Maisie Williams turns to comedy after Game of Thrones

Lawrence Kim
June 27, 2019

Two Weeks To Live revolves around "a young misfit who lives a secluded country life".

Williams will play a woman named Kim who was raised by her single mother in a rural environment and taught freakish survival techniques following the death of her father under suspicious circumstances, according to a release. Williams is set to star in Sky TV's latest original, "Two Weeks to Live", the United Kingdom -based network announced Wednesday. Yep, Deadline has it that Noakes ends up on the run from both a murderous gangster and the cops with a big ol' bag of stolen $$$, with just her carefully cultivated survival instincts to rely on.

After featuring in the iconic show Game of Thrones, Maisie has now signed a new project and the same is a six-part comedy series which is currently titled as Two Weeks to Live.

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Sky's Director of Comedy, Jon Mountague bragged that the series is "to die for".

"I think Two Weeks to Live has really great potential and I want to make something incredible with this wonderful team!" she added. It will be produced by Phil Temple and will start filming later this year. "Bold, British and very, very original". Endemol Shine International will handle its distribution and it is expected to air on Sky One and in the streaming service Now TV.

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