Cameron Roach Takes Anne Mensah’s Old Job at Sky as Head of Drama

  • The Wrap
Cameron Roach has been named Sky’s director of drama and head of Sky Studios. On Tuesday, the executive taking Anne Mensah’s old post unveiled his first two original commissions: “Little Birds” for Sky Atlantic and “Intergalactic” for Sky One.

Starring Juno Temple, “Little Birds” is a playful and intensely evocative adaptation of Anais Nin’s infamous collection of erotic short stories, per Sky, written by Sophia Al-Maria and directed by Stacie Passon.

“Intergalactic” is an action-packed sci-fi drama, set in the 23rd century. Written by Julie Gearey, it follows a crew of fierce female convicts who break free and go on the run, heading … intergalactic, Sky wrote in a media release.

Also Read: Anne Mensah Exits as Sky Drama Chief to Join Netflix

Roach has been Sky’s acting head of drama since November, when Mensah left for Netflix. The former teammates worked together on “Tin Star,” “Britannia,
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