Imagine if you will, that your parent passes away and everything that they have ever hold told you about themselves and you is a lie. That’s exactly what happens in the upcoming supernatural BBC series Requiem. Currently, Netflix is in negotiations to co-produce the show with BBC One, according to ScreenDaily.
Requiem, which will feature six hour-long episodes, is set to begin filming in Wales next week and will be produced by Indian Summers and New Pictures.
Penned by Kris Mrksa (Glitch), the series will star UK actress Lydia Wilson (pictured above) who also had a role in the hit series Ripper Street. Joel Fry (Plebs), Game of Thrones‘ Tara Fitzgerald, and James Frencheville (Animal Kingdom) co-star.
The story centers on a young woman (Wilson) who learns the truth about herself, to the point of unravelling her own identity, after her mother passes away.
Requiem will be executive produced by Polly Hill of BBC One, Charlie Pattinson and Elaine Pyke for New Pictures, and Willow Grylls.
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