Luckily for us, the visually stunning new series Landscapers, written by debut screenwriter Ed Sinclair and directed by Will Sharpe (Flowers), is a welcome departure from the well-trodden genre.
Written by debut screenwriter Ed Sinclair and inspired by real events, the original drama will see Colman (The Favourite) and Thewlis (I’m Thinking Of Ending Things) star as the inseparable husband and wife Susan and Christopher Edwards. When a pair of dead bodies are discovered in the back garden of a Nottingham house, the seemingly ordinary couple become the focus of an extraordinary investigation.
Written by Colman’s husband, debut screenwriter Ed Sinclair, Landscapers follows the true story of Susan (Colman) and Christopher Edwards (Thewlis), a seemingly mild-mannered married couple who have dead bodies buried in their back garden in Nottingham.
The series, written and created by debut screenwriter Ed Sinclair, will see Colman and Thewlis star as the seemingly harmless couple Susan and Christopher Edwards who happen to have a couple of dead bodies buried in their back garden in Nottingham.
Release Date: New Year’s Day
The seventies-set international crime thriller The Serpent follows the true story of global efforts to capture Interpol’s most wanted man, the murderer Charles Sobhraj (Tahar Rahim, A Prophet).
The four-part series will be the latest project from Sister shared by the broadcasters following the success of Chernobyl.
Landscapers will follow the true crime story of the seemingly innocuous couple Susan (Colman) and Christopher Edwards, who came to murder Susan’s parents and bury them in their garden in Mansfield, where they remained undiscovered for a decade.
Directed by Academy Award winner Alexander Payne (The Descendants) and written by Ed Sinclair, the black comedy series offers a playful portrayal of this unique murder case.