The BBC’s interpretation of the HG Wells 1897 classic will begin filming in spring 2018 and air later on BBC One.
Unlike more recent interpretations this will be set in the period it was published, so faithful to the Victorian era.
Since the news was announced last summer we’ve heard very little about the production. We do know that it will be three sixty minute episodes.
It’s being made by the same production company, Mammoth Screen, which made Victoria for ITV. Now I’ve watched a few episodes of that series and there are some great production values there, I was especially impressed with the CGI recreation of Victorian London.
We know now that pre-production is now underway with filming set to take place in Liverpool and Cheshire. There is also going to be filming in Surrey which is where the invasion starts in the book.
Personally I think it’s a great idea and I am really looking forward to the series when it is transmitted later in 2018.
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