New Blood is British Drama TV series. Created by Anthony Horowitz. Produced by Eleventh Hour Films. Stars: Mark Strepan, Ben Tavassoli, Mark Addy. It first aired on Jun 09, 2016, on BBC One. IMDb's user rating for the series is 7.4 *.
How Many Seasons Of New Blood Were Made: 1 (7 episodes)
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Season premieres on June 9, 2016
Finale: July 21, 2016
BBC One, 7 episodes
New Blood is on BBC One (United Kingdom) Thursdays at 6 pm
Season 1 Episode 7 (Case 3, Part 2) - Air Date: Jul 21, 2016 (3 years ago)
American Heart Month: New Blood Pressure Guidelines - WVXU - according to Wvxu
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ABC's Rookie Preview Highlights Nathan Fillion's "New Blood" Cop - Bleeding Cool News - by Bleedingcool
“This is the first time that I ever signed on to a project before there was a script. I had all the elements of a recipe for success. I’ve worked with Alexi Hawley before and I really enjoyed that. Mark Gordon’s resume speaks for himself and sitting down with the man and starting to get an understanding of who he is and the type of work environment he promotes is something I can get behind.”
Will New Blood Finally Break the BBC Curse? - Cultured Vultures - per Culturedvultures
The characters make the show because Horowitz made them real to us. I doubt anyone old enough to watch the show hasn’t experienced the issues Stefan and Rash face- financial problems (especially the rent, as I myself know all too well), struggling to make a move up the ladder at work- the shows inclusion of these day-to-day struggles makes it more fun to watch as we become more empathetic with the characters.
Three Wood Pencils for India at D&AD 2018 New Blood Awards - per Bestmediainfo
One Black Pencil was awarded this year, to #DearMrHousingMinister in response to the Nationwide and Shelter brief. Naomi Taylor from the School of Communication Arts 2.0 impressed the judges with her work, which was described as ‘a powerful, emotive and relevant piece grounded in humanity and hardship’. The judges further commented that her ‘spine-chillingly apt account of the housing crisis’ should be the level that future professional D&AD entries should be measured against. Naomi will certainly be one to watch.