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Jude Law to star in limited series 'The Third Day'

PTI | London | Updated: 12-06-2019 20:15 IST | Created: 12-06-2019 19:17 IST
Jude Law to star in limited series 'The Third Day'
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Jude Law is all set to headline a six-part limited series by HBO and Sky, titled "The Third Day". The drama is the latest original collaboration between HBO and Sky and comes after the critical success of "Chernobyl" , according to the Hollywood Reporter.

The series is set on a mysterious island off the coast of Britain and revolves around Sam (Law) who encounters the island's secretive inhabitants and their strange rituals. Fantasy and reality began to blur for Sam, triggering past traumas, and brings him into conflict with the Islanders, according to the official logline. The series will be directed by Marc Munden of "National Treasure" and "Utopia" fame.

The shooting will take place in the UK in July. The other shows by HBO and Sky include "Catherine the Great" with Helen Mirren, "Temple" and "Brassic".


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