Industry is an upcoming British drama series. It is created by Konrad Kay and Mickey Down. The series will be released by HBO and there will be 8 episodes. And the first episode will be directed by Lena Dunham. Apart from HBO, BBC two will release also the series. The plot revolves around the issues in the workplace. Gender, race, and class issues will be seen. They have promised about meritocracy but hierarchy is the king.
Industry drama is all set to make a release on 9th November 2020. It will be released on HBO exclusively. And after some time it will be released on Netflix.
- Myha’la Herrold as Harper
- Marisa Abela as Yasmin
- Harry Lawtey as Robert
- David Jonsson as Gus
- Nabhan Rizwan as Hari
- Freya Mavoras Daria
- Will Tudoras Theo
- Conor Macneillas Kenny
- Ken Leung as Eric
Other staff members
- Mickey Down and Konrad Kay has created and executively produced the series
- Other Executive producers include: Jane Tranter, Lachlan MacKinnon, Ryan Rasmussen, David P. Davis, and Ben Irving
- Co-executive producer- Ed Lilly
- Produced by Lee Thomas
- Directors are Ed Lily, Lena Dunham, Mary Nighy, and Tinge Krishnan
On Friday an official trailer has released for Industry.
The story revolves around Harper. She is the main lead and the role played by Myha’la Herrold. She finds herself surrounded by privileged people. On the other hand, Yasmin played by Abela faces all her challenges on her own despite her background. She always had expectations since her childhood and till now nothing has changed. She is tired of being underestimated and taken for granted. At some point, both of them tries to prove their worth and show everyone what they can do. One of their peers is Robert (Lawtey), who joins the bank from a working-class background, believing it a true meritocracy where putting on a suit will help distance himself from his past.