Two Brothers Pictures reveals first look images for new comedy "Dinosaur"

The six-part series about an autistic woman in her 30s set to premiere on Hulu in the US and BBC in the UK and is globally distributed by All3Media International.

18 MAR 2024


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The first look images for the new comedy, "Dinosaur" from Two Brothers Pictures ("Fleabag", "The Tourist), have been released. The six-part series, created by Matilda Curtis and Ashley Storrie, was filmed and set in Glasgow and will premiere on Hulu in the US on 5th April and on BBC Scotland, BBC iPlayer and BBC Three in the UK next month. All3Media International is handling global distribution for the series.

"Dinosaur" follows Nina (Ashley Storrie), an autistic woman in her 30s, who adores her life living with her sister and best friend Evie. However, when Evie rushes into an engagement after only six weeks and makes Nina her maid of honour, Nina is floored. Forced to reconcile with her sister’s impulsive decision, Nina grapples with what this new challenge means.

Nina’s relationship with her sister isn’t the only change that she’s navigating, as she explores new possibilities in her palaeontology career and a potential new relationship in her own life with the introduction of kind-hearted Lee, who helps Nina to see these new challenges in a more positive light.

Ashley Storrie stars alongside Kat Ronney ("The Royal Mob") as Evie. The two are joined by David Carlyle ("It’s A Sin") as Bo, Lorn Macdonald ("BEATS") as Lee and Danny Ashok ("Roadkill") as Ranesh.

"Dinosaur" was commissioned by Jon Petrie, Director of BBC Comedy and Louise Thornton, Head of Commissioning for BBC Scotland. It is based on an original idea by Matilda Curtis. The Executive Producers are Sarah Hammond, Katie Churchill, Harry Williams, Jack Williams. Catriona Renton is Co-Executive Producer. The Director is Niamh McKeown and the Producer is Brian Coffey. The BBC Commissioning Editors are Emma Lawson and Gavin Smith.