Good Omens And There She Goes Nominated In The C21 International Drama Awards

The finalists for the annual C21 International Drama Awards have been announced and two of David Tennant’s projects are in the running. 
Good Omens is nominated in the Best English Language Drama Series whilst There She Goes is up for Best Comedy Drama Series.

The awards are voted for by the world’s leading scripted commissioners and buyers and the finalists reflect the prolific drama output over the past 12 months.

The winners will be announced at the International Drama Awards Ceremony between 6pm and 7pm on December 5 as part of Content London 2019.

The chairman of the judges, C21 editor-in-chief and managing director David Jenkinso said: “The C21 International Drama Awards are voted for by leading international buyers and commissioners, and as such really define the top shows on air around the world. The mix of finalists this year is testament to the amazing quality of shows being made on all continents and the continued dominance of the drama genre. We look forward to unveiling the winners at Content London this year.”

There She Goes follows the day to day life of a severely learning disabled girl Rosie (Miley Locke), her dad Simon (David Tennant), mum Emily (Jessica Hynes) and brother Ben (Edan Hayhurst). The series is based on the real life experiences of writer Shaun Pye, whose daughter was born with an extremely rare and, to date, undiagnosed chromosomal disorder. 
Series one of There She Goes, which debuted on BBC Four, last year chronicled the dual timeline of Rosie as a newborn and age nine. The new series, which will see the show move to BBC Two, is set around 18 months on and will focus on Rosie at the ages of three and 11.
A second series will air on BBC Two in 2020. 

Good Omens sees David Tennant star as fast-living demon Crowley opposite Michael Sheen as fussy angel Aziraphale in the six-part series which was adapted from the beloved book by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett. It was produced by Neil Gaiman and directed by Douglas Mackinnon.
Set in 'a nostalgic present' Good Omens sees the Earth hurtling towards the Apocalypse, with the forces of Heaven and Hell massing for the final battle. However, an angel and a demon who have dwelt among humanity since The Beginning are determined that they won't give up their comfortable existance and form an alliance to stop the world ending. Their plan is to destroy the Antichrist...if only they han't mislaid him.
The series also stars Jon Hamm, Miranda Richardson, Adria Arjona, Jack Whitehall, Nina Sonanya, Michael McKean and Josie Lawrence.
It’s streaming now exclusively on Amazon Prime and can be bought on DVD and Blu-ray. It will be shown on BBC Two from February 2020.