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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.
|Private limited company|
|Founders||Michele Buck, Damien Timmer|
ITV announced on 1 June 2015 that it had acquired Mammoth Screen, which is now part of ITV Studios.
- The Pale Horse (TBA) for BBC One - 2 episodes
- Desire (TBA) for ITV - 5 episodes
- The Serpent (TBA) for BBC One - 8 episodes
- Noughts and Crosses (2019) for BBC One - 6 episodes
- World on Fire (2019) for BBC One - 7 episodes
- The War of the Worlds (2019) for BBC One - 3 episodes
- The ABC Murders (2018) for BBC One - 3 episodes
- Vanity Fair (2018) for ITV - 7 episodes
- The City & the City (2018) for BBC Two - 4 episodes
- Ordeal by Innocence (2018) for BBC One - 3 episodes
- Next of Kin (2018) for ITV - 6 episodes
- Fearless (2017) for ITV - 6 episodes
- The Witness for the Prosecution (2016) for BBC One - 2 episodes
- Victoria (2016 - present) for ITV - 3 series + 1 upcoming
- Black Work (2015) for ITV - 3 episodes
- Poldark (2015-2019) for BBC One - 4 series + 1 upcoming
- Agatha Raisin (2014-2016) for Sky 1 - pilot + 8 episodes
- Remember Me (2014) for BBC One - 3 episodes
- And Then There Were None (2015) for BBC One - three-part miniseries
- Falcón (2012) for Sky UK, Canal+, and ZDF - 4 episodes
- Parade's End (2012) for BBC Two, HBO, and VRT - 5 × 1-hour serial
- Endeavour (2012 - present) for ITV - pilot + 5 series + 1 upcoming
- Monroe (2011) for ITV1- six-part series
- Christopher and His Kind (2011) for BBC Two - television film
- Joe Maddison's War (2010) for ITV1 - television film
- Bouquet of Barbed Wire (2010) for ITV1 - three-part miniseries
- Dappers (2010) for BBC Three - pilot
- Amanda Holden's Fantasy Lives (2010) for ITV1 - three-part miniseries
- Margot (2010) for BBC Four - television film
- Wuthering Heights (2009) for ITV1 - two-part miniseries
- Lost in Austen (2008) for ITV1 - four-part miniseries
- Bonekickers (2008) for BBC One - 6 episodes
North Korean hacking allegationsEdit
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.
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