Paramount+ releases ‘First Look’ at upcoming UK Original Drama ‘THE DOLL FACTORY’

Paramount+ has released a series of ‘First Look’ images for the upcoming UK Original Drama, THE DOLL FACTORY, adapted from the bestselling novel of the same name by Elizabeth Macneal and produced by Buccaneer, which will be released on Paramount+ UK & Ireland in late Autumn.

The series stars Esmé Creed-Miles, Éanna Hardwicke, Mirren Mack and George Webster, alongside Pippa Haywood, Sharlene Whyte, newcomer Reece Kenwyne-Mpudzi, Freddy Carter, Saoirse-Monica Jackson, Laurie Kynaston, Jim Caesar, Akshay Khanna, Aysha Kala and Nell Hudson.

Filming for THE DOLL FACTORY wrapped earlier this year in Ireland.

London, 1851. Iris paints dolls for a living, alongside her twin sister, Rose, but dreams of becoming an artist. By night, she secretly paints herself naked, honing her craft. Silas is a taxidermist who owns a shop filled with his creations. He hopes to one day find an item so unique he will be catapulted to fame. Louis is a painter and member of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood, searching for his next muse. In a city humming with anticipation for the Great Exhibition, their three worlds collide, and Iris is offered an opportunity to escape and start a new life. To do so, she must abandon her sister, sacrifice her reputation, and launch herself into the unknown. As Iris’ world expands, she finds herself challenging patriarchal beliefs, exploring her sexuality, and starting to experience the things she has always dreamed of. But alongside her newfound independence, a story of dark obsession begins to unfold.

Picture Shows: (L-R) Louis played by (GEORGE WEBSTER) and Iris played by (ESMÉ CREED-MILES)

Tony Wood, Anna Burns and Richard Tulk-Hart are Executive Producers for Buccaneer. Charley Miles is the series screenwriter and is also Executive Producer. Sacha Polak (Hanna, Dirty God) is Director, Cathy Brady (Wildfire, Can’t Cope, Won’t Cope) is the second Director, whilst Suzanne McAuley (Magpie Murders, Maigret) is Series Producer and Julie Harkin (I May Destroy You, Becoming Elizabeth) is Casting Director.

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