'In The Flesh': New BBC 3 Zombie Drama - First Look Pictures
The BBC has released more information on In The Flesh, BBC Three's upcoming drama about rehabilitated zombies being reintroduced back into society.
Written by newcomer Dominic Mitchell and directed by Jonny Campbell (Doctor Who), the three-part drama event will begin filming this autumn and casting is currently underway.
In The Flesh is set in a small village in the North of England, post-zombie uprising.
The official synopsis reads: "Now known as PDS Sufferers (Partially Deceased Syndrome), these former zombies have been caught, treated and, armed with their flesh cover-up and special contact lenses are now returning to their friends and families who previously thought them dead.
"Our hero is called Kieren Walker, a 17 year old who committed suicide four years’ ago when his best mate Rick died in Afghanistan. He didn’t leave a note, and is now returning to a village that always rejected him and a family who never got to say goodbye.
"Across the three episodes, we follow Kieren as he struggles to cope with fitting back in, with the guilt of what he did in his untreated state, and the sudden reappearance of Rick, a fellow PDS Sufferer. The boy that Kieren thought was dead is alive and the boy Rick thought was alive is dead. Can they be happy a second time round? Can Kieren finally make peace with both his past and his present? Can humans and PDS sufferers live side by side in this new highly charged and emotionally complicated world?"
Actor Luke Newberry playing teenager Kieren Walker in new BBC Three drama 'In The Flesh'
Group shot at rehabilitation center