Georgia Tennant (Moffett) is returning to our TV’s as Jenny tonight but sadly not in Doctor Who but in the BBC’s brand new drama ‘ In the Dark’.

Georgia has an impeccable Doctor Who pedigree, besides appearing on the show itself as solider Jenny in The Doctor’s Daughter (2008) and the 2009 animated series Doctor Who: Dreamland she is the daughter of Peter Davison, the Fifth Doctor and the wife of David Tennant, the Tenth Doctor.

As well as acting Georgia has also produced the short film ’96 Ways To Say I Love You’ written and directed by Daisy Aitkens. Her latest producing gig is the rom-com You, Me and Him’, due for release later this year.

About ‘In the Dark’

It was announced in June 2016 that Georgia, had joined the cast of a new BBC One thriller written by BAFTA-winner Danny Brocklehurst (Ordinary Lies, The Driver, Exile).

‘In the Dark’ is a four-part series adapted from the novels by Mark Billingham stars MyAnna Buring (Ripper Street, Downton Abbey) as Helen Weeks, a feisty yet fragile detective. They will be joined by Ben Batt (Shameless) as Buring’s partner. The cast also includes David Leon, Ashley Walters, Matt King, Clive Wood, Emma Fryer, Jamie Sives, Pearce Quigley, Sinead Matthews and Jessica Gunning.

In The Dark - TX: 11/07/2017 - Picture Shows: Helen Weeks (MYANNA BURING) - (C) BBC/Gary Moyes - Photographer: Gary Moyes
In The Dark – TX: 11/07/2017 – Picture Shows: Helen Weeks (MYANNA BURING) – (C) BBC/Gary Moyes – Photographer: Gary Moyes

Characterful, darkly funny and with themes relevant to our times, ‘In The Dark’ is an incredibly personal and engaging crime series. With visceral emotional dilemmas at the centre of the two crime stories, the series is anchored by Helen Weeks and her journey towards motherhood. Can she overcome childhood secrets and unexpected tragedy that befalls her to make the world a better place for her unborn child? Even if you love someone, do you ever really know them completely?

‘In The Dark’ is Executive Produced by Head of BBC Drama North, Hilary Martin (From Darkness, In The Flesh), and the producer is Hugh Warren (Thirteen, Call The Midwife). Episode one will be directed by Gilles Bannier and episode two by Ulrik Imtiaz Rolfsen.

Catch it tonight on BBC One at 9 pm and you can find out more at the BBC’s dedicated page.



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