The BBC has released this trailer for the high-profile series…
Who wrote the Noughts and Crosses television series?
Being Human creator and Doctor Who writer Toby Whithouse took over the project in 2018, overseeing the script-writing process with help from Riviera’s Lydia Adetunji and Five By Five’s Nathaniel Price.
Malorie Blackman said: “I am beyond thrilled that Noughts and Crosses will be dramatised by the BBC – it couldn’t have found a better home. Callum and Sephy seem to have meant a lot to readers over the years and I’m excited at the prospect of watching them on my TV!”
Will there be a second series of Noughts and Crosses?
Malorie Blackman fans will know that the story of Noughts + Crosses extends across several novels, but will there be more adaptations?
Star Jack Rowan told RadioTimes.com: “By the end [of the TV series], you’re left satisfied, like ‘oh wow, that’s an ending.’ But then, you’re also kind of like, it can go more…”
It sounds like we’ll have to wait and see whether other books in the series will also make their way to the small screen.
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