Dinosaur is the Latest Comedy Series from Two Brothers Pictures

Dinosaur is the Latest Comedy Series from Two Brothers Pictures
First look images of Dinosaur, the latest comedy series from Two Brothers Pictures, the creative minds behind Fleabag and the acclaimed thriller The Tourist, have been unveiled.

The six-part series, conceived by Matilda Curtis and Ashley Storrie, was both filmed and set in Glasgow. It is scheduled to premiere on Hulu in the US on April 5th and on BBC Scotland, BBC iPlayer, and BBC Three in the UK next month. Global distribution for the series is being handled by All3Media International.

Dinosaur centers around Nina (Ashley Storrie), a woman in her 30s on the autism spectrum, who cherishes her life with her sister and best friend, Evie. However, when Evie hastily gets engaged after just six weeks and appoints Nina as her maid of honor, Nina is taken aback. Confronted with her sister's impulsive decision, Nina grapples with the implications of this new challenge.

As Nina navigates her evolving relationship with her sister, she also explores new opportunities in her career in paleontology and a potential romance with the kind-hearted Lee, who helps Nina approach these challenges with a positive outlook. Their blossoming relationship reveals that Nina's influence on Lee is as profound as his impact on her.

Dinosaur is a coming-of-age series that delves into the transformative moments we experience in our various relationships, including sisterhood, friendship, and romance. Ashley Storrie stars alongside Kat Ronney (known for "The Royal Mob") as Evie. They are supported by David Carlyle ("It’s A Sin") as Bo, Lorn Macdonald ("BEATS," "Bridgerton") as Lee, and Danny Ashok ("Roadkill," "Capital") as Ranesh.

The supporting cast includes Greg Hemphill ("Still Game") as Ade, Sabrina Sandhu ("Dodger," "The Syndicate") as Amber, Ben Rufus Green ("The Cockfields") as Shane, Jim Kitson ("Land of Women") as Declan, Sally Howitt ("River City") as Diane, Kate Dickie ("Game of Thrones," "Inside Man") as Cecily, and Sanjeev Kohli ("Still Game") as Sachin.

"Dinosaur" (6 episodes x 30 minutes) is produced by Two Brothers Pictures for Hulu (US) and BBC Scotland, BBC iPlayer, and BBC Three (UK) in collaboration with All3Media International.

The series was commissioned by Jon Petrie, Director of BBC Comedy, and Louise Thornton, Head of Commissioning for BBC Scotland, based on an original idea by Matilda Curtis.

Executive Producers include Sarah Hammond, Katie Churchill, Harry Williams, and Jack Williams, with Catriona Renton as Co-Executive Producer. Niamh McKeown serves as Director, and Brian Coffey as Producer. Emma Lawson and Gavin Smith are the BBC Commissioning Editors.