Two Brothers Pictures
Two Brothers Pictures was established in early 2014 by writer/producers Harry and Jack Williams, with the aim of producing quality comedy and drama television in the UK and internationally.
Penned by Harry and Jack, the comedy drama Tripped made its debut on E4 in late 2015, starring The Inbetweeners’ Blake Harrison. Also on Two Brothers’ comedy slate was the critically lauded Fleabag, written by and starring actor-writer powerhouse Phoebe Waller-Bridge. Initially shown on BBC Three in July 2016, it then aired on BBC Two the following month.
Two Brothers has already made a big splash with its drama output: One Of Us, a 4-part modern thriller written by Harry and Jack and produced by BBC Drama in association with Two Brothers showcased on BBC One in the summer of 2016; followed by the eagerly-anticipated second season of anthology crime drama, The Missing. Again written by Harry and Jack, produced by New Pictures in association with Two Brothers for BBC One and Starz, the complex and suspenseful thriller kept audiences of over 6m guessing, dissecting and hypothesising through 8 taut episodes.
Two new dramas for ITV have been announced – Liar, which stars acclaimed actors Joanne Froggatt and Ioan Gruffudd, explores the devastating cost of deceit on both the couple and their friends and family, as secrets and lies are laid bare; and due to begin filming in 2017, conspiracy thriller, White Dragon.
Upcoming comedy short When Cary Grant Introduced Timothy Leary to LSD for Sky Arts’ ‘Playhouse Presents’ series, is currently in post-production. The one-off TV play, tells the fictional historical account of Hollywood Golden-age star Cary Grant and LSD advocate Dr. Timothy Leary meeting on the set of Hitchcock’s North by Northwest.