‘Ten Percent’ will be the English-language version of Call My Agent! It will be released through Prime, AMC+, and Sundance.
About ‘Ten Percent’
Those who like Call My Agent! on Netflix will enjoy Ten Percent. There will be an English language remake of Ten Percent that will be available on Prime Video this year. Dix Pour Cent, the French version’s original title, has been renamed Ten Percent, which is the standard cut taken by an agency on every acting assignment, according to a published article in AMC Networks.
Written by BAFTA-winning writer John Morton (Twenty Twelve, W1A), the comedy will feature a diverse cast that includes Jack Davenport, Lydia Leonard, Maggie Steed, and Jim Broadbent. Emma Corrin (The Crown), Helen Bonham Carter, David Harewood, Olivia Williams, and David Oyelowo are just some of the prominent personalities that will be making cameo appearances. Even former EastEnders cast members are expected to participate on the show.
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Release Date of ‘Ten Percent’
In a published article in What To Watch, ‘Ten Percent’ will be available on Prime Video in the UK and Sundance Now and AMC+ in the US starting on Thursday, April 28.
Plot of ‘Ten Percent’
In the vein of Call My Agent!, Ten Percent will tell the story of a prominent London talent agency and its team as they battle to keep their firm viable after the tragic death of its founder. They also have to deal with the complexities of their personal life outside of the workplace.. ‘British sensibility’ and ‘transatlantic industrial linkages’ will be examined in the British version, as well as the British class structure.