HBO has set the US premiere date for the new comedy-drama series Rain Dogs, a co-production of HBO and BBC One from Sid Gentle Films.
Rain Dogs, a half-hour series from the brilliant new voice of Cash Carraway, is an unconventional love story between a working class single mum, her 10-year-old daughter, and a privileged gay man.
The eight-episode dark comedy-drama series stars Daisy May Cooper (This Country, Avenue 5), Jack Farthing (Spencer, Poldark), Ronke Adekoluejo (Alex Rider, Doctor Who), Adrian Edmondson (Bancroft, A Spy Among Friends), and Fleur Tashjian (in her debut role), as a dysfunctional family on the fringes of society attempting to go straight in a crooked world.
A co-production of HBO and BBC One, the series is written and created by Cash Carraway, who also serves as executive producer alongside executive producers Sally Woodward Gentle and Lee Morris and Jo McClellan for BBC One. Henrietta Colvin is co-producer for Sid Gentle Films Ltd, with Ciara McIlvenny as producer. The directors are Richard Laxton and Jennifer Perrott.
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