If there’s one thing we love, it’s a good crime drama.

That means we’re very excited to see Channel 4 have released a first-look image from their new series Screw which was filmed in Glasgow's Kelvin Hall earlier this year.

Produced by STV Studios, the new series centres around the staff at a busy men's prison which is ‘bursting at the seams with humour, emotional high stakes and danger for prisoners and officers alike.’

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A stellar cast includes Jamie-Lee O’Donnell of Derry Girls fame, Line of Duty actor Faraz Ayub and Nina Sosanya who has starred in His Dark Materials and Killing Eve.

An ambitious three-storey prison set was built inside Kelvin Hall for the filming of the drama in May making Screw one of the first series to use the space ahead of plans to create a £11.9m TV and film studio.

It is hoped that the development of the new studio will transform the historic building into a 'creative hub' right in the heart of Glasgow.

Sarah Brown, creative director of Drama for STV Studios, previously said: "We are incredibly lucky to have secured the perfect home for our new production in Glasgow’s iconic Kelvin Hall.

"Not only does it provide the vast space we need for our three-storey prison set; but its situation right in the heart of the city’s west end made it both a convenient and thoroughly enjoyable place for our team to work." 

Screw will be available to watch on Channel 4 and All 4 in early 2022.