The present explores trendy love as skilled by completely different members of the family at completely different levels of life. It’s tailored from the Swedish collection “Älska Mig,” created by Josephine Bornebusch.
To be introduced as a six-part collection with 43-minute episodes, the present is directed by celebrated Australian director Emma Freeman (“Stateless,” “The Newsreader”) with lead author Alison Bell, and writers Leon Ford, Adele Vuko and Blake Ayshford.
“Love Me” is a Warner Bros. Worldwide Tv Manufacturing Australia manufacturing in affiliation with Aquarius Films for the Foxtel Group’s streaming service Binge. Main manufacturing funding got here from Display screen Australia in affiliation with Movie Victoria.
Binge is an SVOD service launched in Could final 12 months by Foxtel, the Information Corp. Australia and Telstra-owned pay-TV service in Australia. It affords on-demand and dwell leisure throughout the life-style, actuality and film genres. Subscriptions, which are available three tiers, aren’t included as a part of the Foxtel bundle. As of March this 12 months it was reported to have 561,000 paying subscribers and 679,000 together with trial memberships.
“Love Me” is produced by Angie Fielder and Polly Staniford of Aquarius and government produced by Michael Brooks and Hamish Lewis for Warner Bros. Government producers for Foxtel are Brian Walsh, Alison Hurbert-Burns and Lana Greenhalgh.
Becoming a member of Weaving within the forged is together with Bojana Novakovic (“I, Tonya,” “Birds of Prey”), Bob Morley (“The 100”), Heather Mitchell (“Muriel’s Marriage ceremony,” “The Nice Gatsby”), Sarah Peirse (“The Hobbit,” “Stateless”), Celia Pacquola (“Rosehaven,” “The Lovely Lie”), William Lodder (“Wakefield”), Shalom Brune-Franklin (“Line of Obligation”) and Mitzi Ruhlmann (“The Code”).
“ ‘Love Me’ marks the primary drama collection to enter manufacturing for Warner Bros. Worldwide Tv Manufacturing Australia and excitingly, (is) our first undertaking with Binge,” mentioned Michael Brooks, MD of Warner Bros. Worldwide Tv Australia. “It’s daring storytelling that we really feel will reduce by with audiences, being equal components uplifting, humorous and actual.”
“Our distinctive artistic group, acclaimed forged and splendidly compelling scripts will mix to create a captivating, poignant and life-affirming exploration of affection throughout completely different generations for a worldwide viewers,” mentioned Staniford and Fielder.
Aquarius’ TV credit embody: mini-series “The Uncommon Suspects” for SBS; “Born to Spy for the Australian Broadcasting Company; “The Different Man” (two seasons) for Stan and Hulu; and YA sci-fi collection “The Unlisted” for Netflix and the Australian Broadcasting Company.