BBCas New Drama The Control Room Look Tense AF First Look

BBCas New Drama The Control Room Look Tense AF First Look ...

Autumn is coming, and for the BBC to see a whole new set of drama. The Control Room, a film slated to premiere in Glasgow, will focus on a dramatic turn of events.

The three-part drama will now premiere on BBC One and BBC iPlayer, which include fresh first look photos to analyse. Here is all we know so far about The Control Room, and what to expect from it.

In September 2021, filming took place in and around Glasgow, but there is currently no air date for the three-part drama. The BBC has given us details about when to expect the series to follow in the near future.

Gabe, an emergency call handler for the Strathclyde Ambulance Service in Glasgow, is caught on one particular shift. Gabe must work under pressure to discover who exactly the caller is, leading to a decision that has devastating consequences, according to the Beeb.

Iain De Caestecker, who plays Gabe on the Edgeas, has been given a peek into what you can expect from the series, declaring that it is one of the most enjoyable scripts [heas] ever reada, and that it left him on the edge of his seat.

Vanderham admits that sheas eager for the opportunity to bring these incredible characters to lifea, and that she canat wait for audiences to see what they do with the show. Both actors are from Scotland, and are equally delighted to be filming in Glasgow.

My Mad Fat Diaryas Sharon Rooney, Daniel Portman, Line of Dutyas Taj Atwal, and Bodyguardas Stuart Bowman will also star in the show.

Filming for The Control Room took place in Glasgow and the surrounding areas, including the district of Cessnock, a specific Walmer Crescent. Filming also took place in the city centre on Rose Street, which was partially closed for two days to accommodate the cast and crew.

This article was first published on September 4, 2021.

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