New to SoHo in November

HBO’s newest drama series Industry will screen exclusively on SoHo from November 12 (8.30 Thursdays).

It follows a group of young graduates competing for a limited set of permanent positions at a top investment bank in London.

But the boundaries between colleague, friend, lover, and enemy soon blur as they immerse themselves in a company culture defined as much by sex, drugs and ego as it is by deals and dividends. As members of the group rise and fall, they must decide whether life is about more than the bottom line.

The series was inspired by the international finance experiences of writers Konrad Kay and Mickey Down.

They are among the executive producers, along with Girls’ Lena Dunham.

David Jonsson (Deep State), Nabhaan Rizwan (Informer), Marisa Abela (COBRA), Harry Lawtey (Marcella), Freya Mavor (The ABC Murders), Will Tudor (Game of Thrones) and Myha’la Herrold (Modern Love) star.

“Most finance dramas are dealing with adults who are 30 and it’s all about the money,” Herrold told Entertainment Weekly. “But this show isn’t really about finance.

“It’s about these young people trying to figure out who they are and all these strange, incredibly personal relationships that they form with each other in this dangerous, intimidating environment.”

Also new next month will be the HBO true-crime documentary series Murder on Middle Beach (8.30 Mondays from November 16), in which director Madison Hamburg returns home to Madison, Connecticut, to investigate the brutal, unsolved murder of his mother, the nefarious activities leading to her death and questions that remain unanswered.

Returning for new seasons will be His Dark Materials (9.30 Tuesdays from November 17), Fear the Walking Dead (9.30 Sundays from November 1) and Riviera (9.30 Thursdays from November 26).

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