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Sky has commissioned Gone, a new production created and written by The Walking Dead's Lennie James and directed by Nick Murphy (Occupation, The Last Kingdom). James, who also wrote drama Storm Damage, stars in the series with Stephen Graham and Suranne Jones (Doctor Foster).
Story follows Nelson Rowe (James) – a man who likes a drink and whose days are bookended by his first can and his last pint.