, as will new E4 series Beaver Falls
Thomas will play the misanthropic Stuart in the six-part drama about three Leeds-based paramedics, which has just begun filming for a summer transmission on Channel 4.
He is joined in the lineup by Kayvan Novak, star of the Chris Morris satire Four Lions, and Lark Rise to Candleford actor Richard Madden. The drama, made by Daybreak Pictures, has been written by Brian Fillis, who was behind the BBC biopic The Curse of Steptoe and ITV's An Englishman in New York.
The broadcaster is also seeking to duplicate the success of E4 dramas Skins and Misfits by casting relative unknowns in Beaver Falls, »
- Ben Dowell
4 items from 2011
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