‘You really get hooked’: Catherine Tyldesley teases details about ‘intriguing’ drama Viewpoint while performing on The One Show
Catherine Tyldesley teased details about the ‘intriguing’ new drama series Viewpoint during the Wednesday edition of The One Show.
The actress, 37, who plays Kate Tuckman on the police show, insisted that the project will definitely get viewers ‘hooked’ over the investigation into the missing elementary school teacher, Gemma Hillman (Amy Wren).
An excited Catherine said: ‘Noel Clarke is leading this and when they set up surveillance they are pretty sure to keep an eye on their prime suspect, but they soon realize that across this street everyone has their own little secrets and dirty laundry has.
Exciting Times Are Coming: Catherine Tyldesley Teased Details About ‘Intriguing’ New Drama Series Viewpoint During The Wednesday Edition of The One Show
‘I can’t possibly say, what I hope will attract people is that you’re thinking,’ I don’t think I’m going to watch this. ‘ ‘
‘You know when you’re walking the streets and your neighbors have their lights on, and you’re a little curious, that’s the way it is! You really get a grip on it. ‘
Viewpoint, one of the ITV’s first post-lockdown series, recently saw production suspended after a positive coronavirus test on set.
Upcoming role: the actress, 37, plays Kate Tuckman on the police show – airing on ITV starting next Monday
On the edge of our seats: The former soap star said the project will certainly get viewers ‘hooked’ over the investigation into the missing elementary school teacher, Gemma Hillman (Amy Wren)
Story: Led by Fleabag director Harry Bradbeer, the program follows a tense police investigation into a tight-knit community in Manchester
Staying Busy: This is just one of the new TV projects Catherine has been involved in since retiring from her role as Eva Price on Coronation Street in 2018
‘It’s a shock’: Elsewhere in her chat, the former soap star shared how she feels about easing coronavirus restrictions
But things quickly returned to normal thanks to safety protocols in place with the stars back on set and filming this week.
Led by Fleabag director Harry Bradbeer, the program follows a tense police investigation into a tight-knit community in Manchester.
Noel will take on the role of surveillance detective DC Martin King as he investigates Gemma’s disappearance in the series, which will be released next Monday.
This is just one of the new TV projects Catherine has been involved in since she retired from her role as Eva Price on Coronation Street in 2018.
Getting the attention: The media personality nailed business chic in a pale blazer for her TV interview
Second outfit: Later in the evening, the thespian switched into a red polka-dot dress and denim jacket
Things are changing: the Corrie legend kept her smarter outfit in a neat bag, while opting for comfort in white sneakers
Elsewhere in her chat, the former soap star shared how she feels about easing restrictions on the coronavirus, having previously remained ‘worried’ about the nationwide lockdowns.
The mum-of-one said, ‘Just walking our shopping street, it was so nice to see everyone having a good time, but it was a bit of a shock nonetheless.
‘We have been working on it for so long and so many people are struggling with it. We’ve had a Zoom life for a year now, I now see ring lights in my sleep! ‘
On her way to her next destination, the brunette smiled broadly as she went home by taxi