Christina talks with The Last Kingdom EP Gareth Neame, Alexander Dreymon, and supporting cast talk about the BBC series, realistic shooting, and more.
“The Last Kingdom” Episode #2.1 (TV Episode 2017) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more.
EP Gareth Neame, Alexander Dreymon, and Supporting Cast Talk ‘The Last Kingdom’ by Christina Radish October 13, 2015 “So, this is the true story of how that country came to be created.
Do not compare the BBC America series The Last Kingdom to Game Of Thrones, the former’s EP Gareth Neame told TV critics today.
Nov 28, 2015 · EP Gareth Neame, Alexander Dreymore, and Supporting Cast Talk ‘The Last Kingdom’ “So, this is the true story of how that country came to be created. The historical facts are correct, but the journey that we go on is a fictional story that’s interwoven with that.”
It’s easy to want to compare the new BBC America series “The Last Kingdom” with another period piece series, “Downton Abbey.” However, it’s less because of their looking back at historical times in England and more because they have one man in common: Gareth Neame.
Gareth Neame represents the fourth generation of a remarkable dynasty that has made a significant contribution to the world of Cinema and Television over the past century. His great-grandparents were the distinguished society photographer and pioneer film-maker Elwin Neame (1885 – 1923) and the film
Absolutely amazing series – totally absorbing and compelling to watch. I have enjoyed the first two series of The Last Kingdom I think more than any other that I have watched, ever!!! The acting and production are first class and completely believable.
Executive Producer Gareth Neame reveals his plans for Season 2. Dec 3, 2015 17:59 IST For fans of period drama, BBC America’s “The Last Kingdom” serves as an exposition into the many wars between the Saxons and the Vikings.
The Last Kingdom is a British historical fiction television series based on Bernard Cornwell’s The Saxon Stories series of novels. The first series of eight episodes premiered on 10 October 2015 on BBC America, and on BBC Two in the UK on 22 October 2015.