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December 3, 2021
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Daily Demand (Last 7 days)
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Travelability

100%
Market Travelability
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Taboo’s
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Average Demand for Taboo is 0.0 times the demand for the average show in Worldwide in the Last 7 days.
Below Avg
24.5%
Average
64.1%
Good
8.6%
Outstanding
2.7%
Exceptional
0.2%
Peak Demand
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Average Demand
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Taboo ranks at the 0.00th percentile in the genre. This means Taboo has higher demand than all other titles in Worldwide
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About this title

Storyline

Adventurer James Keziah Delaney, long believed to be dead, returns home to London from Africa in 1814 in order to inherit his late father's shipping empire. All is not what it seems, however, as Delaney encounters numerous enemies intent on making his life back in the United Kingdom very difficult. Focused on building a shipping empire to rival the imperious East India Company, Delaney's other wish to seek vengeance for his father's death means conspiracy, betrayal and bloodshed are also in the cards. As he works to accomplish that, Delaney must also navigate increasingly complex territories in order to avoid his own death sentence.

Official Sites: Official IMDb, Official Facebook |  See more »

Country: United Kingdom

Type: Scripted

Status: Current

Language: English

Release Date: January 7, 2017

Also Known As: 死亡禁忌, Табу |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (MA15+), Brazil (16) |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

east india company
london, england
enemy
africa

Company Credits

Production Co: Hardy, Son & Baker, Scott Free Productions

Cast

Brian Nickels
as Luis
Paul Bigley
as Delf
Edward Hogg
as Godfrey
Morgan Walters
as Gaoler
Anthony Kaye
as African Man
Larrington Walker
as Street Beggar
Jamie B. Chambers
as Prince Barry
Neil Ashton
as Driver
Christopher Fairbank
as Ibbotson
Violet Verigo
as Elizabeth
Oona Castilla Chaplin
Tim Plester
as Passerby 1
Richard Syms
as Priest
Jessie Buckley
as Lorna Bow
Evelyn Van Marle
as Mudlark Girl
Sarah Thom
as Stage Maid
Richard Cant
as Magician
Ian Conningham
as Officer Dragoon Guards
Rob Parker
as Cole
Dudley Rogers
as Old Man
Henry Pettigrew
as Commanding Militia Officer
Tallulah Haddon
as Pearl
David Houston
as Ship's Captain
John Barr
as Priest
Edward Fox
as Horace Delaney
Jordan Long
as Walsall
Andrew Greenough
as Mace
Jonathan Milshaw
as Footman
Lachlan Moyle
as East India Company Director
Tom Godwin
as Surgeon
Pearl Appleby
as Nerissa
Eleanor Hafner
as Bluestocking
Daniel Tuite
as Palace Servant
James Oliver Wheatley
as Tower Guard
Shaun Hume
as British Soldier
Raj Ghatak
as Musgrove's Butler
Roy Martin Thorn
as Blacksmith
Clare Foster
as Maria
Gintare Beinoraviciute
as Guest
Scroobius Pip
as French Bill
Danny Ligairi
as Martinez
Richard Katz
as Priest
Jamie de Courcey
as Palace Servant
Adam Lazarus
as Blacksmith
Ruby-May Martinwood
as Winter
Oliver Powell
as Hope
The Hanover Band
as Concert Musicians
Tom Durant Pritchard
as EIC Officer
Jason Watkins
as Solomon Coop
Jak Ford-Lane
as Junior Clerk
Tim Charles
as Butler
Janette Sharpe
as Helga's Girl
Roger Ashton-Griffiths
as Appleby
Matthew Marsh
as Exorcist
Martyn Mayger
as Gent at Theatre/Passerby
Sophie Ablett
as Nurse
Mark Gatiss
as Prince Regent
Vinita Sharma
as Street Food Seller
Danielle Kingston
as Funeral and Wake Attendee
Peter Yapp
as Old Man
Shane Griffin
as Molly
Marina Hands
as Countess Musgrove
Francesca Papagno
as Helga's Girl
Stephen Graham
as Atticus
Gareth Snook
as Compere
Lucian Msamati
as George Chichester
Elizabeth Conboy
as Lady Littlewood
Tom Hollander
as Cholmondeley
Jonathan Pryce
as Sir Stuart Strange
Robert Morgan
as Gent
Lewin Lloyd
as Temple
Andy Gillies
as Mr. Arrow
Terry Wood
as Oyster Seller
Sam Parks
as Audience Member
Gabrielle Downey
as Gypsy Woman
Tamara Sharpe
as Helga's Girl
Barney White
as EIC Soldier
Michael Kelly
as Dumbarton
Philip Philmar
as Auctioneer
Tom Hardy
as James Keziah Delaney
Susan Kyd
as Lady Hamilton
Jason Grangier
as Boat Salesman
Jo Cameron Brown
as Old Lady
Marco De Marlo
as Molly
Richard Dixon
as Pettifer
Martin Wimbush
as Funeral Caller
Frederick Schmidt
as Pursuer
Ben Moor
as Thoyt's Assistant
David Hayman
as Brace
Nicholas Blane
as Duke of Richmond
Alfie Mackay
as Mudlark Boy
Louis Ashbourne Serkis
as Robert
Albert Welling
as Count Musgrove
Phil Hodges
as Drunk
Oona Chaplin
as Zilpha Geary
Jefferson Hall
as Thorne Geary
Anton Alexander
as Code Duello
Nick Harris
as EIC Spy
Sophie Karl
as Featured Pheasant Handler
Franka Potente
as Helga
Donovan Louie
as The Malay
Leo Bill
as Wilton
David Nellist
as Thomas Brooke Esq.
James Greaves
as Strange's Clerk
John McManus
as Molly
Fiona Skinner
as Brighton
Gary Douglas
as Butcher
Helen Monks
as Zilpha's Maid
Nicholas Woodeson
as Robert Thoyt
Alex Ferns
as Hall
Richard Teverson
as Doctor
Michael Shaeffer
as Dr. Powell
Ruth Emily Plaxton
as Featured Dancer/Party Guest

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2017 | 8 Episodes

Season 2

Media

All

Awards

Awards & NominationsSee more »

British Film Designers Guild Awards 2017

Winner

British Film Designers Guild Awards

Best Production Design: Independent TV Drama Including Mini Series, TV Drama, or Limited Series

British Society of Cinematographers 2017

Winner

British Society of Cinematographers

Winner

British Society of Cinematographers

Best Cinematography in a Television Drama

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