A NEW, upcoming television series has finished filming scenes at the grounds of Plas Teg near Mold.

Film crews for The Feed, which is set to hit our screens sometime this year, were packing away from the Grade I listed Jacobean house on Thursday, after filming there over the Christmas period.

The sci-fi drama series is set to centre around Lawrence Hatfield, played by the Harry Potter star David Thewlis, who invents a brain implant that allows people to share thoughts, memories, and emotions.

Former Game of Thrones and Suits actress, Michelle Fairley, will star alongside Thewlis in her role as Meredith Hatfield, while Nina Toussaint-White (Kate Hatfield), and Guy Burnet (Tom Hatfield) will also feature in all ten episodes of the first season.

The high-budget series, which is costing an estimated £29m to produce, is based on the critically acclaimed novel of the same name by Nick Clark Windo.

Virgin Media are partnering with Amazon to co-fund The Feed, which is being adapted and produced by Channing Powell - one of the writers from the hit TV show, The Walking Dead.

The deal gives Virgin Media, and its parent company Liberty Global, the exclusive rights to the show in the UK and ten other European markets. Amazon, meanwhile, will feature The Feed as part of its Prime Video service in the US, Canada, Latin America, and the Caribbean.

Despite the series being set in London, some filming has also taken place at one of the largest private houses in Europe, Wentworth Woodhouse, near Rotherham, Yorkshire.