‘Innocent had an opening night audience of 7.4 million, and 31% of the available audience. The series as a whole averaged over 7 million, and was the the most widely watched new drama of the year across all channels, with ‘The Express’ calling it ‘The TV drama that has got the whole nation watching….a spellbinding
Reviews from the press for Chris Lang’s four-part thriller “Innocent”: Appointment to view…instantly absorbing…remarkably satisfying. –Radio Times The TV drama that has got the whole nation watching….fantastically intense…a spellbinding whodunit. –The Express Instantly gripping. –Mirror Compellingly acted with both Ingleby and Norris on fine, emotionally intense form – Sunday Telegraph A masterfully hard to read
Chris Lang, the critically-acclaimed writer and creator of ITV’s Unforgotten, talks to Stig Abell about the TXTV produced crime drama Innocent, starring Hermione Norris and Lee Ingleby on BBC Radio 4’s “Front Row” Click to listen on BBC iPlayer
Entre Deux Mères, adapted from the TXTV produced series “Torn” will première on the french channel TF1 this autumn. Directed by Renaud Bertrand as a single, 90-minute drama, it stars Odile Vuillemin, François Vincentelli, Marilyn Garcès, and Armelle Deutsch. The production stills below are © Julien Cauvin/Scarlett Production
‘Innocent’ began shooting in Ireland on Monday 8th August 2016, and is produced by Chris’s company TXTV. The four parter has been written by Chris and Matt Arlidge, and will be executive produced by Chris, Matt Arlidge and Jeremy Gwilt. The cast announced includes Hermione Norris, Lee Ingleby, Angel Coulby, Dan Ryan, Eliot Cowan and
ITV has given the green-light to Innocent, a four part thriller starring Hermione Norris (Spooks, In The Club) and Lee Ingleby (Inspector George Gently, The A Word) which hails from Unforgotten scribe Chris Lang, Matt Arlidge and their production company TXTV. “Innocent is a contemporary relationship drama with a thriller pulse”, said ITV’s Controller of
Filming on ‘Entre Deux Mères’, the French remake of ‘Torn’ began on April 4th 2016 in Bordeaux and Paris. Based on the TXTV produced drama written by Chris Lang, the series is being adapted as a 90 minute drama by Delphine Labouret and Didier Le Pêcheur and directed by Renaud Bertrand. It will be screened
TXTV is delighted to announce ‘Innocent’ a four part drama created and written by Chris Lang and Matt Arlidge has been greenlit by ITV. Filming will commence in summer 2016 for broadcast early 2017. Jeremy Gwilt will produce, and Lang, Arlidge and Gwilt will co-executive produce.
TF1 and ITV studios France have gone in to pre pre-production on the French remake of the TXTV production ‘Torn’. The adaptation, entitled ‘Entre Deux Meres’ will be a 90 minute single drama to be filmed in spring 2016 and premiered later in the year.
The French channel TF1 is in talks with TXTV to remake the RTS nominated drama ‘Torn’ for French TV. The script, originally written by Chris in 2007, is provisionally scheduled to start shooting in Oct 2015.
TXTV is developing a major new adaptation of The Last of the Mohicans. It is being produced in association with Lookout Point for BBC/BBC America. Kevin Hood (Becoming Jane) is to pen the pilot script.
Richard Warlow (Ripper St) is developing a major new series for TXTV. The Boiling House is a multi season saga set in the sugar plantations of Jamaica in late 17th century. Matt Arlidge, Chris Lang and Jeremy Gwilt will exec produce.
Andrew Mettam has been commissioned by C4 to pen a pilot for a new original drama series. The Prettiest Things is a rites of passage drama about three young girls growing up in an isolated village in the Scottish Highlands. It was commissioned by Sophie Gardiner and will be exec produced by Matt Arlidge, Jeremy