Euston Films’ inaugural series Hard Sun was a six-part crime drama written by Luther creator Neil Cross. It transmitted on BBC One from January 2018 and was a co-production with Hulu.
In Autumn 2019, Euston Films debuted Dublin Murders on BBC One, an eight-part psychological crime drama written by Sarah Phelps and adapted from the best-selling crime novels by Tana French.
In 2020, Euston Films produced two further ambitious dramas. Baghdad Central, written by Stephen Butchard and starring Corey Stoll, Waleed Zuaitar & Bertie Carvel which launched in February on Channel 4 before being released globally.
Also in 2020 The Sister, a four-part psychological thriller, was launched on ITV, written by Neil Cross and starred Russell Tovey.
Euston Films’ most recent launch is the 6 part comedy horror series Wreck for BBC 3. Currently streaming on I-player & Hulu. Written by emerging talent Ryan J Brown, the six part series is set aboard a mega cruise ship. It follows new recruit Jamie as he joins the crew in search of his missing sister. When Jamie discovers the staff are oblivious to bloodthirsty murders taking place on board, Jamie is forced to turn detective and uncover the sinister truth. Series 2 of Wreck has started production, set to be released next year.
Euston Films’ is currently in Production for a 6 part series for BBC, Nightsleeper. An action-packed investigation drama. Full of thrills and spills, daring heroics and heart-racing plot twists, all set on a runaway train. Told in real-time across 6, nail-biting hours.