Mammoth Screen

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Mammoth Screen Limited
Private limited company
IndustryTelevision
Media
GenreProduction company
Founded2007
FoundersMichele Buck, Damien Timmer
Headquarters
UK
ParentITV Studios
Websitewww.mammothscreen.com

Mammoth Screen is a UK-based production company that was established in 2007 by Michele Buck and Damien Timmer. It produces drama for key UK broadcasters, especially ITV, and international distribution.

ITV announced on 1 June 2015 that it had acquired Mammoth Screen, which is now part of ITV Studios.

Productions[edit]

Year Title Aired on
2008 Bonekickers BBC One
Lost in Austen ITV
2009 Wuthering Heights ITV / PBS Masterpiece
2010 Margot BBC Four
Amanda Holden's Fantasy Lives ITV
Bouquet of Barbed Wire
Joe Maddison's War
2011 Christopher and His Kind BBC Two
Monroe ITV
2012–present Endeavour ITV / PBS Masterpiece
2012 Parade's End BBC Two / HBO / VRT
Falcón Sky Atlantic / Canal+ / ZDF
2014–2016 Agatha Raisin Sky One
2014 Remember Me BBC One
2015–2019 Poldark BBC One / PBS Masterpiece
2015 Black Work ITV
And Then There Were None BBC One / A&E Television Networks
2016–present Victoria ITV / PBS Masterpiece
2016 The Witness for the Prosecution BBC One / Acorn TV
2017 Fearless ITV
2018 Next of Kin
Ordeal by Innocence BBC One / Prime Video
The City and the City BBC Two
Vanity Fair ITV / Prime Video
The ABC Murders BBC One / Prime Video
2019–present World on Fire BBC One / PBS Masterpiece
2019 The War of the Worlds BBC One
2020 The Pale Horse BBC One / Prime Video
McDonald and Dodds ITV / BritBox
Noughts and Crosses BBC One
The Serpent BBC One / Netflix
The Singapore Grip ITV
TBA Death Comes as the End BBC One

North Korean hacking allegations[edit]

In October 2017 it was reported that an upcoming drama about a British nuclear scientist taken prisoner in North Korea, commissioned by Channel 4 and with the working title Opposite Number, had caused the production company's computer network to be targeted by North Korean hackers. The project was subsequently shelved.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Corera, Gordon (16 October 2017). "UK TV drama about North Korea hit by cyber-attack". BBC News.

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