A few weeks ago I caught up with Chris Lunt, who wrote new ITV drama Prey to talk about how this series came about and the state of UK drama at the moment.
Yet again, here I am talking about another brilliant ITV drama. If ITV make no more dramas this year, they'd already have satisfied viewers around the country much more than the BBC. So far this year we've had The Widower, Undeniable, Tommy Cooper: Not Like That, Like This and now the latest one to add to that list is Prey.
Prey is a three-parter starring John Simm (The Village) as Marcus Farrow, a man who Narrowly escapes police custody and becomes an outlaw. As a wanted killer, Farrow has few allies, however one thing is certain, he will do anything for the sake of his family and does things he never though were possible.Also starring alongside John Simm are Rosie Cavaliero (A Young Doctor's Notebook), Craig Parkinson (Line Of Duty), Anastasia Hille (The Fear) and Adrian Edmondson (Bottom).
Prey really is brilliant and the performances are outstanding, none more so than John Simm who you'd expect nothing less from.