AMC has acquired the UK rights to new drama comedy series Snatch, starring Rupert Grint (Harry Potter) and Luke Pasqualino (Skins).
The ten part drama series is loosely based on the gritty 2000 film of the same name about a real life heist in London, which starred Brad Pitt and Vinnie Jones.
Luke Pasqualino stars as sharp cockney Albert Hill, who is finding his feet in his family of criminals. He and a group of young hustlers are thrown into the world of organised crime after stumbling upon a truck full of stolen gold bullion.
Rupert Grint plays Hill's partner-in-crime Charlie Cavendish, an intelligent and well-spoken gentleman who seems to bring chaos with him.
Hill and Cavendish face the dark London criminal underworld of gypsy fighters, international mobsters, local threats and corrupt coppers, alongside Hill's wingman Billy Ayres (Lucien Laviscount- Scream Queens) and confident Chloe Kohn (Stephanie Leonidas - Whitechapel).
The series, which originally aired on Crackle, premiers in the UK on 31 October at 10pm on the AMC channel, and the full box set will also be available on BT TV afterwards.