We are so proud that the brilliant Delphine Bergsma was commissioned to write on the international tv adaptation of Alex Scarrow’s bestselling “Last Light” novel, now greenlit and heading into production.
As reported in Variety, Matthew Fox will star in and executive produce “Last Light”, a thriller series for Peacock. The “Lost” and “Party of Five” star will join Joanne Froggatt (“Downton Abbey”) in “Last Light,” an action-packed thriller mini-series adapted from Alex Scarrow’s bestselling novel. The show will be directed by Dennie Gordon (“Jack Ryan”).
MGM International TV Production, which is headed by former Studiocanal executive Rola Bauer, is producing “Last Light” in association with Nordic Entertainment Group’s streaming service Viaplay, NBC streamer Peacock and Entertainment 360 which is exec producing along with Fox. It’s believed MBC in the Middle East and Stan in Australia are also in the final stages of partnering on the show.
MGM International’s SVP and Head of Development Diego Piasek shared the announcement, thanking Delphine and her fellow scribes for their contribution to the show’s development.
Read the full announcement in Variety.
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