A contemporary penal complex drama starring Stephen Graham and Sean Bean airs tonight on BBC One. Search for the trailer here:
Time is a brand contemporary three-section series by Jimmy McGovern, which follows a newly-imprisoned man (Sean Bean) and a penal complex officer (Stephen Graham).
The thriller – which was filmed in and around Liverpool – additionally stars the likes of Siobhan Finneran, Sue Johnston, Hannah Walters, David Calder, Nadine Marshall, Michael Socha, Aneurin Barnard, Jack McMullen and James Nelson-Joyce.
A synopsis from the BBC reads: “Trace Cobden (Bean) is newly imprisoned, consumed by guilt for his crime, and manner out of his depth in the unsafe world of penal complex life.
“He meets Eric McNally (Graham), an gorgeous penal complex officer doing his easiest to guard those in his tag.
“On the opposite hand, when one of essentially the most bad inmates identifies his weak spot, Eric faces an very unlikely selection; between his tips and his household.
“Sean Bean and Stephen Graham critical particular person as two males on the threshold in this emotional and thrilling portrayal of life in a British penal complex. What does it take to outlive?“
The repeat will air weekly on BBC One at 9pm, with the first episode kicking off this evening (Sunday 6 June).
The plump series will additionally be obtainable as a boxset on BBC iPlayer once the first episode has aired.
Confirming that the actor would be exhibiting in the forthcoming series, the official Peaky Blinders Twitter fable shared a snap of Graham in costume, pronouncing: “We’re thrilled that @StephenGraham73 has joined the solid of #PeakyBlinders series 6.”
Rumours were sparked when the actor – infamous for his roles in This Is England, Public Enemies and series 5 of Line of Accountability – was pictured in length costume.
In any other of the snaps, it looked admire Graham was taking a rupture and getting himself heat, as he was all wrapped up in a prolonged grey bubble jacket.
Peaky Blinders creator Steven Knight has beforehand spoken about a position being lined up for the actor.
He answered: “Stephen Graham. Produce no longer anguish… we’re continuing with that, but no longer for this series [series 5].”