Sky original drama Bulletproof returns for a second series in 2020 and in addition, Noel Clarke and Ashley Walters have announced that Vertigo Films is producing a three part special, coming to Sky One and NOW TV in Autumn 2020.
The Bulletproof special, will see the Clarke and Walters’ characters Bishop and Pike travelling across the world to South Africa.
Sky has also teamed with Charisma.ai on a Bulletproof Interrogation Game on Sky.com at the beginning of 2020, where players are put at the heart of the action-packed cop drama, as they become an active participant in a crime story.
Bulletproof Series 2 sees Bishop and Pike going undercover to infiltrate an international crime empire. Their chase for justice will take them from the streets of London to Amsterdam and Cyprus, where they will have to risk everything, including their police badges, to succeed.
Executive Producer Allan Niblo, for Vertigo Films, said “Bulletproof is a show that has always broken new ground, and the Interrogation Game utilises cutting edge AI and means that fans can get into its world like never seen before. It’s a tremendously exciting new universe”.
Guy Gadney, CEO for Charisma.ai said “Charisma.ai powers a new form of interactive storytelling that reaches new audiences, allowing them to play a part in the narrative and meet the characters they are passionate about, We are very excited to be working with Sky and Vertigo to set the new standard in this style of interactive storytelling."
Cameron Roach, Director of Drama, Sky Studios said, “We are thrilled to be continuing to grow the Bulletproof franchise , with our special airing hot off the heels of Series 2, and our new Interrogation Game bringing the show’s brand to life.”
The Bulletproof three part special is a Sky Studios and Vertigo Films production. The show was commissioned by Zai Bennett, Managing Director of Content, Sky UK and Ireland, and Cameron Roach, Director of Drama, Sky Studios. Executive Producers are Paul Gilbert for Sky, Allan Niblo for Vertigo Films, Nick Love, Noel Clarke and Ashley Walters.
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