Continue reading to learn how you can align your brand with this heartwarming PBS drama series, or take a look at additional programs in the PBS Drama sponsorship package. The Trouble with Maggie Cole will air on Wednesday, March 4 on ITV and ITV hub. Tweeting to her 329,000 followers, the comedian shared two picturesque snaps with the caption "Filming in Devon and Cornwall is bleddy AWFUL #glasshouses". Now Playing: The Trouble with Maggie Cole, Notable Video Game Releases: New and Upcoming. explains more about how we use your data, and your rights. Another said: "I was only thinking the other day I have no seen Dawn on TV for ages and here she is. You can unsubscribe at any time. Our website uses cookies, web beacons and JavaScript to help us understand how people use and browse our website so that we can give you the best experience possible and keep our online adverts relevant. 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Please enter your birth date to watch this video: You are not allowed to view this material at this time. The Trouble with Maggie Cole will start airing in March on ITV. The Trouble With Maggie Cole is set in a picturesque small coastal town called Thurlbury with a close-knit community and follows the stories and fall out for Maggie Cole who doesn’t pay attention to the cautionary adage that ‘those in glass houses shouldn’t throw stones’. Expedition: Unpacked With Steve Backshall. No user score yet- Be the first to review! All Rights Reserved. Dawn, who went to school in Plymouth, plays the role of Maggie Cole - a village busybody who doesn’t pay attention to the cautionary adage that ‘those in glass houses shouldn’t throw stones’. The Cornwall-based actress will play Maggie Cole - a central character in town who makes it her business to know a bit about everyone’s lives. The official synopsis reads: "When a radio journalist interviews Maggie Cole about local life and the history of Thurlbury, she gossips and embellishes stories about … 3 explains more about how we use your data, and your rights. Maggie has been happily married to headmaster Peter (played by Mark Heap) for nearly 40 years, and their son Jamie and his wife Becka live nearby. Let me at it!". It follows the stories and fall out for Maggie Cole, played by French, who doesn't pay attention to the cautionary adage that 'those in glass houses shouldn't throw stones'. Fans were quick to respond to her sarcasm and acknowledge that her beautiful surroundings were in fact Burgh Island and Launceston Castle. I agree to my personal data being stored and used for distribution of the TVWise newsletter. Since the release of the trailer on Wednesday, fans have took to social media to express their excitement. The executive producers are Sophie Clarke-Jervoise, Dawn French and Mark Brotherhood. The new six-part series, set in south Devon, was announced last year and will star a number of familiar faces. Here is everything you need to know about the series - including when it will be on and who else will be in it. When Maggie’s interview is played in full, all of the guarded secrets, indiscretions and gossip changes life in Thurlbury forever. She also played Princess Anne in The Windsors. The Trouble With Maggie Cole, which previously had the working title of 'Glass Houses', will air on ITV in the coming weeks. ", Sophie Clarke-Jervoise, Genial Production’s managing director and executive producer said: "We’re delighted to be making Glass Houses for ITV – it’s a cautionary tale for anyone wanting to gain popularity by passing on unfounded gossip and Mark Brotherhood’s scripts are packed full of intrigue, comedy and suspense.". Let me at it!". The drama series, which was created by Mark Brotherhood, is being produced by Genial Productions and stars Dawn French (The Vicar Of Dibley, Delicious) as Maggie Cole, Julie Hesmondhalgh (Happy Valley, Broadchurch) as Maggie’s best friend Jill, Mark Heap (Upstart Crow, The Midnight Gang) as Maggie’s husband Peter, Vicki Pepperdine (Getting On, Sally4Ever) as school secretary Karen, and Patrick Robinson (Him, Mount Pleasant) as novelist Marcus. Starring Vicar Of Dibley legend Dawn French, the show's cast also includes Corrie's Julie Hesmondhalgh, Vicki Pepperdine from The Windsors, and Casualty star Patrick Robinson. "It’s such a good story with a fantastic funny, touching script by Mark Brotherhood. When a radio journalist interviews Maggie Cole about local life and the history of Thurlbury, she gossips and embellishes stories about some of the community’s most noble residents. Also part-time resident is the handsome Marcus (played by Patrick Robinson), who rents a cottage to write his best-selling novels. Other notable residents include Maggie’s best friend Jill (played by Julie Hesmondhalgh), Brian the publican, school secretary Karen (played by Vicki Pepperdine), the town’s GP Carol and Kelly who works in the hair salon. The Trouble with Maggie Cole - a new Dawn French ITV drama that was filmed in Devon and Cornwall - will soon be on TV. The Trouble with Maggie Cole is set in a picturesque small coastal town called Thurlbury with a close-knit community. In the days and weeks following the show’s broadcast, Maggie sees the butterfly effect of how her very public gossip-fest affects various figures around the town and disrupts their lives. ITV has recently took to social media to tease excited viewers with the trailer. The Trouble with Maggie Cole is on ITV, tonight at 9pm Microsoft may earn an Affiliate Commission if you purchase something through recommended links in this article Join the conversation Dawn French said: "Sophie and I have been developing Glass Houses for some time and I can’t wait to finally get started in front of the camera.