Third Day, Sky Atlantic, 15th September
Covid-19 has forced changes on this ambitious collaboration between playwright Dennis Kelly and the immersive theatre company Punchdrunk. Originally designed as a theatrical production, and now filmed for television, the first part is about a bereaved father (Jude Law) drawn onto the Essex island of Osea, where locals are planning a pagan music festival. There are echoes of The Wicker Man from Kelly, a specialist in what he calls “nasty little plays.”
The Singapore Grip, ITV, September
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