Drama on BBC Three exists in a very competitive digital landscape and therefore has to be at its most original and imaginative to attract the 16-34 audience. Being Human, Lip Service and In the Flesh have all brought distinctive and full-flavoured narrative to this audience.
Drama opportunities are limited on BBC Three, with funding for a maximum of two series and they must have the potential to grab attention and make an impact. Concept and high concept pieces have been successful on the channel although we are happy to look at other ideas.
For online and Red Button content ideas for Drama please visit the service strategy page for BBC iPlayer, Red Button and programme pages.
Being Human: BBC Three's award winning and critically-acclaimed drama has returned for a fifth and final series.
In the Flesh: A promising start for this new series. Set after a zombie uprising, treated zombies are rehabilitated back into society.
We aim for returnable series on BBC Three like Being Human and In the Flesh.
Tariff range: Drama slots on BBC Three are targeted between £375k - £490k per hour.
There are slots available within the in-house guarantee and the WoCC for 2013/2014 and 2014/15.
If you would like to know more about Zai Bennett's BBC Three channel strategy, please visit the BBC Three page.
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