Sky has started production on the third season of the political drama ‘COBRA,’ and they have just announced that Jane Horrocks will be joining the cast. She will be appearing with Robert Carlyle and Victoria Hamilton, who is also returning.
In “Cobra: Rebellion,” also known as Season 3 of the show, the government led by Sutherland (Carlyle) is confronted with their greatest challenge to date. However, in contrast to the obstacles they have faced in the past, these dangers originate from considerably closer to home.
When an unexpected environmental disaster causes significant amounts of harm and loss of life, the repercussions for the Prime Minister are far-reaching. After more inquiry, Sutherland and his team come to the conclusion that everything might not be as straightforward as it seems.
They set off on a journey to uncover the truth, during which they uncovered something troubling and upsetting beneath the surface. The problem is spiraling out of control and has now expanded to include not just the imminent danger of environmental destruction but also the heinous corruption of the arms business as well as the proliferation of murky corporate security agencies.
The uncomfortable truth that the United Kingdom has had a long-standing connection with a world power has been brought to the attention of the cabinet. When taken together, all of these factors force our Prime Minister to make a decisive choice about who he is on a personal level and what he is ultimately ready to give up in order to maintain his position as leader of our country.
Robert Carlyle will reprise his role as Prime Minister Robert Sutherland, and Victoria Hamilton will continue in her role as Chief of Staff Anna Marshall in the new season. Jane Horrocks, best known for her roles in the television series Bloods and Absolutely Fabulous, has been cast in the role of Victoria Dalton, a populist who has been appointed to the position of Defense Secretary.
David Haig (‘Killing Eve’) as Foreign Secretary Archie Glover-Morgan, Richard Pepple (‘Gangs of London’) as Home Secretary Joseph Obasi, and Marsha Thomason (‘The Bay’) as Francine Bridge, Shadow Environment Secretary, all return as part of Sutherland’s team of dedicated advisers.
In addition, returning for the third season are the roles of Eleanor James, Head of the Joint Intelligence Committee, played by Lisa Palfrey (‘Chloe’), Rachel Sutherland, wife of the Prime Minister, played by Lucy Cohu (‘Ripper Street’), and Audrey Hemmings, Civil Contingencies Secretariat Officer, played by Alexa Davies (‘Dead Pixels’), who played Audrey Hemmings in the second season. Edward Bennett, who played Peter Mott in “Save Me Too,” also reprises his role as the press secretary.
Toby Finlay serves as the show’s head writer, and he is assisted on the writing team by fellow writers James Wood and Rachel Anthony. COBRA: Rebellion was commissioned by Gabriel Silver, who is the Director of Commissioning, Drama at Sky Studios, on behalf of Zai Bennett, who is the Managing Director of Content for Sky UK.
The show was produced by New Pictures, which is a division of All3Media, in partnership with Sky Studios. Rebecca Davies is in charge of production for this show. Executive producers include Charlie Pattinson, Toby Finlay, Joe Donaldson, Willow Grylls, and Elaine Pyke. Sky’s executive producer is Samantha Hoyle, who also serves in that capacity.
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