NEW SIGNING: BREAKING BAD DIRECTOR TERRY MCDONOUGH

Dark Energy are delighted to be able to officially announce the signing of multi award winning drama Director the Terry McDonough to it's roster.  

Terry is a multi award winning British television director, best known for being the key series director on Jimmy McGovern's The Street and for lead directing American TV series' such as cult hit Breaking Bad, Eleventh Hour, The Gates, No Ordinary Family, Criminal Minds and Suits.  Terry has completed his latest drama "The Expanse" and is NOW AVAILABLE for commercials.

In 2013 he directed the much anticipated and BAFTA nominated Mark Gatiss BBC drama An Adventure in Space and Time, set in 1963 telling the story of the creation of the iconic british television series Doctor Who.  This year he has directed the NBC Pirate period drama “Crossbones” about Blackbeard starring John Malkovich along with "Halt and Catch Fire" loosely based on the life of Steve Jobs.

CROSSBONES (NBC TRAILER)

Well decorated for his work, he has won two Emmy’s, two BAFTA’s and two RTS awards for Jimmy McGovern's BBC drama ‘The Street’ . He also won another RTS award for drama TV film ‘Instinct’ (2007) written by Lizzie Mickery. This summer Terry directed “Better Call Saul” the much anticipated spin off of Breaking Bad. The character of Saul was cast by Terry after seeing the actor Bob Odenkirk on Saturday Night Live. Terry has just completed shooting a feature length pilot for the Syfy channel - their biggest project ever with a budget of $98m - The Expanse is based on the novels by James S A Corey.

THE STREET (TRAILER)

As well as directing key episodes of TV cult hit Breaking Bad, Terry has been chosen to direct the key initial episodes to spin-off Better Call Saul, a comedy-drama focusing on the life of small-time lawyer Saul Goodman six years before the events of Breaking Bad. Events during and after the original series of Breaking Bad will also be explored.  Terry was the one who actually casted Bob Odenkirk in the role of Saul Goodman.

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