Doctor who actress Catherine Tate has gotten her own Netflix series.
British comedy artist, best known in the UK for her sketch series. The Catherine Tate Show, has created a six-part mockumentary about the women’s prison Hard cell for Netflix.
Here’s the logline: “Tate plays various characters as a documentary crew follows HMP Woldsley inmates and staff capturing the penal system at its brutal and humorous best.”
Hard cell is produced by Leopard Pictures, backed by Argonon, who is behind Mackenzie Crook’s BBC show Worzel Gummidge.
Executive Producer Kristian Smith said: “We can’t wait to show audiences on Netflix the inside of HMP Woldsley, our fictional prison occupied by the fantastic creations of Catherine Tate. This series is funny and moving at the same time, revealing what life in a British women’s prison could be like. “