Sky One Sets September Premiere Date For ‘Temple’ Starring Mark Strong

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21 Aug 19

Season 1 of darkly comic thriller, Temple, starring Mark Strong (‘Kingsman’), Carice van Houten, (‘Game of Thrones’) and Daniel Mays (‘Line of Duty’), will premiere Friday, 13th September 2019 at 10pm, Sky One has announced.

Deep below the streets of London, descending past Temple tube in the beating heart of the city, lies a dark secret. An illegal clinic has been set up in an abandoned subterranean network of tunnels.

Daniel (Strong), is a surgeon, driven by personal tragedy to treat anyone who is willing to pay for medical help outside the system. Aided by Lee (Mays) a disgruntled transport employee, and Anna (Houten) a guilt-ridden medical researcher, they treat a variety of increasingly desperate and highly dangerous patients, as Daniel’s morality is tested to the limit. ‘Temple’ is a story of fate, chaos and consequence and asks how far you would go to save the person you love.

The heartfelt and darkly comic thriller is adapted by playwright Mark O’Rowe (‘Boy A’) from the critically acclaimed Norwegian drama series ‘Valkyrien’. Liza Marshall, Mark Strong and Mark O’Rowe exec produce for Hera Pictures and Gabriel Silver and Anne Mensah for Sky. Luke Snellin (‘Wanderlust’) is the lead director with Shariff Korver (‘Fenix’) and Lisa Siwe (‘Modus’) following and Barney Reisz (‘Black Mirror’) produces.

Temple‘ Season 1 premieres Friday, 13th September 2019 at 10pm on Sky One and NOW TV.