It was announced earlier today that Born to Kill has been nominated for two Royal Television Society (RTS) Awards. Best Mini-Series and Best Actor for Jack Rowan.
Born To Kill aired on Channel 4 in April 2017 and was a haunting four-part drama exploring the mind of Sam, a teenager on the verge of acting out suppressed psychopathic desires. As this chilling coming of age drama unfolds, decades of deceit are revealed and Sam’s family’s long buried past returns with a vengeance.
Starring Romola Garai (The Hour, Suffragette) and Daniel Mays (Made in Dagenham, Line of Duty, Rogue One: A Star Wars story,) as the single parents of two out-of-control teens, Born to Kill is the first commission for female writing duo Tracey Malone (Rillington Place) and first time TV writer and BIFA-nominated actress Kate Ashfield.
Born To Kill was directed by Bruce Goodison (Murdered By My Father, Doctor Foster).
It is executive produced by Jake Lushington (The Devil’s Whore) for World Productions (Line of Duty) and commissioned for Channel 4 by Head of Drama Beth Willis and Head of International Drama Simon Maxwell.
The RTS Awards ceremony is held Tuesday 20 March at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London.
Congratulations on the two RTS nominations and best of luck to everyone involved with Born to Kill!
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