Mad Dogs star John Simm will play the lead role in Intruders, BBC America's new "contemporary, chilling, paranormal drama" from The X-Files writer Glen Morgan.
Sky has released a teaser trailer for the two-part final series of Mad Dogs.
ITV has commissioned a new three-part drama starring John Simm as a man on the run, desperate to clear his name for the sake of his family.
And so the third series of Sky1's man-fuelled drama - starring John Simm (Doctor Who), Philip Glenister (Ashes To Ashes), Max Beesley (Survivors) and Marc Warren (Hustle) - comes to an end, in typical Mad Dogs style with thrills, laughs and a Dwarf Zombie.
Here at CultBox we're hoping that "Dwarf Zombie" got trending during the latest instalment of the Sky1 drama starring John Simm (Doctor Who), Philip Glenister (Ashes To Ashes), Max Beesley (Survivors) and Marc Warren (Hustle).
Max Beesley, Philip Glenister, John Simm and Marc Warren return to Sky1 for a third series of Mad Dogs.
Set two years on from their separation in last week’s opening episode of Series 3, the four men - Baxter (John Simm), Quinn (Philip Glenister), Woody (Max Beesley) and Rick (Marc Warren) - have been exiled to South Africa under new names, and out of touch with their friends and family.
John Simm (The Village) returns as Baxter this summer for a third series of Mad Dogs.
Last week CultBox attended the third series premiere of Sky1’s Mad Dogs in London.
The drama, starring John Simm (Doctor Who), Philip Glenister (Life On Mars), Marc Warren (Hustle) and Max Beesley (Hotel Babylon), has proved to be a critical and populist hit - and the new run of episodes shows no signs of easing up in terms of quality.
Maxine Peake and John Simm will head the cast of a new six-part BBC One drama series from Silk writer Peter Moffat.