Eve will be returning to our TV screens early next year in a new eight-part BBC series called Un Bore Mercher/Keeping Faith.
Here’s a short synopsis:
Filmed back-to-back in Welsh and English, the series tells the story of lawyer, wife and mother Faith (Myles) as she fights to find the truth behind the sudden disappearance of her husband. She comes to discover that her beautiful, idyllic home town, set on the estuary, harbours many dark secrets that threaten the lives of Faith and her family. Faith’s ordeal transforms her from a stay-at-home, fun-loving and carefree mother to detective, action hero and lover. She takes risks and gambles and finds a new inner strength.
Matthew Gravelle, who played Joe Miller in Broadchurch, will also appear in the new drama.
ITV have released the first teaser for series 3 of Broadchurch, featuring a quote famously from Tess of the D’Urbervilles – but what does this all mean?
Of course, we have no idea as to whether Eve will be in this series at all – could
Chibnall really just leave the story of Claire Ripley and Lee Ashworth with them going to prison? We’ll have to anxiously wait and see…
A couple of actual clips from the new series can be seen here, in ITV’s ‘What’s to come in 2017’ video:
The Radio Times have perfectly summed up all we know about series 3, as it appears to be more secretive than ever!
The new series will deliver a brand new case for Miller and Hardy with the detectives teaming up once again, this time to investigate a serious sexual assault and its consequences as the drama’s Dorset community comes under scrutiny. Based on a year of research, the drama’s last series will look at the emotional cost to everyone involved and the irreparable damage to friendships and relationships.
“This is the final chapter of Broadchurch,” said writer Chris Chibnall who will take over as showrunner on Doctor Who in 2017. “We have one last story to tell, featuring both familiar faces and new characters. I hope it’s a compelling and emotional farewell to a world and show that means so much to me.”
*We will keep posting updates about Broadchurch until we know whether Eve is in it for sure or not.*
The Sunday evening drama has been written by Daisy Goodwin and been produced by ‘Mammoth Screen’:
the series tells the story of the first years of her reign, beginning with the moment of the Queen’s accession in 1837, and following her first faltering steps from capricious, hormonal teenager with a weak grasp on her duties and responsibilities to burgeoning monarch, and her marriage to Albert (Tom Hughes). – Radio Times
Here is the trailer for the series:
And here is an extended ‘first look’ clip:
We hope everyone enjoys the new series, make sure you turn over to ITV at 9pm on Sunday 28th August 2016!
Here is a short synopsis of the piece, written by Big Finish:
“It stalks you. It whispers. It wants you to turn around. It wants you to look. But if you do… If you see it…”
Talmouth is a lonely seaside town. No-one has heard from it for days. No-one who goes in comes out. Something has happened to Talmouth. Has it been taken over by aliens? Or is it something far, far worse?
Gwen Cooper’s come to Talmouth to find out. What’s happened has to be seen to be believed. But by the time you’ve seen it, you’re already dead.
This audio is part of the series 2 collection, which can be subscribed to here, or Made You Look can be purchased separately here.
Eve’s Moving On episode titled ‘Passengers’ will air tomorrow at 2.15pm on BBC 1! Each episode of this series have independent stroylines, however here is the link to today’s episode if you wish to watch it. Eve will be playing Helen in the second episode, alongside Paul Copley playing the role of Ronnie, Chris Reilly playing the role of Tony, Samuel Bottomley playing the role of Connor, Jo McGann playing the Doctor and Lydia Poole playing Liz. Here is a short synopsis of the episode provided by the BBC:
When septuagenarian Ronnie is told he can’t drive anymore, it is his worst nightmare. He loses his freedom and his connection to the life he once led. But when he finds that next-door neighbour Helen has never taken her test, he offers to teach her for free if she will help him with his weekly trips to the shops and to church. Previously strangers to one another, Ronnie begins to suspect that Helen is being abused by her new partner Tony. He takes it upon himself to try and help, despite Helen’s vehement pleas to mind his own business.
More information about Moving On and a clip from tomorrow’s eisode can be found on the BBC website here! After the episode has aired it will be avilable to view on iPlayer – links will be posted from our Twitter and Facebook pages! We hope you enjoy the episode!