Director of The Raid, Gareth Evans, on his "incredibly violent" brand new gangster show starring Colm Meaney
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Bored in lockdown? Sick and tired of nothing good to watch on TV? Stuck for something new to binge?
Don't worry, we've got just the thing for you.
Gangs of London, a brand new, nine-part gangster series is coming exclusively to Sky Atlantic and NOW TV on Thursday 23 April.
The Sky original show is from the brilliant brain of writer and director, Gareth Evans (The Raid and The Raid 2), and stars Irish legend Colm Meaney as Finn Wallace, the mob boss of the most powerful crime family in London.
So put down the banana bread, stop trying to cut your own hair and clear your schedule for this Thursday.
Ahead of the highly-anticipated release of the show, the team at The Big Reviewski were fortunate enough to get a preview of the action-packed first few episodes, so join Eoghan Doherty, Justine Stafford and TBR debutante, Rob O'Hanrahan, as they chat the best binge-worthy biscuits, the worst childhood gangs and all things Gangs of London.
Along the way, they're also joined by none other than the super-talented creator of the series, Gareth Evans, from his own lockdown lair, while the man of the moment, THE Colm Meaney, pops by to say hello.