Olivia Colman has discovered what role she is going to take up next and it sounds killer and lit. The Oscar prize winner, who is as of now one season down her two-season run playing the role of Queen Elizabeth II on Netflix’s show called “The Crown,” has marked on to lead a criminal dramatization which is titled as “Landscapers”. It has gotten an arrangement order from both Sky and HBO.
Alexander Payne (“The Descendants”), a fellow Academy Award winner is set to coordinate the arrangement which is being composed by Ed Sinclair. Enlivened by genuine life-like occasions, the show Landscapers investigates the lives of sentenced executioners Susan (Colman) and Christopher Edwards (throwing TBD) and questions how this committed and easygoing couple manages and happen to slaughter Susan’s folks and cover them in the back nursery of their Mansfield home in the United Kingdom.
Their wrongdoing stayed unfamiliar for over 10 years somehow until the dots were connected and jigsaw of crime was solved. According to HBO, the show largely depends on long periods of meetings with the genuine figures behind the criminal world who have constantly kept up their ignorance.
The show is being produced by Sister and South of the River Pictures, Colman along with her better half Sinclair’s recently launched generation standard, for Sky and HBO. The two systems recently collaborated with Sister to create the multi-Emmy winning show “Chernobyl” which gained loads of popularity and love from fans and critics. The show Landscapers is more of a fascinating tale of truth being more Stanger than fictional stories. Casey Bloys, the programming president of HBO is thrilled to have Alexander, Olivia, and Ed on board.