Actor Sean Bean is to play a Catholic clergyman in a new six-part play created by Jimmy McGovern for BBC One.
The series, that has a operative pretension Broken, will be set in Liverpool.
The BBC pronounced it would follow Bean’s impression as he and his assemblage onslaught to determine their beliefs “with a hypocrisies demanded by contemporary Britain”.
Bean was nominated for a Bafta and won an Emmy for personification a transvestite clergyman in McGovern’s Accused in 2013.
‘Raw and real’
McGovern is also famous for essay hard-hitting dramas including Cracker, Hillsborough, The Street and Common.
“I was really vehement during a awaiting of operative with Jimmy McGovern again,” a Sharpe and Game of Thrones actor said.
“His scripts are tender and genuine and he creates illusory and engaging characters that ring with multitude today.”
McGovern said: “It’s fantastic, given I’ve been perplexing to work with Sean again ever given he played Tracie Tremarco in Accused, that was startling stuff, so I’m over a moon he’s jumped on house with Broken.”
Bean will also offer as executive writer on a series.
Article source: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-36976173