New trailer celebrates ITV drama new and old

by | Sep 9, 2013 | All, Previews, TV News

ITV have released a new drama trailer that celebrates new drama alongside appearances from the channel’s most flagship series.

The new, specially shot Where Drama Lives campaign was produced in-house by ITV Creative, working with DA&D Award winning director Siri Bunford.

The 60 second cut of the trail will air tonight, before Doc Martin at 9pm on ITV, and across all channels in the ITV network.

ITV Director of Drama, Steve November said: “I’m incredibly proud of ITV’s drama output, and we have a strong autumn of returning brands, from Doc Martin to Downton Abbey. The new Where Drama Lives trail celebrates not only our brilliant forthcoming series, but our rich heritage throughout the decades. We’re pleased to work, and to have worked, with some of the best on and off screen talent in the industry, all of whom have helped to define ITV as a destination for fantastic, high quality drama.”



The trailer features appearances by Hugh Bonneville (Lord Grantham – Downton Abbey), Paddy Considine (Mr Whicher  -The Suspicions of Mr Whicher), Katherine Kelly  (Lady Mae Loxley- Mr Selfridge), Martin Clunes (Dr Martin Ellingham- Doc Martin), Jeremy Piven (Mr Selfridge), Anna Maxwell Martin (Susan Gray  – The Bletchley Circle), Jim Carter (Carson – Downton Abbey), Shaun Evans (Detective Constable Endeavour Morse – Endeavour), Rupert Penry-Jones (DI Chandler -Whitechapel), Phil Davis (DS Miles – Whitechapel) Brenda Blethyn (DCI Vera Stanhope – Vera), David Leon  (DS Joe Ashworth – Vera) Aisling Loftus ( Agnes Towler – Mr Selfridge) and Joanne Froggatt (Anna Bates -Downton Abbey) were filmed for these specially shot scenes for the new Where Drama Lives trail.

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09/09/2013

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