Getting one star's enough for most TV shows, but ITV's latest drama has got three.
Announced today, their new eight part drama 'Broadchurch' will star David Tennant, Olivia Coleman and Vicky McClure and explore what it means to a small community when tragedy hits one of it's children.
Also boasting Will Mellor, Jodie Whittaker and Doctor Who's Arthur Davill, even at this earliest of stages, Broadchurch looks like one to watch.
The talent doesn't stop there though, with the show being written and created by fellow Doctor Who alumni Chris Chibnall. He said "Broadchurch focuses on a small British community which finds itself at the eye of a storm. In the wake of one boy’s death, the residents of Broadchurch come under scrutiny and suspicion".
"It’s a story of scale and intimacy, as the lives of the characters are laid bare" he added.
With ITV Drama's Laura Mackie saying that "It’s not a ‘whodunit’ or a traditional police drama", Broadchurch is looking very interesting indeed.
With filming down in Bristol and Dorset to start in mid-August, we should get a look at this drama come next year.