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BBC Two launches the first trailer for ‘Industry’, a new banking drama

The industry trailer

The industry is an eight-part drama that is directed by Grils creator Lena Dunham along with Tinge Krishnan, Mary Nighty and Ed Lily. It began filming in 2019 in Cardiff and London. Recently, the first trailer of Industry was launched by BBC Two. For more details about the trailer ( contains adult themes)and the upcoming drama Industry, keep reading the article.

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First Trailer of the banking drama: Industry is out: 

It is about the lives of people in London’s City banking industry. The upcoming drama created by Mickey Down and Konrad Kay repletes with nightclubs, sex, drug-taking and spreadsheets. It’s about how the young graduates complete with drug-fueled work on the trading floor. These young graduates fight for the limited number of positions in Pierpoint & Co. Pierpoint & Co. is a fictitious bank and is a part of the high-pressure world.

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The industry is co-produced by BBC and HBO and includes the following cast:

  Marisa Abela (also seen in  Cobra)

Harry Lawtey ( Marcella)

David Jonsson (Deep State)

 Nabhaan Rizwan (Informer)

Freya Mavor (The ABC Murders)

Will Tudor (Game of Thrones)

Conor Macneill (Death and Nightingales)

 Ken Leung (Marvel’s Inhumans)

We expect that the new banking drama: Industry will soon come to BBC Two and BBC iPlayer. Also, the Industry is scheduled to premiere on 9 November that is Monday. It will premiere on HBO in the US.

BBC Two launches the first  trailer of Industry focussing a young talented woman Harper: 

So what does the trailer of the upcoming banking drama revealed?

In the trailer, we see the progress of a black woman named Harper Stern. The role of Harper is well played by Myha’la Herrold. The outsiders get to know various things about the lofe in the city including trading floor bullying, sex, nightclub excesses, and sexual harassment.

 

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