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Hugo Weaving Starrer, a Warner Television Aquarius Series Acquired by DCD Rights (EXCLUSIVE) Huge We Aving starrers Love Me, Acquused by Warner Digital Rights

Hugo Weaving Starrer, a Warner Television Aquarius Series Acquired by DCD Rights (EXCLUSIVE) Huge We Aving starrers Love Me, Acquused by Warner Digital Rights

DCD Rights has acquired the anticipated high-end show Love Me starring Hugo Weaving (Lord Of The Rings, The Matrix). Continuing its strong relationship with Australian drama series, DC D Rights acquired for international distribution the highly anticipated High-End series Dance for London, with the title of Also and Morde Is the Ring (the upcoming LORD Of the Hearts (The Memorandum).

The first television series to be in production for Warner Bros. International Television Production Australia, Love Me, marks its first project for Australian SVOD service Binge, launched in May last year by the Foxtel Group.

The series is produced by Sydney-based Lingo Pictures Production for Paramount Plus.

The song Love Me is in production now. Enjoying the massive production investment from Screen Australia and financed by Film Victoria, You're in love.

The six-hour romantic drama turns on how love can appear at the most inconvenient of times, as well as for Clara, Glen and Aaron, different family members at different stages of their lives, who are tucked away at an emotional crossroads following unexpected life-changing event.

Bojana Novakovic (Birds of Prey, Shameless, Operation Buffalo), William Lodder (Wakefield, Go Kart) - Sarah Peii R. (Sweet Tooth, Stateless) and Shalom Brune-Franklin (The Tourist Line of Duty).

The first season of The Secrets she Keeps, which adapted from the best-selling author Michael Robothams acclaimed novel, opened on BBC One in July 2020 to be the channel best Monday night launch for the year.

Now in production, with the help of Screen Australia and Screen NSW, the second season of The Secrets She Keeps will see Carmichael and De Gouw both returning, based on the drama from the finale of series one.

In our complex and confrontational world, it is a timely reminder that we are all as ingenuity and remarkable as each other, said Nicky Davies Williams, CEO of DCD Rights.

He added: The first season of The Secrets she Keeps has been a significant international success and we are sure that this gripping story will come to reverberation and intrigue audiences around the world.