Clerkenwell Films

"Letting any child out into the big wide world is scary": Pete Jackson on Somewhere Boy, fatherhood and monsters

Although it fast became one of the most celebrated British dramas of the year, it seemed to land quietly on Channel 4 and from unfamiliar parts.

It turns out that we have the writer Pete Jackson to thank, and it's only his first TV series. 

BBC acquires short-form comedy-drama Cheaters

Joshua McGuire, Susan Wokoma, Jack Fox and Callie Cooke (credit: BBC)

Created by Clerkenwell Films, the studio behind The End of the F***ing World, the series will star Joshua McGuire (Industry), Susan Wokoma (Year of the Rabbit), Callie Cooke (Britannia) and Jack Fox (Riviera).

An eighteen-episode story told in in ten-minute chapters, Cheaters follows two strangers in their late twenties who are brought together by a chance encounter when their cancelled flight leads to an unlikely night of drunken airport-hotel sex.

New drama from the makers of The End of the F***king World coming to Channel 4

Danny’s mum was killed in a car accident when he was just a baby.

In order to protect Danny from any more danger, his father Steve isolated them and locked Danny inside a new house in the middle of nowhere.

Danny grew up learning of the monsters waiting for him if he was to leave, and that they were the ones who took his mum.

For 18 years they stayed, avoiding the evil outside while listening to Benny Goodman records and watching old movies with only happy endings.