Marsha Thomason joins season 3 of “The Bay”; Argonon launches Studio Leo – Deadline

Marsha Thomason joins “The Bay”; Season 3 Greenlit
Lost and White collar Actress Marsha Thomason has joined the cast of ITV drama The Bay, as confirmed by the British broadcaster, it renewed the drama for a third season. Thomason will be joining the crime drama as Morecambe’s Criminal Investigations Department’s new family liaison, DS Jenn Townsend, following Morven Christie’s decision to leave the show. DS Townsend is immediately thrown into the depths when a body is found in the bay on the first day of his job. She must put herself under the skin of a grieving and complicated family if she has any chance of solving the untimely death of a young aspiring boxer. Season 2 of the Tall Story Pictures show drew up to 7 million viewers for ITV. Written by Daragh Carville, with Furquan Akhtar co-writing Season 3, filming will begin for the new season in the spring, with Irma Inniss producing.

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Argonon launches factual Leo production studio
British production group Argonon unveiled their new factual production brand, Studio Leo, to the world after Rich house, poor house and Meeting at the restaurant Producer Claire Collinson-Jones has been quietly working on the launch of the outfit for about a year. Collinson-Jones, former director of Hat Trick Productions and Remarkable TV, will become the Creative Director of Studio Leo and secured the company’s first order: A Series for the ViacomCBS Channel 5 Network, titled 101 years of Tesco, which delves into the history of the iconic UK supermarket. Commenting on the arrival of Collinson-Jones, Argonon CEO James Burstall said, “She is a talented executive and brings together the strong legacy of the Leopard brand with a new attitude. It also helps us to further converge our group with business-to-business co-productions across the UK and US, genres and brands.

BBC Studios licenses the 1% club to France Télévisions
BBC Studios has licensed the Magnum Media game show The club 1% to the French public channel France Télévisions – the first international agreement for the format. The show, which is being produced for ITV in the UK with comedian Lee Mack, is an entertaining and fun format that tests the nation’s intelligence, based on scientific inquiry. “A great game show is a game viewers can play at home, and the beauty of this format is that an eight-year-old has as much of a chance as an 80-year-old, so it’s fun for everyone. family. France Television saw the potential of the format at an early stage and I have no doubts that it will pave the way for other international agreements in the months to come, ”said Jacob DeBoer, executive vice president of production and international formats at BBC Studios.

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