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|Founded||25 October 2011|
|Founders||Harry Williams, Jack Williams|
|Harry Williams, Jack Williams|
Two Brothers Pictures is a London-based British television production company founded in 2014 by brothers, Harry Williams and Jack Williams.Harry and Jack launched the company with the BBC One series The Missing . The show was nominated for 2 Golden Globe Awards, 4 BAFTAs and 2 Emmys as well as winning two Nymph d'Ors, Bulldog and BPG awards. The Missing returned in 2016 for a second series airing on BBC One and Starz.
2016 also saw Two Brothers Pictures launch their comedy Fleabag on BBC Three and Amazon written by and starring Phoebe Waller-Bridge. Fleabag's first series received numerous awards, including; BAFTA TV (Female Performance in a Comedy), [ citation needed ]Televisual (Best Comedy), Writers Guild of Great Britain (Best TV Sitcom), RTS (Best Breakthrough, Best Comedy Writer), Chortle (Best TV Comedy), BPG (Best Writer), Broadcast (Best Multichannel, Best Original Programme) and NME (Best TV Series) as well as receiving more nominations for Golden Nymphs, BAFTA Craft, C21, BPG, Critics Choice, Broadcast Digital, Rockie Awards, Broadcast, Televisual, British Film Designers Guild, RTS Craft and BAFTA Craft
Programmes include Liar, conspiracy thriller Strangers (originally titled White Dragon), Cheat and The Widow for ITV, and Rellik and Baptiste for BBC One.
Two Brothers Pictures joined the All3Media Group in 2017.
|2014–2016||The Missing||BBC One / Starz|
|2016–2019||Fleabag||BBC Three / Amazon Video|
|2016||One of Us||BBC One|
|Urban Myths: Cary Grant and Timothy Leary||Sky Arts|
|2018||Strangers||ITV / Amazon Video|
|2019||The Widow||ITV / Amazon Video|
|2019–present||Back to Life||BBC Three|
|2021||Angela Black||ITV / Spectrum|
|The Tourist||BBC One / Stan|
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