Three first look images have been released from BBC One's upcoming four-part drama Boiling Point, starring Stephen Graham and Vinette Robinson which will air later this year.
The four-part series is written and exec produced by James Cummings and picks up pick up eight months from where Boiling Point the film left off.
Eight months after her mentor Andy Jones, played by Stephen Graham, suffered a heart attack, head chef Carly, played by Vinette Robinson, is battling to forge a name for new Dalston restaurant Point North alongside her old kitchen crew.
The new series follows the team as the stresses of keeping the restaurant running bear down on them amidst a hospitality industry in crisis.
With the pressure to draw in new, hungry customers and the financial squeeze to keep the business profitable, the team must find a way to manage their complicated personal lives whilst creating quality food day in, day out.
As previously announced, Vinette Robinson, Stephen Graham and Hannah Walters will reprise their roles from the multi-award-winning film and will be joined by the film’s co-stars Ray Panthaki, Gary Lamont, Áine Rose Daly, Taz Skylar, Daniel Larkai, Stephen McMillan, Hannah Traylen and Izuka Hoyle.
Joining them are new cast members Stephen Odubola, Shaun Fagan, Joel MacCormack and Ahmed Malek. With Cathy Tyson joining as Carly’s mum Vivian, and newcomer Missy Haysom making their television debut playing Kit.
When it was first released as a film in 2021, was met with huge critical acclaim and was nominated worldwide for over 30 awards in multiple categories.
Boiling Point is produced by Graham Drover, directed and exec produced by Philip Barantini who helms the first two episodes with Mounia Akl directing episodes three and four. The executive producers are Hester Ruoff and Bart Ruspoli for Ascendant Fox, Hannah Walters and Stephen Graham for Matriarch Productions, Philip Barantini for Made Up Productions with Samantha Beddoe, and Rebecca Ferguson for the BBC.
Boiling Point will air later this year on BBC One