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(from Sundance Now's press release, July 2021) AMC Networks' streaming service Sundance Now has acquired the exclusive U.S. premiere rights to the star-studded British remake of the acclaimed and buzzy comedy series Call My Agent! from BRON Studios. BAFTA award winner John Morton (Twenty Twelve, W1A) is writing and directing the first two episodes and executive producing the series. The series will feature cameos from Dominic West (The Crown, The Affair), Phoebe Dynevor (Bridgerton), Jessica Oyelowo (The Water Man), and David Oyelowo (Nightingale, Selma) as well as well as previously announced appearances from Kelly Macdonald (Line of Duty, Trainspotting), Helena Bonham Carter (The Harry Potter series, The Crown) and Olivia Williams (The Sixth Sense, An Education). The British remake of Call My Agent! will premiere on Sundance Now in the United States in 2022 shortly after its UK world premiere. Series regulars include recently added Chelsey Crisp (Fresh Off the Boat), along with previously announced Jack Davenport (The Morning Show, The Pirates of the Caribbean series), Lydia Leonard (Last Christmas, Absentia), Maggie Steed (Elizabeth Is Missing), Prasanna Puwanarajah (Patrick Melrose), Hiftu Quasem (Killing Eve), Fola Evans-Akingbola (Black Mirror), Rebecca Humphries (The Crown), Harry Trevaldwyn (The King), Tim McInnerny (Game of Thrones, Notting Hill), Natasha Little (Night Manager), Edward Bluemel (Killing Eve, Sex Education), Eleonore Arnaud (Nu) and Academy Award winner Jim Broadbent (Iris, Game of Thrones). The English adaptation of Call My Agent! will keep the sensibilities and premise of the French series, in which the staff of a Parisian talent agency must hustle to keep clients happy after the abrupt death of their founder - all while juggling their own personal and love lives. The British remake, though, will also take a close look at London culture and class inequality, Britain's entertainment relations to American Hollywood, and provide a whimsical tonality, unique to John Morton's writing.
· Chelsey Crisp
· Edward Bluemel
· Eleanor Arnaud
· Fola Evans-Akingbola
· Harry Trevaldwyn as Ollie
· Hiftu Quasem as Misha
· Jack Davenport as Jonathan
· Jim Broadbent
· Lydia Leonard as Rebecca
· Maggie Steed as Stella
· Natasha Little
· Prasanna Puwanarajah as Dan
· Rebecca Humphries
· Tim McInnerny
· Aaron L. Gilbert as EP
· Aurélien Larger as EP
· Ben Rimmer as CO-PROD
· Christian Baute as EP
· David Davoli as EP
· David Tanner as EP
· Dominique Besnehard as EP
· Emma Fleischer as SP
· Frank Calderon as EP
· Harold Valentin as EP
· John Morton as CRTR/EP/DIR (Pilot)
· Laurence Lenica as EP
· Michel Feller as EP
· Samantha Thomas as EP
· Sarah Curtis as PROD
· Steven Thibault as EP
· based on a tv series
· drama
· Bron Studios
· Headline Pictures
· Mon Voisin Productions
· Mother Productions
· Turbine Studios