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Filming on the new Waller Bridge series is scheduled to begin before the end of the year

A new series by Phoebe Waller-Bridge for Amazon Prime will begin filming later this year.

Actress and screenwriter Waller-Bridge, 36, wrote and starred in the Emmy Award-winning comedy series Fleabag.

She was also executive producer of the BBC black comedy series Killing Eve and co-wrote the latest Bond film No Time To Die.

In 2019, Waller-Bridge signed a deal with Amazon Studios to create and produce new television content exclusively for Amazon Prime Video.

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Waller-Bridge won a Bafta for Best Female Performance in a Comedy Program for her role in Fleabag (Ian West/PA)

The upcoming series will be the first since the signing.

At the time of the signing, Waller-Bridge said, “I am incredibly excited to continue my relationship with Amazon.

“Working with the Fleabag team was the creative partnership that dreams are made of.

“It really feels like home. I can’t wait to get started.”

The deal is said to be worth around US$20million (£16million) a year, according to Variety, while online news site Deadline suggests the deal is worth eight figures for a three-year deal.

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Details of the latest project are being kept under wraps and the genre of the new series is not yet known.

But Amazon has confirmed reports that a new Waller-Bridge show is on the way.

https://www.independent.ie/entertainment/filming-on-new-waller-bridge-series-to-start-before-end-of-year-41408998.html Filming on the new Waller Bridge series is scheduled to begin before the end of the year

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