Maisie Williams will be returning to the small screen soon for her first TV role since 'Game of Thrones'. The upcoming project is a Sky Original comedy series called 'Two Weeks To Live'.
Williams will lead the cast as a young misfit called Kim Noakes who lives a secluded country life. However, when an unlikely prank goes wrong, Kim finds herself on the run from a murderous gangster and the police with a massive bag of stolen cash. She soon finds herself relying on the survival techniques she picked up from her upbringing to get her through. Surelook, isn't that just a modern-day 'Game of Thrones'?
Sky have just released the first images of Maisie in her new role, and she kind of does look a bit like a present-day Arya Stark.
The six-part series will be produced by 'The Tunnel' and 'Humans' outfit Kudos and written by Gaby Hull ('Cheat').
Williams previously said of her new role, "Looking forward to getting into something new, I think 'Two Weeks To Live' has really great potential and I want to make something incredible with this wonderful team!"
Alongside Maisie, cast members include 'Fleabag''s Sian Clifford (Tina), 'Sex Education' co-writer Mawaan Rizwan (Nicky), 'The Bay''s Taheen Modak (Jay), Kerry Howard (Beth) from 'Him & Her', 'Hobbs & Shaw' star Thalissa Teixeira (Thompson) and 'Pennyworth' actor Jason Flemyng (Brooks).
'Two Weeks To Live' will air on Sky One and streaming service NOW TV in Ireland and the UK next year.