If you don’t know what to watch tonight, here is a suggestion for you: new period set series TRAITORS starts this very evening over at British Channel 4. With the cast lead by Keeley Hawes, Emma Appleton, Luke
|The new series starts tonight at British Channel Four|
Treadaway, Matt Lauria, Michael Stuhlbarg and Stephen Campbell Moore, the six part spy drama, previously known as Jerusalem, will also air sometime later this year on Netflix for the audience around the globe.
of the oddly-named Feef Symonds (Emma Appleton). Feef is a “bold” young woman who joins the Civil Service in 1945 just as Clement Attlee’s
|The series will later on air on Netflix worldwide|
Labour Party sweeps to victory, defeating wartime leader Winston Churchill in a surprise landslide. Ambitious and determined to make something of her life, Feef is unappreciated by her family – but her American lover is a different
|Keeley Hawes leads the female government workforce as Priscilla Garrick|
matter. With his encouragement, she agrees to spy on her own government on behalf of the Americans, who have a hidden agenda: they want to ensure that
|Emma Appleton takes the lead role of Feef in the new series|
England’s ‘socialist’ leaders don’t play into Soviet hands. Struggling to work out what she stands for, and what she’s capable of, Feef must learn to think for
|Luke Treadaway is Labour MP who is drawn to Feef|
herself and play by her own rules at a time when knowledge becomes power and nothing and no one is what they seem!
Keeley Hawes plays Priscilla Garrick, a senior civil servant at the Cabinet Office with a fearsome reputation. She leads the female workforce. Michael Stuhlbarg joins her in the cast as Rowe, a single-minded man from the
|Jamie Blackley plays Feef’s brother who hates his sister for going her own way|
American intelligence services. Luke Treadaway is set to play young Labour politician Hugh Fenton, Stephen Campbell Moore will play Philip, and
|Brandon P. Bell is an American soldier stationed in the UK|
Matt Lauria is Feef’s lover Peter McCormick who has a wife and kids back in the USA. Jamie Blackley plays Feef’s brother Freddie who had to marry for money to save his family but is probably homosexual. Brandon P Bell plays
|Michael Stuhlbarg plays an agent from American Intelligence Services|
soldier and driver Jackson Cole, who signed up to the military hoping that the African American contribution in the war would ease the appalling racism back home in the US.