Vital Thrills has your exclusive first look at a new clip from BritBox original Time, starring Emmy Award winner Sean Bean and SAG Award winner Stephen Graham.
The clip features Graham’s character, Eric McNally, being threatened by an inmate. You can watch the Time clip by using the player below.
Premiering exclusively on BritBox in North America on August 17, the gripping prison drama was penned by BAFTA-winning screenwriter Jimmy McGovern and also stars SAG Award winner Siobhan Finneran.
In Time, Mark Cobden (Sean Bean, Game of Thrones) is a husband and father like any other, except that he’s responsible for the death of an innocent man.
Tortured by visions of his victim, Mark welcomes his four-year sentence as penance for his crime. However in this brutal environment, a former teacher is an easy target for the more ruthless residents.
Eric McNally (Stephen Graham, Boardwalk Empire) is a dedicated prison officer, doing his best to protect those in his charge. And in an understaffed prison that’s brimming with tension, the inmates’ safety rests on a knife-edge.
When a dangerous convict threatens to hurt someone Eric loves, this honest man faces an impossible choice. Unflinching but ultimately hopeful, Time asks urgent questions about the way penal systems work.
It’s a war study of punishment and penitence, and a compelling showcase of two of Britain’s best-loved actors.
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