INSIDE Man is an unmissable upcoming BBC series - and it has a superstar cast.
In Steven Moffat's new drama, Stanley Tucci and David Tennant will come together in a Transatlantic partnership.
Inside Man cast: Who stars in BBC's new Steven Moffat drama?
Stanley Tucci is a Hollywood icon and he'll be leading the cast of Inside Man.
He is best known for his famous roles in The Devil Wears Prada (2006) and Julie & Julia
Tucci has also appeared in Easy A, Captain America: The First Avenger, Margin Call and The Hunger Games.
Tucci has won three Emmy Awards and has been nominated for an Oscar for his role in The Lovely Bones.
Another acting legend will be joining the Inside Man cast in the form of David Tennant.
Known for his role on famed BBC series Doctor Who, David assumed the role in 2005 and quit in 2010.
He has starred in ITV drama Broadchurch, and as villain Kilgrave in the Marvel and Netflix series Jessica Jones, and as Dennis Nilsen in the drama Des.
Dolly’s acting credits include appearances in the Bridget Jones’ Diary movie franchise, Some Girls, Can You Ever Forgive Me, The IT Crowd and 45 Years.
Wells married photographer Mischa Richter in 2000 and they have a 17-year-old daughter Elsie and 14-year-old son Ezra.
Both appeared with their mother in Sky Witness series Doll & Em.
Lydia West is best known for playing Jill Baxter in Channel 4's It's A Sin.
Her first major screen role was in BBC series Years and Years.
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What is Inside Man about?
According to Deadline, the series centers on a prisoner on death row in the U.S., a vicar in a quiet English town, and a maths teacher trapped in a cellar, who "cross paths in the most unexpected way."
Sherlock's Paul McGuigan is directing the series.
BBC is set to air the series in UK and Ireland, and Netflix will stream the show globally.