Welcome to Holliday Grainger Fan, your best source for everything on Holliday Grainger. You may know her best for her role as Lucrezia Borgia on the Showtime show 'The Borgias', even though you may have seen her in corsets a lot her most recent projects have left that out! This site aims to update you with all the latest news on Holly's career. Enjoy your stay and hopefully came back! For any question or doubt e-mail us here
written by admin on August 25, 2023

Casting News: Holliday Grainger joins Disney+ thriller Playdate

Holliday Grainger has joined the cast of the upcoming British Disney+ Original series, “Playdate”, which will be a five-part thriller produced by Quay Street Productions and Brightstar based on the original book of the same title by Alex Dahl. “Playdate”

A seemingly ordinary decision turns the world of Elisa, mum to two young kids, upside down. When Elisa’s nine-year-old daughter asks to go on an overnight playdate with her new best friend, Elisa agrees. But when she says goodnight to her daughter, she has no idea that she is about to be thrust into every parent’s worst nightmare, and when Elisa goes to pick her up, she discovers that the beautiful house was a holiday rental, while her daughter has disappeared. What follows is a manhunt across Europe, while Elisa and husband Fred find themselves the object of police scrutiny.

written by admin on July 18, 2023

Impact Winter Season 2

Holly returns as Darcy, in our favorite audio series, Impact Winter Season 2. This time, new characters have been added including Ellie Bamber, David Gyasi and Gina Stiebitz and many more! Get your copy on Audible. You can also listen both seasons on Spotify.

And according to this a 3rd season has been confirmed!

The hit Audible Original series from executive producers of The Walking Dead and the writer of Pacific Rim returns for its highly anticipated second season.

Six months have passed since the Vampire Queen fell silent, and the world balances on a knife’s edge. Rejoin the courageous Dunraven sisters, Darcy and Hope, as they navigate the vampire apocalypse in a sunless, endless winter that grows deadlier with each passing day. Brace yourself for a frigid realm of sacred daggers, mighty swords, secret seaside caves, unthinkable human blood farms, and a superpowered vampire villain on the hunt. Will Darcy emerge from hiding to save her sister? Will Hope venture from the castle refuge and find Darcy first? When all paths converge, everyone in Hope and Darcy’s orbit is in mortal danger, including the sisters themselves.

Dare to listen in the dark again as this thrilling saga expands to new lands, new loves, new weapons, and new warriors. Presented in Dolby Atmos spatial audio, the second season of Impact Winter is designed to haunt you like never before. Hear your heart stop.

Please note: This content is for mature audiences only. It contains adult language and themes. Discretion is advised.

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written by admin on July 18, 2023

BBC’s The Capture writer addresses series 3 possibility

Fans of The Capture may get to see DI Rachel Carey again following that shocking series 2’s cliffhanger.

The BBC One tech thriller premiered in 2019, with a second chapter debuting in 2022. There have been talks of Holliday Grainger’s detective returning since, with series writer and director Ben Chanan teasing there may be more ahead.

“I can’t confirm or deny at this point, I’m so sorry,” he recently told RadioTimes.com.

While he remained tightlipped about a possible continuation, Chanan sure thinks there’s enough material for more disturbing instalments.

The series follows Carey as she races against time to expose the truth behind deepfake footage manipulations that could land innocent people behind bars.

Season 1 focused on British army Lance Corporal Shaun Emery (Callum Turner), accused of kidnapping and murdering his barrister Hannah Roberts (Laura Haddock). The second chapter zeroed in a different story, with politician Isaac Turner (I May Destroy You’s Paapa Essiedu) being involved in a conspiracy and ending on Carey exposing the process of Correction.

“I think that the world of deep fakes and fake news and AI, it keeps developing,” Chanan said, warning it’s not a thing of the future anymore.

“We went quite far with The Capture in terms of what the hell could happen next, in terms of the sort of fear of what could happen,” he continued.

“I think we went quite far across the two series, and I almost feel sometimes like I need to take a minute and wait for the news to catch up or for predictions, nightmare predictions of what’s next.

“It’s not so much a futuristic thing, it’s kind of a what’s happening now thing, and so part of me feels like I need to take a break and unfortunately wait to see where the news takes us and where the world takes us and then respond.”

written by admin on May 25, 2023

National Television Awards 2023

The list for National Television Awards 2023 nominees has been released and Holliday is among the selected. You can vote on the 38 categories here, Holly is stated on the 3rd category, New Drama, for Strike and on the 7th category as Robin for Drama Performance. The main event will be broadcast on September 5th on ITV1.

written by admin on March 14, 2023

BBC Ready To Renew JK Rowling’s ‘Strike’

Great news for all Strike fans and Robin Ellacott fans!!! BBC has renewed Strike for a new season. As we know, JKR has been releasing/ writting books non-stop and we couldn’t be more thrilled to still have Holly on board to portrait our favorite detective. The news was released by Deadline, and we highlighted the most important parts:

EXCLUSIVE: The BBC appears unmoved by the online clamor to cancel JK Rowling over her views on transgender rights.

The British broadcaster is preparing to renew Strike for a sixth season after apologizing twice to the author last month because guests on news shows accused her of being transphobic. A deal is yet to be done, but Deadline understands that the BBC is enthusiastic about another season.

Strike is based on novels by Rowling’s pseudonym Robert Galbraith and chronicles cases investigated by Cormoran Strike (Tom Burke), a war veteran turned private detective, and his business partner Robin Ellacott (Holliday Grainger).

Season six will adapt The Ink Black Heart, which has echoes of Rowling’s own experience. It centers on the murder of a successful YouTube animator after she becomes the target of relentless online hate. At one point, Edie Ledwell is accused of being transphobic.

Rowling has been clear that the character is not based on her own life, but recognizes that she experienced similar online hate during and after writing the novel, published last August. “I wasn’t clairvoyant, I just – yeah, it was just one of those weird twists. Sometimes life imitates art more than one would like,” she said.

Rowling has infuriated LGBTQ+ rights campaigners with her views on transgender issues, including arguing that certain trans women should not have access to single-sex spaces. She has spoken candidly about receiving online hate from her critics, saying that she has received so many death threats she could “paper the house with them.”

The BBC apologized twice to Rowling in February after two news shows failed to properly challenge the views of transgender women who said they were boycotting the Harry Potter video game Hogwarts Legacy because Rowling is “anti-trans.” The BBC said the discussions, broadcast on Radio 4 and BBC Radio Scotland, fell below “rigorous editorial standards.”

Strike is produced by Brontë Film and TV, the company established to adapt Rowling’s books. Season 5 was a co-production between the BBC and HBO, while Cinemax was involved in previous seasons.

Tom Edge has written the past four seasons of Strike, while Ben Richards wrote Season 1 in 2017. Both are involved in other BBC series: Edge is writing a second season of Vigil and Richards is developing another season of Showtrial.

Season 5, Strike: Troubled Blood, premiered in December with a strong 8M viewers for BBC1. It went on to average 6.9M over the course of its four-part series.

The BBC declined to comment.